September 17, 2014
Local News
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STANDISH — The Arenac County Road Commission (ACRC) is working with the city of Standish to possibly snatch up some land behind its current garage on M-61 in an effort to expand and, in the future, … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Beginning in July, clients of the Arenac County Department of Human Services (DHS) will notice significant changes to the entire process of applying for aid. According to Kim … more
A dump truck and trailer were needed to haul away …
MOFFATT TOWNSHIP — Last week, 122 tires, more than 30 cars' worth, that were illegally thrown out in Arenac County state forests were removed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR). … more
STANDISH — To say there’s a rift in Standish City Council may be a stretch, but after the last special city council meting on May 21, where a deal with the Migizi Corporation was accepted, it’s … more
Painters paint pipes in the new holding pen at …
ADAMS TOWNSHIP — The corn is planted in West-end Dairy’s fields, although owner Dan Fisk says West-end was behind schedule due to rain, and now the crops are being closely monitored for … more
STANDISH — The Northeast Michigan Arts Council (NEMAC) will host two Victorian Tea Parties, themed “The Language of Flowers,” on June 20 at 12 and 3 p.m. The event treats arts center … more
Students from Pinconning High School pose with …
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — In its third round of two-percent class-three gaming revenue since the opening of the Saganing Eagle’s Landing Casino, the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe (SCIT) distributed … more
WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — Whitney Township has addressed the issue of unlicensed, inoperable automobiles wasting away in yards with its junk car ordinance, which went into effect May 14. “There are … more
BAY CITY — The Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District (BAISD) is looking to ease the burden of finding substitute bus drivers for its member districts with a new program the ISD is introducing … more
CLAYTON TOWNSHIP — Just because school’s out during the summer doesn’t mean there’s nothing to learn. On June 20, The Berry School and Bowen Chapel, both located on the corner of Maple Ridge … more
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