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Couple charged with multiple sexual assault crimes
In 2008, a 6-year-old child reported incidents at school. Investigators weren’t able to gather enough evidence to hand out charges. Now, both Massengill and Massengill-King were arraigned in the 81st District Court on Monday.
Michigan Powerball player wins $1 million
A Michigan lottery player is now $1 million richer.A lucky player matched the five white balls drawn in Saturday’s drawing: 11-14-32-43-65.The ticket was bought at a Kroger Store, located at 43893 Schoenherr Road in Sterling Heights.The $1 million winner should contact the Michigan Lottery Public Re
Weekend Recap: Former teacher found dead, Second Montcalm Crash, Velsicol Clean-up
A former Mt. Pleasant teacher was found dead as he was facing trial for molesting five students, according to the Associated PressRELATED:Ex-California teacher, former Mt. Pleasant teacher, dead on last day of trialA Gratiot County Animal Control employee is now on administrative leave after she was
Popular restaurant closing it's doors after 37 years of business
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- It's true, after 37 years of business, the Taco House in Traverse City will be closing it's doors at the end of the year.
Largemouth Bass Virus confirmed in Cedar Lake
“Largemouth bass virus appears to infect other related fish species, including smallmouth bass, bluegill and black crappies, but to date is only known to kill largemouth bass,” said Gary Whelan, the DNR’s fisheries research manager. “The disease typically kills large adult fish and die-offs affect a
Pair of newcomers vie for PI County probate judge
Erik Stone and Katy Conklin are vying to replace incumbent Judge Donald McLennan, who is retiring at the end of the year from probate court, which oversees family matters, including estate issues, juvenile criminal cases, and cases stemming from Children’s Protective Services cases.
Newcomer challenges Peterson for Montmorency board
“Those may not be popular, but things have to be done in order to run a balanced budget,”Peterson said.
Burke challenges LaCross for Alpena probate judge
LaCross has been judge for 12 years, while Burke has been an attorney for 26 years, 23 of those years in Alpena. She has litigated many probate cases.
Hurons firing up for homecoming week
It is homecoming week in Rogers City and the student body is on board for lots of fun. Special days, election of representatives for each class, a pep rally and homecoming dance are planned. And, of course, a football game Friday evening at 7 with the Hurons looking for their eighth win.
Public record from Sept. 28 and Oct. 5 in 49th Circuit Court
REED CITY — The following are arraignments, pleas or sentences occurring in 49th Circuit Court in Osceola County on the dates of Sept. 28 and Oct. 5:• Michael Stephen Morris, 30, of LeRoy, was sentenced to between 11-41 months in prison with 293 days credited for guilty pleas to three counts of utte
The day Presque Isle County burned
METZ TOWNSHIP — In 1900, Presque Isle County had 8,821 residents. By 1910, the county’s population stood at 11,229.
Vote here for The 5th Down’s top play from week eight
Which highlight is the top 5th Down play in week eight?Hillman's Gunner Mellingen sprints on 92-yard touchdownHillman's Gunner Mellingen sprints on 92-yard touchdown0 ( 0 % )Alpena's Logan Guthrie Rushes for 77-yard touchdownAlpena's Logan Guthrie Rushes for 77-yard touchdown0 ( 0 % )Au Gres-Sims' C
APS buys three new buses
Mary Lyon, associate superintendent for business and operations for APS, said Zaremba Equipment of Gaylord submitted the lowest bid of $266,346. The bid also included engine sound packages and extended engine warranties of 120 months or 200,000 miles.Superintendent John VanWagoner said it takes abou
Big third quarter propels Hillman to big win over Onaway
“Hillman is obviously super talented and well coached. They have some speed on that team and I though in the first half we played okay, but just couldn’t punch it in when we needed to,”Onaway coach Steve Klinge said.“We just got outmatched in the second half and I think that’s all there is to it, we
Don’t buy the spin; time to shut down Line 5
I read recently that Gov. Rick Snyder and Enbridge came to an agreement on Line 5, and that U.S. Rep. Bergman and state Sen. Jim Stamas worked hard on the deal, as well. The agreement was to build a tunnel under the Straits of Mackinac to replace the Line 5 pipeline. The project should take seven to
Truck fire fought in Alpena
Alpena police and fire responded to a truck fire on Ninth Avenue on Friday near Clem’s Bait and Tackle. Firemen were able to quickly put out the blaze.
Lions Club members updated on activities at all levels
There is lots going on at all levels. In addition, he updated the club about the other local Lions Club, the Alpena Evening Lions Club.
‘Alpena’s still home’
The three were on Friday honored with a luncheon, spoke at the homecoming assembly, participated in the homecoming parade, and were honored before the homecoming football game against Petoskey.
NaNoWriMo: write a novel in a month
National Novel Writing Month, also called NaNoWriMo, is a month-long challenge where participants attempt to write a 50,000 word novel on a topic of their choice.
Preview, live thread and updates: Michigan vs. Wisconsin
ANN ARBOR, Mich. —The stage is set with a primetime night game between No.12 Michigan against No.15 Wisconsin. Both team's with a win control their chances of playing in Indianapolis for the Big Ten this season. Michigan has won five straight games since losing its opener at rival Notre Dame in Week