September 20, 2014
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STANDISH — The Standish Area Fire Authority (SAFA) and Michigan State Fire Marshall were called out on two house fires early last week. more
STANDISH — Books. Check. Paper. Check. Pencil. Check. 55-gallon tank containing salmon eggs. Check? In mid-November, that’ll be the case in two Standish-Sterling Middle School (SSMS) science classes when the classes begin participating in Trout Unlimited’s “Salmon in the Classroom” program. more
STANDISH — Friday October 3, Pinconning and Standish-Sterling students will have the opportunity to see their Principal and Assistant Principal catch a pie in the face. According to Pinconning … more
On Sept. 14, Tawas Attorney Christopher Martin announced that despite a Michigan Supreme Court ruling that removed him from the ballot for a judgeship in the 23rd Circuit Court, he would pursue the … more
Have you ever wanted to trace your family ancestry? If so, mark Wednesday, Oct. 8 on your calendar as a genealogy expert is scheduled to speak at the Northeast Michigan Arts Council in Standish. … more
Do you know a house in the county that is haunted? Maybe you know an abandoned building that is rumored to have an unpleasant story behind it. If so, “the Arenac County Independent” wants you to … more
The River Aux Sables Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), met on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Third Street Deli in Pinconning for the beginning of another year of service. … more
ARENAC COUNTY — While Patrick Fender, a 53 year old Moffatt Township resident, was housed in the Arenac County Jail, a nurse who assisted Fender, who is also a paraplegic with only one arm, was paid $22.50 per hour, a cost that Board of Commissioners Chairman Raymond Daniels says hit the county for about $20,000. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Working hand-in-hand with the Equalization, Drain Commission and Economic Development/Michigan State University Extension Departments, the Saginaw-based Spicer Group will begin installing a Geographic Information System (GIS) throughout Arenac County in lieu of a $90,000 grant received from the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe. more
AShley Irwin
MASON TOWNSHIP — A memorial horse speed show on Sept. 27 will remember Ashley Irwin, the 17 year old AuGres native recently killed in a car accident who had a fondness for raising and caring for horses. more
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