September 22, 2014
Local News
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STANDISH — Former Arenac County Public Guardian Robert Romps received a one-year delay of sentencing on Wednesday, April 28. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Voter turnout in the precincts involved with the school board member recall are experiencing an increase in the number of voters compared to the last May election. Deep River … more
STANDISH — Becky Lakin, former Standish city clerk, filed suit against the city of Standish and City Manager Mike Moran April 9, alleging that he violated the Open Meetings Act and the Whistleblowers’ Protection Act, resulting in an alleged loss of earnings, earning capacity and fringe benefits. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Michigan Department of Education released MEAP scores for fall 2009, and overall, most school districts in Arenac County experienced an increase in proficiency levels for a majority of the grade levels and subject areas. more
AUGRES — AuGres-Sims Schools looked over its current year’s budget and well as briefly reviewed the projected 2010-2011 budget at its monthly school board meeting Monday, April 26. more
On the ballot for the May 4 election will be the recall of three school board members — Brenda Golimbieski, Kim Koin and Gary McFarland. The recall petition required to put the recall on the ballot collected 2,810 valid signatures, which certified it to be put on the ballot. more
ARENAC COUNTY — As of Thursday, April 22, Arenac County currently has a 70 percent participation rate for the U.S. Census, well above the 58 percent return rate from the 2000 Census, according to information form the United States Census Bureau. more
ARENAC COUNTY — An anti drinking and driving presentation will be coming to all of Arenac County’s high schools later this week. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Due to the May 4 school elections in Arenac County, the Arenac County Board of Commissioners have rescheduled their May meetings and will now meet the second and fourth Tuesdays of … more
AUGRES — The AuGres-Sims school budget will be under discussion at the next school board meeting Monday, April 26. more
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