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Government, business and school leaders met …
Au GRES — A special city council meeting in Au Gres Sept. 10 focused on combining the efforts of the city, Au Gres Area Chamber of Commerce and Au Gres-Sims School District to better promote and market the city and surrounding area. more
A culvert replacement is one of several road …
ARENAC COUNTY — Three road projects have either been completed, or are nearly finished, so far this month, and before winter sets in more road work could be done. more
Father David Parsch leads the crowd in singing …
Never forget [Photo gallery]
The annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony was held at the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church Sept. 11, honoring the first responders and victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks. more
STANDISH — Standish-Sterling Central High School student Donovan Trombley died after collapsing in the school parking lot Sept. 10. more
Emergency responders line up along the walkway at …
STANDISH — Emergency responders and victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks will be honored during an annual ceremony in Standish. more
Trudy Dittenber reads a biography about her …
The stories of 16 Civil War veterans buried at the Clayton Township Cemetery were told during a cemetery walk Sept. 7. more
Au Gres City Council members received their …
Au GRES — The Au Gres City Council’s audit report presented by Jamie Rivette of Yeo & Yeo Sept. 2 showed that the city’s revenues increased by about $30,000 last year, and expenses were also up, increased roughly $34,957. more
Peter Heagany, right, was found guilty of …
BAY CITY — Jurors found Peter Heagany of Pinconning Township not guilty for murder when they announced their decision in 18th Circuit Court in Bay County Sept. 4, but they did find the 27-year-old guilty of manslaughter. more
STANDISH — A jury trial has been scheduled for Oct. 21 for a Sterling woman who allegedly passed two counterfeit $100 bills at area businesses this spring. more
Clayton Township Supervisor Raymond Daniels reads …
MELITA – The Huron Shores Genealogical Society will host a Civil War cemetery walk at the Clayton Township Cemetery Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. more
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