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Contractor pleads guilty to fraud

April 14, 2014 ROGERS CITY — A contractor involved with a project to turn a former sausage shop in Rogers City into county offices has pleaded guilty to a count of contractor fraud. more »»

Man faces seven counts of CSC

April 14, 2014 ROGERS CITY — A Hawks man accused of criminal sexual conduct will stand trial in June. more »»

6 roads closed due to flooding

April 14, 2014 The Alpena Road Commission is advising motorists that many areas are experiencing flooding due to recent heavy rainfall. more »»

Abatements useful tool for communities

April 13, 2014 ALPENA — Tax abatements are a useful incentive to offer potential developers, or existing businesses wanting to expand. more »»

First classes for Onaway welding school start in May

April 13, 2014 ONAWAY — A welding school founded by an Onaway business owner will start accepting applications for its first batch of students soon. more »»

Raising awareness

April 11, 2014 ALPENA — April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and many local organizations and entities are joining forces to educate Northeast Michigan about the dangers of alcohol abuse. more »»

Charges dropped against Lindles

April 11, 2014 ALPENA — Charges against Phil Lindle and his daughter,Vanessa Lindle, have been dismissed after the two were accused last fall of committing welfare fraud at Z’s Crossroads, a convenience store and... more »»

Lt. governor holds roundtable discussion

April 11, 2014 ALPENA — Lt. Gov. more »»

Onaway petition seeks to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana for adults

April 11, 2014 ONAWAY — A petition drive to ask Onaway voters to change city ordinances to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana for adults is under way. more »»

Breaking ground

April 10, 2014 News Photo by Nicole Grulke Alpena Community College broke ground for its new Ferris H. Werth Electrical Power Technology Center Thursday with college employees and supporters of the new center. more »»

Plainfield Township’s fire, rescue building catches fire: No injuries

April 10, 2014 HALE — Fire damaged the Plainfield Township’s fire and emergency medical services building Thursday morning, but neither emergency service will be affected, Township Supervisor Fred Lewis said. more »»

Youth and Recreation prepare for 2015 funding

April 10, 2014 ALPENA — The Alpena County Youth & Recreation Committee isn’t waiting to see if the renewal request for the youth and recreation millage is approved by voters in August to begin work on possible 201... more »»

Council votes to approve useage of warmup building at Mich-e-ke-wis

April 10, 2014 ALPENA — Alpena Municipal Council has voted to enter into a five-year lease with Performance Locker LLC, which will utilize the old warmup building at Mich-e-ke-wis Park for a new business. more »»

DNR confirms cases of white nosed syndrome

April 10, 2014 A devastating infection that’s killed nearly 6 million bats since it reached North America has been found in Michigan for the first time, including in bats hibernating in Alpena County. more »»

AHS Leadership team prepares for prom

April 10, 2014 ALPENA — The Alpena High School Leadership class has been working dilligently since Thursday morning to prepare the APlex for an evening of delicious food, elegant dress and lasting memories. more »»

New PI, Cheboygan forester has been busy

April 10, 2014 ROGERS CITY — It’s been a busy first few months for Presque Isle and Cheboygan County Forester Bethany Lyon. more »»

Farmers learn about TB practices, circle testing

April 9, 2014 ROGERS CITY — Cattle farmers and others learned about circle testing for bovine tuberculosis in parts of Presque Isle County at a meeting in Rogers City Wednesday. more »»

Commission approves food trailer; trucks still on hold

April 9, 2014 ALPENA — People visiting Starlite Beach may have another option in purchasing food and drinks, as the Alpena Planning Commission voted to approve a request by Greg Konwinski to operate a food traile... more »»

Teachers’ HQ set up to answer public’s questions

April 9, 2014 ALPENA – Faced with looming pay cuts, area teachers are going all out to educate parents and decision-makers about ways to put the school district on better financial footing. more »»

Montmorency assessments appear normal

April 9, 2014 ATLANTA — Tax assessments in Montmorency County seem to be tracking as usual from 2013, according to Equalization Director Kevin Kelle. more »»

 
 

 

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