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Protesters line up at the intersection of US-23 …
STANDISH — Expectations for a 500 to 1,000-person protest at the corner of US-23 and M-61 were well off, but people against the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to Standish still stood out in … more
Standish Max employees pose for a photo in the …
STANDISH — The Standish Maximum Correctional Facility will be officially closed Oct. 31. All remaining prisoners were shipped out of the facility Oct. 28 and employees remained for a few days … more
STANDISH — Only one of four reasons filed by Standish resident Kim Hadd to recall four Standish-Sterling Community Schools Board of Education members received clarity at a hearing on Friday, but … more
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — There’s good news and bad news for Arenac County residents looking forward to the jobs and opportunities that would accompany new developments – a hotel, restaurant and … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The state-winning FFA Parliamentary Procedure squad — consisting of Standish-Sterling 2009 graduates Jackie Anderson, McKaylyn Mitrzyk, Rachel Baker, Jane Osier, Jessica Stoner, … more
WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — During the whole summer testing period, the Singing Bridge Public Access in Whitney Township was under a Department of Environmental Quality Contamination Advisory for high … more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Michigan Department of Community Health’s aggregate report for the week of Oct. 18-24 showed 1,468 reported cases of flu-like symptoms, including H1N1. The report … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Another election approaches, as this year in Arenac County, voters will cast their ballots for candidates for Omer City Council, Standish City Council and Arenac Eastern’s Board … more
STANDISH — Monday night the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church’s cafeteria attracted about 150 people ready to do more than just talk about opposing the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees … more
STANDISH — The Standish Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Board issued a press release Monday, letting its members and the public know the Chamber will not pick a side on the issue of … more
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