January 30, 2015
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The Wertz Warriors arrive at Town & Country …
ALGER — The Wertz Warriors are mounting their snowmobiles and departing on their annual fundraising ride around Michigan Feb. 1, taking off from Narski’s Meat Market in Alger at 9:15 a.m. and ultimately ending in Petoskey Feb. 7. more
LANSING — Amber Alert, a public warning system that is used to seek help and alert the public of high-priority child abduction cases, will now alert the public through Facebook, according to Michigan State Police officials. more
Alex Zawacki of Bentley decides to sample Mary …
Standish-Sterling Community Schools staff members were serving up homemade soup and chili Jan. 29, and a large crowd turned out at the Deep River Township Hall to sample many of the recipes. more
The city of Au Gres is expected to see plenty of …
Au GRES – Rather than complaining about the winter chills, the Au Gres area is embracing the season Jan. 31 during the Au Gres Polar Splash, which will run concurrent with snowmobile races on the Saginaw Bay. more
Quilts of many colors and designs are available …
STANDISH — Colorful, intricate quilts created by people of all ages throughout the region will be hung in the Northeast Art Center for viewing Jan. 31-Feb. 1. more
PRESCOTT — Hunters will soon be unleashed across Michigan in a 48-hour mad dash to call and kill as many predators as possible during the third annual statewide game calling competition. more
World War II veteran Eugene Bukowski is presented …
STANDISH — World War II veteran Eugene Bukowski was presented with a Lean on Me cane from the Arenac-Bay Carvers Club at the Free Methodist Church in Standish Jan. 27. more
The 2015 spring turkey season in Michigan lasts …
MICHIGAN — Michigan hunters looking to increase their chances at bagging a turkey this spring have until Feb. 1 to apply for their spring turkey hunting license. more
A grave marker discovered at a vacant Flint …
STANDISH — A grave marker bearing the name Nora Little discovered at an abandoned Flint property is believed to be a duplicate stone, according to Little’s granddaughter, Shirley Eidson of Prescott. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — No charges were changed in the case against John Thomas Curcio II of Alger during a status conference in Arenac County’s 81st District Court Jan. 26. Curcio, 56, faces six counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count each of kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment. more
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