November 26, 2015
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During a child well-being check at the residence …
STANDISH — What police believe to be a methamphetamine production operation was discovered during a Department of Health and Human Services child well-being check at a residence on the 200 block of North Main Street in Standish Sept. 22. more
Brain aneurysm survivors Sheryl Richardson of …
WEST BRANCH — The first Michigan Brain Aneurysm & AVM Survivors Angels Walk was held at the Tolfree Wellness Park Sept. 19 to raise money for the Joe Neikro Foundation, which supports research, treatment and awareness of brain aneurysms and other related life-threatening conditions. more
Personnel from Michigan Sea Grant and Au Gres …
Au GRES — After holding an initial vision meeting at the Au Gres City Park in late August, personnel from Michigan Sea Grant will be back in town Sept. 24-26 for a three-day charrette to further engage the community about the city’s harbor and its development. more
LINCOLN TWP. — A driver from the Flint area was believed to be under the influence of alcohol when a two-car accident occurred Sept. 18 that resulted in two people suffering what were reportedly non-life-threatening injuries. more
STANDISH — This year’s annual Gateway to Writing workshop at the Northeast Art Center will include a workshop and presentation by Doug Allyn, a two-time winner of the Edgar Allen Poe Award and 11-time winner of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Readers Award. more
Ronald McDonald poses with a large group of golf …
The 22nd annual M & M Memorial Golf Outing Sept. 19 at Green Hills Golf Course in Pinconning achieved a milestone this year, with total money raised from the event reaching $250,000. more
Au GRES — For the first time Sept. 19, motorcycles of multiple styles and generations will be on display at the Au Gres City Park during the River Rally motorcycle show, which will also include live music and vendors. more
A road crew compacts gravel and pulverized …
STERLING — The Sterling Area Health Center sits in the middle of an approximately two-mile repaving project on Sterling Road that began Tuesday Sept. 15. And while it has gotten easier to navigate, health center patients and employees are still trying to adjust. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — As the season turns to autumn, meteorologists are saying the hot weather could be around a little while longer. more
WEST BRANCH — After suffering a brain aneurysm, a 47-day coma and being without her voice for five years, Cora Benjamin of Standish is working to raise awareness so others avoid going through a similar experience. more
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