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Veterans lead the parade across US-23 in 2016.
STANDISH — This year’s Loyalty Day parade scheduled for April 29 will be held entirely east on US-23 and wind through city streets in Standish. more
PINCONNING — The Saginaw Bay chapter of Ducks Unlimited is holding its annual banquet March 24 at the Pinconning Knights of Columbus Hall, and those who would like to attend only have a few more days to get their tickets. more
Karsten Czymbor, 8, Ariel Johnson, 9, and Sarah …
Au Gres-Sims Elementary hosted students and their families for a literacy night March 16 in honor of March is Reading Month. more
STANDISH — A defendant involved in a group of Arenac County Jail inmates and conspirators alleged to have used newspaper sticker ads and stamps to bring the drug suboxone into the jail was sentenced March 15. more
STANDISH — A classic tale from the “One Thousand and One Nights” collection of stories will be told via a puppet show March 18 at the Northeast Art Center in Standish. more
The National Weather Service is hosting a free training seminar Tuesday for residents to learn about weather patterns and become official Skywarn spotters. more
Kitten awaits adoption at the Arenac County …
Arenac County Animal Control is receiving a $10,000 grant to cover stray animal care expenses after the board of commissioners passed a motion to approve the grant Feb. 28. more
Charlene Cousins of Sterling looks at items being …
St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital’s Skilled Nursing Facility will be hosting the 2017 spring bazaar featuring hand-crafted items for sale Friday, March 10. more
The vehicle, a pickup truck, is left in shambles …
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP — A Sterling man was killed in a single-vehicle accident that occurred in Richland Township in the early morning hours March 12, while a passenger was taken to the hospital with … more
Board President Ann Brown and Superintendent …
TWINING — A motion to contract Arenac Eastern students out to the Standish-Sterling School District was approved 4-2 by the AE school board March 8, meaning the district will not open its doors to students next year. more
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