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Airport numbers causing concern

November 7, 2015 ALPENA — As the enplanements drop at Alpena County Regional Airport continue to drop, the anxiety for the commissioners about the matter continues to rise. more »»

4-H presents awards at annual banquet

November 7, 2015 More than 90 different youth ranging in age from 5 to 19 received accolades for their 4-H project achievements this past year during the recent Alpena County Awards Banquet on Oct. 25. more »»

Tendercare Alpena receives Silver National Quality Award

November 7, 2015 Tendercare Alpena has been selected as a 2015 recipient of the Silver – Achievement in Quality for its performance in the health care profession. more »»

Ben’s Soft Pretzels to hold grand opening event

November 7, 2015 Ben’s Soft Pretzels, recently named “Best Fast Food Franchise” by Franchiseranking. more »»

Bridging a community

November 7, 2015 It started out as a vision in Mike Kendziorski’s head. Now, after more than three years of work and planning, that vision has become a reality. more »»

Garden walk benefits Susan’s Wish at Alpena Cancer Center

November 7, 2015 Joe and Carolyn Szatkowski, friends of Penny Barton, opened their garden located on Baldwin Street at the site of the former Baldwin School Playground, as a fundraiser for Susan’s Wis. more »»

Pastor celebrating 60 years of ministry

November 7, 2015 Pastor Charles Price, the pastor of FirstBible Baptist Chuch at 233 Cavanaugh, Alpena, is celebrating 60 years in the ministry during the month of Novembe. more »»

Celebrating veterans at Besser Elementary

November 6, 2015 ALPENA — Besser Elementary students listened in solemn silence Thursday morning as Bradley Moors, retired U.S. Army Band master sergeant, played taps in the school gym. more »»

ARMC asks court to pre-empt nurses strike

November 6, 2015 ALPENA — The battle between the Alpena Regional Medical Center and the Michigan Nurses Association took another turn Thursday. more »»

Being transparent about water rates

November 6, 2015 ALPENA — When Alpena Township water and sewer customers questioned why their water bills had nearly doubled, they were directed to ask the City of Alpena. more »»

Researchers examine water quality, trends of Great Lakes

November 6, 2015 ALPENA — Researchers from all around Lake Huron completed a two-day meeting Thursday, at which they discussed water quality and related trends and began the process of identifying future research... more »»

Evening of stories by ACC students, staff, admin

November 6, 2015 ALPENA — The Alpena Community College Language Society is putting on an evening of stories with help from community members, ACC students, staff and administration. more »»

Bell-ringing ceremony to take place at maritime museum

November 6, 2015 ROGERS CITY — Saturday’s bell-ringing ceremony at the Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum is in memory of the Edmund Fitzgerald’s crew, and the first of three ceremonies to honor 90 Great Lakes sailors... more »»

Special meeting on invasive species Nov. 13

November 6, 2015 ALPENA — In order to help prevent the spread of invasive species, or eradicate them altogether, it is going to take a solid strategy and a lot of work. more »»

Fishing at sunset

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Christmas Wish List ready for another year

November 5, 2015 ALPENA — For more than 30 years the Christmas Wish List has been pairing youths in need with donors who want to share some holiday cheer. more »»

Alcona voters approve millage requests, Atlanta voters don’t

November 5, 2015 Another election has come and gone, and although there were few contested races in the general election this year, there were a handful of millage requests, most of them requesting funding for... more »»

Hillman students continue to grow recycling program

November 5, 2015 HILLMAN – Hillman Jr./Sr. High School students have been working hard to establish a formal recycling program for the building the last few years with the leadership of teachers and students. more »»

RC to get grant to help in wastewater planning

November 5, 2015 ROGERS CITY — One last piece of Rogers City’s infrastructure maintenance planning remains, and the city will get $943,750 from the Department of Environmental Quality to come up with a management... more »»



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