December 8, 2016
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A trio of morel mushrooms protrude from the …
MICHIGAN — Legislation introduced last month would remove regulations that require morel mushroom foragers to obtain a certification to be able to pick and sell morels to local businesses. more
A number of contestants competed in the burnout …
AuGres Car Cruise [Photo gallery]
The AuGres Cruisers Car Club held is annual car cruise, Saturday, July 24. The cruise traveled around AuGres ending at the Riverfront Park. more
Kole Wilson, 3, and his sister Kailyn, 6, of Bay …
Joe Rogers of the Wildlife Recovery Association presented his Live Birds of Prey demonstration to those in attendance of the 53rd Annual Arenac Conservation District Meeting. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — The day a jury trial was set to begin for John Curcio, who was facing 18 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, and one count each of kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment, a plea deal was reached. more
Presidential primary results for Arenac County. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — The court case for John Curcio of Alger scheduled for July 6 was postponed for two weeks due to a scheduling conflict for Curcio’s attorney, Kimberly Stout. more
ALGER — Multiple establishments in the Alger area reported breaking and entering incidents that were believed to have occurred either late at night Sept. 10 or early in the morning Sept. 11. more
A crew from Pepper Masonry of Clio work on the …
Au GRES TWP. — The installation of utilities and the construction of a shower building at the county’s Point Au Gres Park have begun and things are progressing well, according to Lapham Associates engineer Scott Bell. more
Several homeowners on the east side of Lovett …
STANDISH — City council’s plans to install a sidewalk in the city of Standish along the east side of Lovett Lane were met with resistance from property owners who live on the street, some of whom attended the Aug. 15 council meeting and presented a petition against the project. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — A case that lasted close to two years in 23rd Circuit Court in Arenac County appears to be closed, as John Curcio, 47, was sentenced to prison for a minimum of 42 months and a maximum of 15 years Nov. 16. more
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