September 19, 2014
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STANDISH — The Standish Maximum Correctional Facility (SMF) opened on April 1, 1990, and by the start of the 2010 fiscal year (Oct. 1), it will have been closed in a realigning effort by the … more
The sign outside of Resurrection of the Lord …
STANDISH — The message on the sign out front of the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church in Standish is clear – “Save Standish Max.” Directly inside the church are several stacks of … more
The SMF sign
STANDISH — Today the city of Standish lost its largest employer and source of revenue when word was handed down from the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) that the Standish Maximum … more
PINCONNING — Respect the cheese. From June 18-21, the city of Pinconning Betterment Committee will be hosting the second annual CheeseTown Festival, which will include the 26th annual … more
STANDISH — Standish Chamber of Commerce President Andrew Radatz couldn’t understand how Standish Maximum Correctional Facility (SMF) was selected as a logical closure, he said on Friday after … more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Road Commission (ACRC) is working with the city of Standish to possibly snatch up some land behind its current garage on M-61 in an effort to expand and, in the future, … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Beginning in July, clients of the Arenac County Department of Human Services (DHS) will notice significant changes to the entire process of applying for aid. According to Kim … more
A dump truck and trailer were needed to haul away …
MOFFATT TOWNSHIP — Last week, 122 tires, more than 30 cars' worth, that were illegally thrown out in Arenac County state forests were removed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR). … more
STANDISH — To say there’s a rift in Standish City Council may be a stretch, but after the last special city council meting on May 21, where a deal with the Migizi Corporation was accepted, it’s … more
Painters paint pipes in the new holding pen at …
ADAMS TOWNSHIP — The corn is planted in West-end Dairy’s fields, although owner Dan Fisk says West-end was behind schedule due to rain, and now the crops are being closely monitored for … more
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