September 16, 2014
Local News
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ARENAC COUNTY – With the current state of decreased school funding across Michigan, representatives at the Arenac County school districts say they are doing what they can to offset costs. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Three grants for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) could potentially impact the residents of Arenac County. more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Habitat for Humanity will dedicate its third home on Feb. 14 at 3 p.m. more
MOFFATT TOWNSHIP — After taking its case to the Michigan Supreme Court, the Arenac County Road Commission could now be potentially liable for flooding that occurred in an Alger couple’s home in 2004. more
ARENAC COUNTY — In the wake of the confiscation of prescription drugs at Standish-Sterling Central in January, one family is taking action for the county. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Arenac County Conservation District is going to the birds this month during its annual meeting by bringing back Joe Rogers of the Wildlife Recovery Association to present his “Live Birds of Prey” show. more
STERLING — The Wertz Warriors snowmobile group stopped briefly at MJ’s Bar in Sterling on Sunday afternoon as part of their seven day 900-mile trek to Petoskey. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Decisions were handed down by the 23rd Circuit Court last week, dealing with the remaining claims of former county commissioners Amy Lynch and Kenneth Kernstock, and county employee Gail Seder. more
OMER — City council members and citizens of Omer met with a representative from the USDA’s Rural Development office on Jan. 28 to discuss a possible grant for the construction of a new library. more
OGEMAW COUNTY — Those who knew the Honorable Carl L. Horn are remembering him as a fair-minded judge who was helpful to those involved in the judicial process, and a family-oriented man outside the courtroom. more
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