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STANDISH — Circuit Court Judge William Myles announced during a March 9 competency and motion hearing for John Curcio of Alger that a second psychiatric evaluation deemed Curcio competent to stand trial. more
Presidential primary results for Arenac County. more
Bidders raise their paddles to let the auctioneer …
Au GRES — New and unused items taking up space around people’s homes can be donated to the Arenac County Celebration Fund Committee for its upcoming quarter auction. more
The driver's side mirror on the police car …
LINCOLN TWP. — A missing mirror was all the damage done when a police car was struck during a routine traffic stop around 1:15 p.m. March 4, but Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre said things could have been much worse. more
ARENAC COUNTY —Due to a planned cable disruption, 911 service may be unavailable for Frontier customers in the areas of Sterling and Alger in Arenac County from 11:59 p.m. on Monday, March 7 … more
On Monday, March 7, we will be instituting a new commenting system on our sites. more
Thursday's workshop at Au Gres-Sims will let …
Au GRES — Much of the phragmites control measures in the county has been on the southern end of the county, but March 3 the Arenac Conservation District is holding a workshop on the invasive plant at Au Gres-Sims to get the message to the northeastern part of the county. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Michigan is one of four states where presidential polling will occur March 8. Voters will be able to make their choice for a Democratic or Republican Party nominee and vote on local ballot proposals. more
STANDISH — People looking to show off their hoops skills can hit the hardwood at Standish-Sterling Central High School for a three-on-three tournament March 19, but must register their teams by March 1. more
Josh Engelhardt of Linwood has to overcome the …
A winter warmup created muddy conditions on the bump and run track at the fairgrounds Feb. 28, and more than 30 drivers flung mud during the winter bump and run. A good crowd took advantage of the … more
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