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Eli Goodroe, 4, of Sterling, waits for his father …
STERLING — If a child participates in the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association’s annual sucker tournament, which was rescheduled for April 15, there is a good chance he or she will take home a prize of some sort. more
STANDISH — People interested in leasing or selling land to a solar development investment company are invited to the Standish Michigan Works office from 2-3 p.m. April 11 to hear about future opportunities. more
Joan Stanley bids during last year's auction.
STANDISH — The Northeast Michigan Arts Council’s annual Auction for the Arts, which is scheduled for April 14, is vital for arts council programming, but it is also a lot of fun. more
Kailey Klahn, 14, of Gladwin displays the sucker …
Recent snowstorms in Arenac County didn’t deter families from hitting the banks of the Rifle River for the Omer Sucker Derby for Kids Saturday, April 7. more
STANDISH — A free seminar at the Standish-Sterling Central High School auditorium April 12 will aim to make attendees aware of the severity of human trafficking in Michigan, while also providing them with ways to identify potential trafficking situations. more
Homes and businesses that suffered flood damage …
DEEP RIVER TWP. — A request by Gov. Rick Snyder for physical and economic disaster assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration due to severe flooding in late February has been approved, and the SBA will meet with flood victims over the next several days. more
Isabella Podgorniak of Standish waits for a bite …
OMER — The annual Sucker Derby for Kids is set to return to Omer Saturday, April 7, and organizers are hoping the chunks of ice pushed up onto the Rifle River banks during flooding last month won’t prevent families from fishing. more
Noah Lyons, 4, laughs as he picks up another …
The Vietnam Veterans Association Chapter 390 of Arenac County hosted its 30th annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, March 31, at the Deep River Township Park. more
Along with logs, canoes and several other items …
DEEP RIVER TWP. — Ice jams in the Rifle River that caused flooding in late February are gone, but the effects of the jams remain — the latest being a several-yards-long log jam about 500 yards south of Townline Road. more
STANDISH — Diane Gay pleaded guilty to one count of animal torture/killing during a March 26 pretrial in 23rd Circuit Court. more
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