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150 Hinks students do ‘time travel’ at Besser Museum

March 27, 2015 By DIANE SPEER News Lifestyles Editor As schools throughout the region put their own unique spin on observing March is Reading Month, students at Hinks Elementary School have engaged in a variety... more »»

DKG chapter presents two major awards

March 25, 2015 The Alpha Xi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma held its annual auction fundraiser and March meeting recently at the First United Methodist Church in Alpena. Two major awards were presented. more »»

VFW Chili Cook-off a success

March 25, 2015 HILLMAN – Montmorency County VFW Post 2356 held its ninth annual Chili Cook-off on March 7. The evening turned out to be a success. Judges included Joe Crisis, Mary Ann Hunt and Alan Shephard. more »»

American Legion Auxiliary announces Girl State selection

March 25, 2015 Emily Zann, daughter of Steve and Mary Zann, has been selected to represent the William F. Weine American Legion at the 75th Girls State program. She is a junior at Alpena High School. more »»

TBT comedy becomes war of words and wills

March 23, 2015 In a compact hour and fifteen minutes, two well-to-do couples gathered in a Brooklyn apartment manage to peel back their thin veneer of civility and, in an unfiltered meanfest, demonstrate the... more »»

Three teens make magic happen for kids

March 20, 2015 Babysitting, flipping burgers or working retail rank among top jobs for many teens. more »»

‘God of Carnage’ opens Thursday at TBT

March 18, 2015 Alpena gets a chance to see Thunder Bay Theatre’s newest core company performers with the opening Thursday of “God of Carnag. more »»

Lions and Lambs

March 12, 2015 Since we were little, we have heard the phrase: March comes in like a Lion, goes out like a lamb. We would see each animal represented on the calendars of our elementary school classrooms. more »»

Comedy rules with latest Alpena Civic Theatre show

March 12, 2015 Creating art versus entertainment. Depending on which character you align with, Alpena Civic Theatre’s spring production of “I Hate Hamlet” makes a case for both. more »»

Saddle up for Rogers City’s ‘The Singin’ Cowboy’

March 11, 2015 Every winter the folks at Rogers City Community Theatre put on a big musical comedy. more »»

Wildlife Sanctuary seeks old photos from the public

March 11, 2015 At a recent board meeting, the Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary Board heard reports of ice fishing tournament successes, welcomed Rev. more »»

Habitat for Humanity celebrates 25th anniversary

March 7, 2015 The local Habitat for Humanity affiliate was established in Alpena as Habitat for Humanity Alpena Area Incorporated on September 8, 1989. more »»

Senior Center to hold Jail and Bail Fundraiser March 23

March 7, 2015 The Center’s account at the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan has become a crucial link in helping them bridge the gap felt by funding cut. more »»

Former Alpena native, BIG A Scholarship applications available

March 7, 2015 Family, Friends and the Alpena High School Football and Basketball Coaches are again offering three $500 scholarships at Laingsburg High School, in memory of BIG A (Jason E. more »»

Peter Madcat Ruth to perform March 14

March 7, 2015 Grammy award winning Peter Madcat Ruth has established an international reputation through his exhilarating, riveting virtuosity on the harmonica. more »»

ACT to present ‘I Hate Hamlet’

March 6, 2015 Don’t get the wrong idea here. Just because Alpena Civic Theatre’s latest show is titled “I Hate Hamlet” doesn’t mean it’s a Shakespearean-style play. more »»

German American Am See Club to meet March 15

March 6, 2015 The German American Am See Club will hold its annual Fruhlingfest on Sunday, March 15, 2015, at the Belknap Township Hall. Dancing, with music by Anne and the Polka Pals, will start at 2:30 p.m. more »»

Sunrise Side Bulletin Board

March 6, 2015 A Taste of Spain class reschedeled The March 12 A Taste of Spain class at Art in the Loft with Nick Myers and Stephanie Gandulla has been postponed until April 9. The time is 5:30 -7:30 pm. more »»

Art in the Loft receives grant

March 5, 2015 Art in the Loft (Gallery 109) has been awarded a grant of $16,000 in operational support from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA). more »»

Small school makes big impact

March 5, 2015 On Thursday, March 5, St. John Lutheran School in Rogers City will be impacting the lives of over 500 people in their community and state. more »»



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