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New DNR regulation restricts use of self-caught bait fish

June 3, 2016 LANSING — A new regulation issued by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources restricts where a person can use self-caught fishing bait, according to Nick Popoff, manager for aquatic species fo... more »»

Thunder Bay Island to undergo Historic Structures Report

June 3, 2016 ALPENA — The Thunder Bay Island Preservation Society has successfully secured funding from the National Maritime Heritage Program administered by the National Park Service through a grant... more »»

Professor presents dig findings

June 3, 2016 ROGERS CITY — The 40 Mile Point Lighthouse Park has been a site of archaeological interest for many over the years, but more fervently in the last two years after Dr. more »»

Fundraiser Monday to benefit Katherine V restoration project

June 3, 2016 Restoration of the 1928 Vogelheim family fishing tug is well under way, along with the development of the new Fisheries Heritage Exhibit located at the Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan. more »»

Alcona 4-H shows increase after millage adoption

June 3, 2016 HARRISVILLE — After the adoption of a millage four years ago to keep the Michigan State University Extension office providing services including 4-H in Alcona County, numbers have risen for... more »»

Bill could raise speed limits on state trunk lines, expressways

June 3, 2016 LANSING — A House bill that was passed Wednesday could increase speed limits on rural trunk lines to as much as 65 miles per hour, and speed limits on Michigan expressways up to 80 in certain area. more »»

Brink completes annual insurance requirement

June 3, 2016 Jeanine Brink, CIC, CISR, of the Lappan Agency, In. more »»

Alpena Tractor Supply event to showcase livestock, pet groups

June 3, 2016 Tractor Supply Company in Alpena will host local animal groups during an event June 11 to encourage pet adoptions and support families raising pets and livestoc. more »»

Hillman students go on a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience

June 3, 2016 “This is easily one of the greatest adventures I’ve ever embarked on,” Hillman High School student Hunter Linseman said about his recent trip to Italy. “It was an extraordinary trip. more »»

May’s average temps above normal

June 2, 2016 ALPENA — The month of May may have started a little on the chilly side, but weather rebounded in the second half of the month with temperatures spiking into the high 70s and 80s to make the month... more »»

Pettalia’s parts bill back in House

June 2, 2016 LANSING — There are many auto shops in Michigan that use third-party auto parts as a way to reduce costs for customers who need repairs on their vehicles. more »»

AMA ESD to seek millage renewal

June 2, 2016 ALPENA — The Alpena-Montmorency-Alcona Educational Service District is looking toward a special education millage renewal, with the current millage set to expire after the winter tax levy this year. more »»

Sheriff outlines details of school liaison officer

June 2, 2016 HARRISVILLE — Alcona County Sheriff Doug Atchison has been in talks with Alcona Community Schools staff about the inclusion of a school liaison officer for the 2016-17 school year. more »»

Alcona County Jail could switch to inmate health service

June 2, 2016 HARRISVILLE — A proposal from Alcona County Sheriff Doug Atchison could change how health care is provided to county inmate. more »»

County honors 2 former jailhouse employees

June 1, 2016 ALPENA — Alpena County Board of Commissioners and Sheriff Steve Kieliszewski recognized a pair of retired sheriff’s department employees during Tuesday’s board meeting. more »»

Summer Movies by the Bay to start June 10

June 1, 2016 ALPENA — Last year Alpena Municipal Council voted to allow members of Thunder Bay Film Society to host free, summer movie events near the bandshell at BayView Park. more »»

Alpena woman raises money for cystic fibrosis, one knot at a time

June 1, 2016 ALPENA — In her free time, tying one knot at a time, Alpena resident Tiffany Frantz made paracord bracelets to raise money during Cystic Fibrosis Month, selling the bracelets one at a time at Nick’... more »»

ACC finances continue as expected

June 1, 2016 ALPENA — Finances at Alpena Community College continue to track as expected, with no major changes for concern according to Vice President for Administration and Finance Richard Sutherland. more »»



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