September 23, 2014
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ARENAC TOWNSHIP — Sunrise Disposal will begin collection services in Arenac Township starting Jan. 1, 2010, after the township board voted to select the handler for trash collection during its Nov. … more
ARENAC COUNTY — In its efforts to cut out $200,000 in spending over the next two years, the Arenac County Board of Commissioners may opt out of its membership in the Michigan Association of … more
AuGRES — It’s been a longstanding tradition for the city of AuGres to honor its volunteers who participate in the operation of the city, but for 2009, the AuGres Appreciation Dinner is … more
City of Standish Mayor: Mark Winslow 181 Write-ins (Dave Munson) 32 Ward I: Ed Reno 30 Ward II: Tosha Tunney 78 Ward III: Jerry Nelson … more
A letter sent to the Arenac County Board of Commissioners from the Central Michigan District Health Department listed times and places for free H1N1 vaccination clinics. One site is the … more
FRASER TOWNSHIP — An alleged attempted burglary at an apartment above the Roadside Inn, in Fraser Township, ended with a deceased suspect on Friday morning. A 911 call at approximately 6:30 … more
Bus drivers participating in the Adopt a U.S. …
STANDISH — For 14 soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq, a little care from the United States is coming courtesy of the Standish-Sterling Community Schools District bus drivers. Read about how the … more
Protesters line up at the intersection of US-23 …
STANDISH — Expectations for a 500 to 1,000-person protest at the corner of US-23 and M-61 were well off, but people against the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to Standish still stood out in … more
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — There’s good news and bad news for Arenac County residents looking forward to the jobs and opportunities that would accompany new developments – a hotel, restaurant and … more
Standish Max employees pose for a photo in the …
STANDISH — The Standish Maximum Correctional Facility will be officially closed Oct. 31. All remaining prisoners were shipped out of the facility Oct. 28 and employees remained for a few days … more
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