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STANDISH — Charges have formally been made against Standish City Manager Tori Kelly and City Treasurer Melissa McAllister. more
MOFFATT TOWNSHIP — On Aug. 5 a renewal of a Moffatt Township Fire Department millage failed by two votes — 128 to 126. But on Nov. 4, the fate of the same ballot proposal, which calls for a 2-mill assessment from 2008-2011, equaling roughly $84,000 per year, is going to be in the hands of the voters for the second time in only a few months. more
STANDISH — Halloween, clues and small groups of people scrambling for answers – sound like a horror movie? Actually it’s the second Halloween Scavenger Hunt hosted by St. Mary’s of Standish Michigan Hospital (SMMSH) on Oct. 18. more
ARENAC COUNTY — In late 2007, Ed Rohn, Arenac County’s Emergency Management Coordinator, was recognized at a state conference as the Local Coordinator of the Year in a community with less than 60,000 people. Less than a year later, Rohn could be looking at losing his position altogether after a motion made on Sept. 23 by Arenac County Commissioner Jan Stressman attempted to remove Rohn and replace him with current Arenac County Sheriff Ronald Bouldin. more
ARENAC COUNTY — After nearly a month of reprogramming, surveying and consulting with technicians, Sheriff Ron Bouldin has a new phone number complete with a fully functional automated menu. … more
LINCOLN TOWNSHIP — Albert Greniuk owns farm fields and gardens on Lincoln Road property that has been in his family for over 70 years. But over the past few years, a county drain running through … more
ARENAC COUNTY — For the second straight year, Arenac County Parks’ expenses exceeded revenues. more
AuGRES — For little over a year now, elderly local singles have met at the Town and Country Lounge Restaurant in AuGres for conversational dinners and other group-friendly activities such as tubing … more
The economic situation in America is totally jacked, for lack of a better term. A lot of the problem comes from the deregulation and “Wild West,” winner take all setting in America’s financial sector. This has a lot of members of government talking about “transparency.” more
The Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe is mulling over applications for two-percent revenue sharing for the second time this year, making it obvious that the casino going up in Standish Township was not only exciting, but also beneficial. more
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