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Woodburning turns into a passion

April 16, 2016 Mark Boughner has a love of restoring and repurposing items, and recently he has brought that love together with another hobby of his — wood burning. more »»

First Congregational to host seminar

April 16, 2016 The Gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John provide various perspectives on the ministry of Jesus, the man from Nazareth, and the movement he called “the Kingdom of Go. more »»

Program pairs college grads with students

April 15, 2016 LINCOLN — Alcona Community Schools and Alpena Public School are just two of 62 in the state that received grants from the Michigan College Access Network’s AdviseMI progra. more »»

Groups seek volunteers each spring to protect sturgeon

April 15, 2016 Black Lake sturgeon will be spawning soon, and Sturgeon for Tomorrow Black Lake Chapter is looking for volunteers to protect them from poacher. more »»

Sanctuary to host several summer camps

April 15, 2016 ALPENA — The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary will be hosting several summer day camps beginning in June and going through mid-Augus. more »»

‘Enchanted Forest’ theme for this year’s prom

April 15, 2016 ALPENA — The Alpena High School leadership class is busy decorating the entry hall and the ballroom at the APlex in preparation for prom. more »»

Chamber, CVB, Target have close connection with DDA

April 15, 2016 ALPENA — Earlier this week it was announced Alpena Downtown Development Authority intended to purchase and move into an office building. more »»

RC voters to decide May 3 on borrowing $500k for buses, tech

April 15, 2016 ROGERS CITY — Voters within the Rogers City Area Schools district will decide on May 3 whether the district can borrow $500,000 for new buses and technolog. more »»

Grant withdrawal will be black mark for Alcona road commission

April 15, 2016 LINCOLN — A unanimous vote Wednesday to not use grant funding for a Curtis Township road safety project, which was to be partially funded by the Michigan Department of Transportation, is a black... more »»

Workplace violence program packs room

April 14, 2016 ALPENA — Although “going postal” is a term in the United States synonymous with workplace violence, the U.S. more »»

MDOT poised to help airport financially

April 14, 2016 ALPENA — Even though it appears unlikely Alpena County Regional Airport is going to reach 10,000 enplanements this year, the Michigan Department of Transportation seems poised to financially support... more »»

Youth and rec invites local artists for logo contest

April 14, 2016 News Staff Writer ALPENA — In order to inform people about how their tax money is being spent, the Alpena Youth and Recreation Committee has had plaques made and hung on or near projects that were... more »»

Alcona backpack programs receives $4,000 in grants

April 14, 2016 LINCOLN — The Lincoln Lions Club and the Mikado American Legion each presented the Alcona Community Schools backpack program with a $2,000 donation Wednesday, securing funding for more than half a... more »»

Road commission transitions to spring work

April 14, 2016 LINCOLN — The Alcona County Road Commission is transitioning to spring work as weather begins to turn to warmer temperatures, according to Maintenance Supervisor Mike Escareno. more »»

APS continues moving forward with tech upgrades

April 14, 2016 ALPENA — The initiative of having high density access to computers for the Alpena Public Schools students is moving forward with the district hoping to purchase several Chromebook carts during a spo... more »»

Onaway voters to decide school millage May 3

April 14, 2016 ONAWAY — On May 3, Onaway Area Community Schools will ask district voters to consider a millage that would pay for building repairs, new buses, classroom technology and more. more »»

Presque Isle, Target Alpena to maintain partnership for another year

April 14, 2016 ROGERS CITY — Target Alpena and Presque Isle County’s Economic Development Corporation and County Development Commission will work together to promote growth in the county for another year. more »»

Arranging letters

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Alpena becomes a leader in development strategies

April 13, 2016 ALPENA — When Target Alpena Executive Director Jim Klarich took his job in Alpena more than four years ago, he wondered during his first meeting with the board what success in Alpena would like. more »»

 
 
 

 

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