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The Alpena Blues Coalition is now accepting logo design entries for the 13th Annual Alpena Blues Festival. [Read More]
Rod Cordes, chief of the Barton City Fire Department, has been the private organization's leader since 1983 and takes pride in workin... [Read More]
Leadership is something every community needs in order for it to gro. [Read More]
The Alpena Resource Recovery Facility, the county-wide recycling agency that is taxpayer funded and collects recycling materials in all... [Read More]
Come Friday Alpena Regional Medical Center will become MidMichigan Medical Center - Alpena. [Read More]
Friday the Alpena Planning Commission will host a special meeting and could vote to approve the site plan for a new office building that... [Read More]
Alpena County Library offers a unique opportunity Thursday to discover the library's Special Collections Dept. [Read More]
Emergency first responders give of themselves in order to help others. [Read More]
There could be a final decision on the sale of Alpena Regional Medical Center during the Alpena County Board of Commissioners meeting... [Read More]
The Alpena Public Schools Board of Education approved extending contracts for 15 administrators for one full year during its meeting Monday... [Read More]
An animal neglect and abandonment case in Alpena County has taken a toll on the local court system and the Huron Humane Society, as they... [Read More]
You often hear them before you see them during the Christmas season, but there is no mistaking who is making the sounds near the front... [Read More]
OSCODA— The Rogers City boys basketball team won against Oscoda on Monday, 54-46. [Read More]
Joining the military requires sacrifice, both of the men and women heeding the call of duty and of their families. [Read More]
By JARED GREENLEAF Cheboygan Daily Tribune CHEBOYGAN—After losing a 15-point lead, all looked lost for the Cheboygan Lady Chiefs in the final minut... [Read More]
Thunder Bay Junior High students blew themselves out of the water Friday, managing to more than double the amount of non-perishable food... [Read More]
There are few professions where a person puts their life on the line each and every time they report to work. [Read More]
The holidays are a time of giving and gratitude, especially Christmas, but don't let your generosity outstrip your finance. [Read More]
Michigan's current inexpensive gas prices are doing more than giving people an economical commute to work. [Read More]
ALPENA— When choosing the perfect Christmas tree, the first step is to decide whether you would like an artificial tree or a real tree. [Read More]
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