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Allen receives 10-15 years for CSC charges

October 21, 2015 William Lee Allen Jr., 45, of Alpena was sentenced to 10-15 years in prison on charges of criminal sexual conduct by 26th Circuit Court Judge Michael G. Mack on Tuesday. more »»

Local beekeeper supports USDA assistance plan

October 21, 2015 LACHINE — Michigan is one of six states to receive United States Department of Agriculture assistance for bees and pollinators, and Lachine beekeeper Luke Dreyer is all for it. more »»

RC examining how best to manage marina

October 21, 2015 ROGERS CITY — Marina operations in Rogers City could be back under city control next year under a proposal from City Manager Joe Hefele. more »»

Hillman students learn importance of respect

October 20, 2015 HILLMAN — Hillman elementary students practiced their R.O.A.R. Monday morning during an assembly led by Al Ulman, a speaker, storyteller and magician who focuses on anti-bullying and respect. more »»

New stoplight at Meijer helps ease traffic

October 20, 2015 ALPENA — There were many questions and some concerns about how traffic would be impacted once the new Meijer store on M-32 in Alpena opened. more »»

Council discusses building new street

October 20, 2015 ALPENA — The Alpena Municipal Council hosted a public hearing during Monday’s meeting to address the possibility of constructing a new street from Johnson Street to Long Lake Road. more »»

Posen Schools picks superintendent candidate

October 20, 2015 News Staff Writer POSEN — When classes at Posen Consolidated Schools resume after Thanksgiving break, a new superintendent and principal will be in charge. more »»

APS board receives clean audit

October 20, 2015 ALPENA — Alpena Public Schools received a clean audit for the 2015 fiscal year from Straley Lamp & Kraenzlein P.C. during its meeting Monday evening. more »»

DNR collects salmon eggs at Swan River Weir

October 20, 2015 PULAWSKI TOWNSHIP — Lake Michigan’s dwindling salmon numbers prompted the Department of Natural Resources to collect salmon eggs from the Swan River Weir this fall. more »»

A bit muddy

October 19, 2015 more »»

Life’s money lessons

October 17, 2015 ALPENA — Students at Thunder Bay Junior High participated in a Financial Reality Fair Friday morning to introduce them to the different aspects of living within their means. more »»

MIOSHA grant to help ACC train local employees

October 17, 2015 ALPENA — Alpena Community College recently received a $45,000 Consultation Education and Training grant from the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration to train employees at local... more »»

ACC open house shows high school students possibilities

October 17, 2015 ALPENA — High school students from all over Northeast Michigan toured Alpena Community College Friday. They also sat in on some mini-classes and open lab. more »»

Alpena Guardsman earns shooting awards

October 17, 2015 Spc. Marc E. Smith of Bravo Company 1-125 Infantry took seventh place overall in a recent shooting competition. more »»

Delicate work

October 16, 2015 more »»

Mixed reactions about ARMC’s choice

October 16, 2015 ALPENA— Several days have passed since Alpena Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees voted to enter into a letter of intent with MidMichigan Health, which is affiliated with the University of... more »»

RC considers solution to recycling problem

October 16, 2015 ROGERS CITY — A solution is in the works for a recycling issue in Rogers City. more »»

ACC board approves purchases

October 16, 2015 ALPENA - The Alpena Community College Board of Trustees approved the purchase of $153,970.12 worth of equipment through the $2. more »»

Bump and Run at the fairgrounds

October 16, 2015 ALPENA — In order to offer the best fair possible the Alpena County Fair Board will be hosting a variety of fundraising events over the next several months. more »»

Board considers asking voters to extend current levy

October 16, 2015 ONAWAY — There’s a plan in the making for Onaway Area Community Schools to buy new buses, technology and a roof for its building, one where the district could ask voters to extend a millage. more »»



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