City honors lives lost in Pearl Harbor attack

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ALPENA — The men and women who perished during the bombing of Pearl Harbor were honored during a ceremony in Alpena on Thursday. The surprise attack on the naval base 82 years ago claimed the lives of more than 2,000 members of the United States military and more than 1,000 ...

Krueger exam begins Tuesday

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ALPENA — Gavin Krueger, a 27-year-old Ossineke man facing charges of supplying drugs to two individuals who died of drug overdoses, has his court appearance scheduled for Tuesday. Krueger is currently facing two counts of delivery of a controlled substance causing death, one count of ...

Alpena boys tennis honored for academics

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Alpena High School’s boys’ tennis was rewarded with both individual and team Academic All-State honors. The Michigan High School Coaches Association has placed three students from AHS on the Academic All-State Team. These students are senior Jonathan Bender, senior Avery ...

The Jewish holiday begins with the first candle lighting tonight

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ALPENA — The Jewish holiday Hanukkah has a bit of a different meaning to those celebrating it this year, as the war between Israel and Hamas continues to unfold in the Middle East. Hanukkah is the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights,” celebrated with a nightly menorah ...