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Alpena loses leader, patron

July 31, 2015 ALPENA — Bruce “Red” Crittenden was a family man, a businessman and a proud and devoted Alpena resident who would bend over backward to help other. more »»

Weather conditions ripe for fires

July 31, 2015 A recent summer heat wave has increased the chances of field and grass fires in Northeast Michigan, but surprisingly there have been few fire emergencies. more »»

AHS robotics team to host camp

July 31, 2015 ALPENA — The Alpena High School FIRST Robotics Team is hosting VEX IQ Robotics Camp at the achool this week, where 17 teams of three or four students have been learning how to build a robot, maneuve... more »»

Presque Isle public health officer changing careers

July 31, 2015 ROGERS CITY — Presque Isle County’s public health officer will resign in mid-September to pursue a career chang. more »»

Seniors aging alone apparent in NE Mich.

July 31, 2015 Recently Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency Region Nine Area Agency on Aging received a call from a local senior who returned to her home and needed emergency assistance as she was home... more »»

TBTA board offers interim executive director position

July 31, 2015 ALPENA — Thunder Bay Transportation Authority Board of Directors authorized board President Greg Sundin the authority to develop a contractual agreement with John Drury of JDrury Consulting, LLC. more »»

Salvation Army seeks public’s help

July 30, 2015 ALPENA — For over 10 years the Salvation Army of Alpena County has hosted a back-to-school donation drive each year for area students in order to help children in kindergarten through 12th grade... more »»

’80s design plans not so different from now

July 30, 2015 ALPENA — The Alpena Downtown Development Authority has had a vision of how it wanted to see Alpena shaped for more than three decades. more »»

Osprey numbers are up at Fletcher Pond

July 30, 2015 Ospreys are having better luck raising chicks on Fletcher Pond this year than last, but chick survival is low as the birds suffer from hot weathe. more »»

First the queen, then animals

July 30, 2015 ATLANTA — This year at the Montmorency County Fair, the barns are full of exhibits and animals, all thanks to the hard work of 4-H members around the county. more »»

Beach baby

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Taking Pride moves to next stage

July 29, 2015 ALPENA — Taking Pride in Alpena US-23 South is moving into another stage of the project to enhance the often-used corridor. more »»

Board receives good audit report

July 29, 2015 ALPENA — The Alpena County Board of Commissioners received the county’s audit report from 2014 Tuesday and thanks to careful budget planning and spending the county was able to add $167,491 to its... more »»

PI Range Light Park opens Sat.

July 29, 2015 PRESQUE ISLE TOWNSHIP — After several years of planning, grant-writing, design and construction, Presque Isle Township finally will celebrate the opening of its improved Range Light Park Saturday. more »»

Today is Veterans Day at Montmorency fair

July 29, 2015 ATLANTA — The Montmorency County Fair is in full swing this week with events ranging from livestock judging and a bump-and-run to horse pulls and a stilt-walker. more »»

New hospitalists start at ARMC Saturday

July 29, 2015 ALPENA — A new hospitalists group will be servicing Alpena Regional Medical Center beginning Saturday. more »»

Deadline extended for Alcona broadband survey

July 29, 2015 Leadership Alcona has extended its survey deadline for the Connecting the Dots program in order to surpass the quota needed to identify expanding broadband service in the county to Aug. 31. more »»

Metz trailhead park project begins

July 29, 2015 METZ — Construction on a trailside park in Metz has begun, and township officials believe the structures should be finished by October. more »»

Annual Brownlee Lake boat parade Saturday

July 29, 2015 LINCOLN — The Brownlee Lake Association’s 12th Annual Boat Parade of Lights begins at dusk on Saturday on Brownlee Lake in Lincoln. more »»

 
 
 

 

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