December 12, 2018
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The annual Au Gres Christmas parade was held in Dec. 1, followed by a tree lighting at the city campground and park and the Au Gres Men's Club Christmas party. Children received toys at the party and community members sang carols during the tree lighting at the park. more
STANDISH — Arenac County Commissioners authorized the drafting of a letter of intent to purchase new property for the fairgrounds along US-23 south of Standish at their last meeting Nov. 20. more
ALGER — Just in time for the holiday season, Alger Parks and Rec will be putting on the annual Children's Christmas Party Saturday, Dec. 8, which will feature snacks, craft activities and an opportunity to chat with Santa Claus. more
AU GRES — The city of Au Gres plans to kick off the holiday season with it’s annual Christmas in the City Parade on Dec. 1, and followed by the Christmas in the Park event at the Au Gres Campground. more
Au GRES TWP. — It’s been more than a year since a medical marijuana facilities ordinance was passed by the Au Gres Township Board, and 35 applications have been approved to operate facilities contributing toward the near $230,000 currently in the townships marijuana fund. more
STANDISH — Residents gathered along Cedar Street to watch floats, lighted vehicles and, of course, Santa Claus make their way to the Historical Depot for the city’s first ever Santa Parade. more
STANDISH — The city of Standish must have been awfully good this year, because Santa Claus will be coming to the historical depot for the Santa Parade on Friday, Nov. 23, and a second time Saturday, Dec. 1, aboard the Lake State Railway Company Santa Train. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Starting in January or February of the new year, Au Gres-Sims, Standish-Sterling Central and Arenac Eastern school districts will start the process of adopting resolutions regarding the multi-district annexation of Arenac Eastern. more
OMER — Christmas Decorations and other festive items are for sale at Ye Olde Courthouse in Omer from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10, and Sunday, Nov. 11. more
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