December 6, 2016
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STANDISH — Loreen Niewenhuis has always loved Lake Michigan, but became more closely acquainted with the lake during a 1,000-mile hike, which led to more 1,000-mile adventures. She will share stories from her latest adventure in Standish July 18. more
OMER — This year’s Northeastern Michigan Baseball League reunion July 17 will mark 100 years since the league formed. more
Dalton Sergent of Au Gres, 9, is shocked when …
Doug Scheer’s comedy and magic show titled “Having a Laughing Fit” lived up to its title July 14 at the Au Gres Community Library, as children in the audience were laughing throughout. more
Sheree Wiltse and Denise Schutte pose for a photo …
Au GRES — The Christmas spirit will be in the air July 16 at the Knoll View Golf Course in Au Gres during the Kiwanis Christmas 4 Kids Committee’s annual Christmas in July golf outing. more
Stacie Proctor of Sterling putts her ball in …
STANDISH — The 32nd annual Coaches’ Classic is scheduled for July 16, and former Standish-Sterling football coach and current boys track coach Paul Walderzak said the fundraiser’s organizers are hoping to see more teams this year. more
Emergency responders work to clear the scene of a …
ARENAC TWP. — A 35-year-old Au Gres woman was killed in a two-car crash in Arenac Township July 12, according to Michigan State Police Lt. Chris Luty. more
STANDISH — Daniel Kocot was sentenced to 14-25 years in prison for a charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a weapon in 23rd Circuit Court July 11. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — The court case for John Curcio of Alger scheduled for July 6 was postponed for two weeks due to a scheduling conflict for Curcio’s attorney, Kimberly Stout. more
Rusty Gould of Davidson, Bob Tamplin of Sage …
Models of the past [Photo gallery]
The annual Model A and Model T Car Show in Standish saw dozens of cars more than 60 years old parked at the Standish Historical Depot July 9, and many people coming out to admire the vehicles. more
Laurice LaZebnik
STANDISH — Laurice LaZebnik’s Johnsfield roots go back to the lumbering and prohibition era, but learning about her family history was no easy task. She will share tips on how she did it and how to preserve family history for future generations July 10. more
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