September 20, 2014
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ARENAC COUNTY — Working hand-in-hand with the Equalization, Drain Commission and Economic Development/Michigan State University Extension Departments, the Saginaw-based Spicer Group will begin installing a Geographic Information System (GIS) throughout Arenac County in lieu of a $90,000 grant received from the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe. more
AShley Irwin
MASON TOWNSHIP — A memorial horse speed show on Sept. 27 will remember Ashley Irwin, the 17 year old AuGres native recently killed in a car accident who had a fondness for raising and caring for horses. more
MICHIGAN — On Tuesday, Sept. 9 and Thursday Sept. 11 the Michigan House of Representatives held legislative committee hearings and meetings with the state natural Resources Commission (NRC) respectively, to find a logical alternative to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Lower Peninsula deer feeding and baiting ban. more
STANDISH — After a Standish-Sterling Community Schools (S-S) School Board meeting on Monday, Sept. 8, it looked as though Standish-Sterling Building Trades students would be learning the construction trade through books and classroom instruction. more
CWD is a neurological (brain and nervous system) disease found in deer and elk. The disease belongs to a family of diseases known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE) or prion diseases. … more
MASON TOWNSHIP — A memorial speed show on Sept. 27 will remember Ashley Irwin, the 17 year old AuGres native recently killed in a car accident who had a fondness for raising and caring for horses. more
ARENAC COUNTY — While Patrick Fender, a 53 year old Moffatt Township resident, was housed in the Arenac County Jail, a nurse who assisted Fender, who is also a paraplegic with only one arm, was paid $22.50 per hour, a cost that Board of Commissioners Chairman Raymond Daniels says hit the county for about $20,000. more
Signs in front of the old Sunrise Cafe along M-13 …
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — Multiple developments by the Migizi Corporation, a developmental entity of the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe, are still being delayed due to the lack of water and sewer utilities available to the property where a new hotel, gift shop mall and truck stop restaurant will be erected, but the involved parties are getting closer to working out a deal — possibly at the expense of 2-percent funds. more
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — Multiple developments by the Migizi Corporation, a developmental entity of the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe, are still being delayed due to the lack of water and sewer utilities available to the property where a new hotel, gift shop mall and truck stop restaurant will be erected, but the involved parties are getting closer to working out a deal — possibly at the expense of 2-percent funds. more
AuGRES — The AuGres City Council started renovating the town center streets last fall and soon it will begin the final stage of renovation with a street lighting project, which will entail decorative lighting along with the poles Consumers Energy has provided. more
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