September 21, 2014
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Jessica Stoner, Rachel Baker, McKaylyn Mitrzyk, …
STANDISH — It’s been three years in the making, but the dedication of seven young ladies in the Standish-Sterling FFA Chapter definitely paid off when the team won the Parliamentary Procedure … more
Kim Mezey knocks away a simulated punch from …
STANDISH — Everybody likes to feel secure. After a women’s self-defense class on March 10 at St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital (SMMSH), 16 women from the area have a better understanding … more
OMER — In a matter of weeks, the rumors will finally be put to rest, or the truth will finally be known, regarding the legend of the Witchy Wolf that allegedly wanders the Omer plains. Eerie … more
Potholes like these are not an uncommon sight …
ARENAC COUNTY — More stimulus funds aiming to put a shot in the arm of the American economy are floating towards Arenac County, this time in the form of over a quarter million dollars allocated to … more
STANDISH — Standish-Sterling Middle School (SSMS) students in Diane Potts and Jill Bartlett’s fifth grade science classes have been working on a “Salmon in the classroom” project for the past … more
Are you an Arenac County painter, photographer, pencil and pen artist, sculptor, writer, actor or actress, musician or filmmaker? If so, are you looking for a way to promote your art and network … more
ARENAC COUNTY — The following is a comprehensive summary of the Arenac County Board of Commissioners Meeting on March 3, 2009: Motions • Motion 1 – It was moved by District V … more
First robins reported On March 11, Jeanetta Milne, of Sterling, reported seeing 10 robins in her yard, located in the 1500 block of Kuehn Road. This sighting was the first publicly reported one … more
ARENAC COUNTY — On Friday, March 6, it was announced by Congressman Bart Stupak’s (D – Menominee) office that Arenac County law enforcement will receive $13,929 from the nearly $800 billion … more
Sister Rita Ann Teichman tells about the SANE …
WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — A national program that trains nurses in dealing with sexual assault victims may soon be available at St. Joseph Health System after a wine and ale tasting fundraiser was held … more
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