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The Alpena News adds additional ways to read the newspaper

June 7, 2014 Since 1899, The Alpena News has delivered valuable news and information to people of Northeast Michigan. more »»

Corrections officer bound over to circuit court

June 7, 2014 By JORDAN TRAVIS News Staff Writer ROGERS CITY — A Presque Isle County corrections officer accused of criminal sexual conduct will go to trial to face the charges. more »»

A final walk together

June 7, 2014 ATLANTA — Members of the Atlanta Community High School graduating class of 2014 took their last walk into the school gymnasium as seniors Friday night. more »»

Potter Hill Road project may be able to obtain USDA-RD assistance

June 7, 2014 ALPENA —The Potter Hill Road project is continuing to move forward as information was obtained Friday about acquiring funds that could allow for the access road that would run from Bagley Street and... more »»

Ginop in Kubota top 10 nationwide

June 7, 2014 The Kubota Tractor Corporation recently announced that Ginop Sales, Inc., with locations in Alanson, Williamsburg and Hillman is now the No. 7 ranked volume selling dealer in the United States. more »»

PIE&G Communities First Fund awards scholarships

June 7, 2014 Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op members continue to assist area community organizations and individuals through the voluntary roundup of their electric and natural gas billings. more »»

Tea party benefits Cancer Center, educates community

June 7, 2014 The 7th Annual Blue Hydrangea Tea party continues to benefit the Alpena Cancer Center and provides the community with education on ovarian cance. more »»

ARMC Walk with Ease begins June 10

June 7, 2014 Alpena Regional Medical Center’s Walk with Ease program begins in Alpena June 10. The walk with ease program is led by a certified instructor and meets three times per week for six weeks. more »»

Majors Craig and Joan Stoker to retire

June 6, 2014 ALPENA — Salvation Army Majs, Craig and Joan Stoker met as young teens while studying nature at the Grand Rapids Public Museum. more »»

Club kicks off programs for summer

June 6, 2014 By NICOLE GRULKE News Staff Writer ALPENA — The Alpena Boys and Girls Club kicked off its summer activities Thursday with an orientation to the club and plenty of games for members. more »»

Alpena man arraigned on multiple charges

June 6, 2014 Two Alpena men have been charged for their involvement in the 2012 death of a 27-year-old Alpena woma. more »»

RACS will spend to keep programs, staffing

June 6, 2014 By JORDAN TRAVIS News Staff Writer ROGERS CITY — Rogers City Area Schools will spend more of its general fund balance to keep programs and staffing steady through another school year. more »»

Bike and Band Crawl fundraiser

June 6, 2014 By STEVE SCHULWITZ News Staff Writer ALPENA — The Alpena Mixed Beach Volleyball League has become one of the largest in the state and it is continuing to grow. more »»

TBJH awarded Emerald status

June 6, 2014 By NICOLE GRULKE News Staff Writer ALPENA — Thunder Bay Junior High recently has been awarded Emerald status as part of the Michigan Green School program. more »»

WWI veteran finally gets his gravestone

June 5, 2014 ROGERS CITY — In Rogers City’s Memorial Park cemetery, there’s a new gravestone marking the spot where a World War I veteran was buried nearly 86 years ago. more »»

Internet keeps city transparent

June 5, 2014 ALPENA — The Alpena Municipal Council and city staff utilize the Internet as a means to be transparent, but they also use to help conduct business and provide information to residents and visitors. more »»

APS to host robotics summer camp

June 5, 2014 ALPENA — Alpena Public Schools recently received a Michigan Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Partnership grant through Michigan Works for a robotics summer camp and a fall robotics... more »»

Boys and Girls Club looking for mentors

June 5, 2014 ALPENA — Mentoring programs help children increase self-esteem, build confidence and become more socially interactive, according to Alpena Boys and Girls Club mentoring Director Kacey Beattie, who i... more »»

Friends program to help Hine’s emerald dragonfly

June 5, 2014 BLACK RIVER — The Friends of Negwegon State Park and a number of partners are collaborating on a program to help an endangered dragonfly, and the groups are looking for the public’s hel. more »»



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