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Change with counts affects numbers at airport

April 1, 2014 ALPENA — The Alpena County Regional Airport and air service provider SkyWest Airlines have been able to locate the cause of continuing declining enplanements at the airport. more »»

March one of coldest in the last 30 years

April 1, 2014 ALPENA — March came in like a lion, but did not go out like a lamb. With temperatures consistantly nine to 12 degrees below normal, it was the third coldest March in the last 30 years. more »»

Requirements bringing changes to menus

April 1, 2014 LINCOLN — The Alcona County Commission on Aging is revising its menus and recipes to comply with federal and state nutrition requirements by the end of the year. more »»

Underage drinking forum Thursday

April 1, 2014 ALPENA — There will be a community forum to discuss underage drinking, solutions and statistics from the community on Thursday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Alpena County Library in the Community Room. more »»

Easter is coming

March 31, 2014 more »»

Township approves budget

March 31, 2014 ALPENA — The Alpena Township Board of Trustees approved the township’s annual budget during a special meeting Monday afternoon. more »»

WATZ announces featured artist for concert

March 31, 2014 WATZ has announced Jon Pardi as this year’s featured artist for its listener appreciation night at the Alpena County Fair. Pardi will perform Aug. 12 at the Alpena County Fairgounds grandstan. more »»

Nearly 130 without CHM services

March 31, 2014 ALPENA — Despite an extra $25 million for Michigan’s Community Mental Health agencies, Northeast Michigan Community Mental Health Authority was forced to discontinue services for nearly 130 people. more »»

TBTA working on routes for trolleys

March 31, 2014 ALPENA — The Thunder Bay Transportation Authority is continuing to refine proposed routes that will be served by colorful hybrid trolley buses sometime this summer. more »»

Long winter having an effect on farms

March 30, 2014 LONG RAPIDS — In one of Pour Boys Honey owner Luke Dreyer’s lots, he watched as a few of his bees flew from one of several hives kept there for the winter. more »»

ROV prep

March 28, 2014 more »»

MSP: Keep an eye out for deer near roadside

March 28, 2014 As the snow slowly melts and vegetation becomes exposes in fields and on roadsides, deer are beginning to congregate near them to get an easy meal. more »»

Meeting hopes to find way to grow Rogers City

March 28, 2014 ROGERS CITY — Rogers City’s population is shrinking, and one business owner wants to do something about it. more »»

PI, Target form partnership

March 28, 2014 ROGERS CITY — Presque Isle County’s Economic Development Corporation and County Development Commission will contract with Target Alpena to help pursue economic growth in the region. more »»

Baby ducks

March 27, 2014 News Photo by Betsy Lehndorff Fifth-grader Samantha Kirka cuddles two baby ducks at a local farm equipment store in Alpen. more »»

Charges dropped for owner of kennel

March 27, 2014 ROGERS CITY — The Presque Isle County Prosecutor’s Office has dropped an animal cruelty or abandonment charge against the owner of a Hawks kennel. more »»

Board approves pay raises for some employees

March 27, 2014 ALPENA — Last fall the Alpena County Board of Commissioners implemented a spending freeze that included raises and new hires until the county could rebound from a financial pitfall caused by an... more »»

Local students in documentary airing on Thursday night

March 27, 2014 ALPENA —Alpena residents can tune in to the Public Broadcasting Station WCML Thursday, at 10:30 p.. more »»

Route US-23 closer to becoming part of Pure Michigan campaign

March 27, 2014 Heritage Route US-23 is closer to becoming part of the state’s Pure Michigan advertising campaign after House Bill 5072 was approved Thursday in Lansing, officials said. more »»

Quality check

March 26, 2014 more »»

 
 

 

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