Alabaster Township, MI

Deborah Ann Brady

Deborah Ann Brady, of Glennie, passed away peacefully with family by her side on Friday, June 24, 2022, at her home near Glennie. She battled liver cancer for the last few months. Debi was born on February 14, 1949, in Standish to Freeman and Sally (Hartman) Rigg. After attending high...
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Get out your napkins: It’s time for Country Ribstock in Caseville

Hear that sound? That's a rumbling noise coming from the stomachs of barbecue fans eagerly anticipating Caseville Country Ribstock, which will take place Friday, June 24, through Sunday, June 26. Ribstock is the brainchild of Caseville Area Chamber of Commerce President Steve Louwers, who was a business owner 14 years...
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Varsity track season recap

HALE – The Varsity Eagles track season has come to an end. While the team didn’t obtain any wins throughout the spring due to the lack of runners on the team, the Eagles still managed to come out with a state qualification and many personal records. On May...

East Tawas woman arrested after narcotics delivery caused overdose death

EAST TAWAS, Mich. (WJRT) - An East Tawas woman has been arrested after the delivery of narcotics left one man dead last March. Michigan State Police troopers are investigating the dead of 35-year-old East Tawas resident, Eric Robert Jordan. Troopers said that they arrived to the 500 block of Westover Rd. at 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 for a medical emergency.

Police Arrest Michigan Woman Accused Of Delivering Drug In Deadly Overdose

WEST BRANCH, Michigan (WNEM) — In mid-March, Michigan State Police were dispatched to a medical emergency in East Tawas where the victim overdosed on narcotics allegedly delivered to them by another East Tawas resident. The event occurred on March 15. East Tawas first responders and Michigan State Police troopers attempted first aid, but the victim – a 35-year-old East Tawas man – was pronounced dead at the scene. After further investigation, MSP determined the victim died of an overdose. MSP then identified a suspect, 35-year-old Cara Elizabeth Cummings, of East Tawas, who allegedly delivered the narcotics. On Friday, June 3, Cummings was arrested on a two-count felony warrant. While the incident remains under investigation, the MSP West Branch Post urges anyone with information to contact their office at 989-345-0956. To remain anonymous, those with information can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-5245. The-CNN-Wire™ & © 2022 Cable News Network, Inc., a WarnerMedia Company. All rights reserved.

East Tawas woman charged with giving fatal batch of fentanyl to man who died in March

TAWAS CITY, MI — An East Tawas woman is facing a life offense for allegedly providing drugs to a man who suffered a fatal overdose. About 5 a.m. on March 15, Michigan State Police troopers and paramedics responded to a medical emergency at a residence in the 500 block of West Westover Street in East Tawas. They arrived to find 35-year-old Eric R. Jordan unresponsive.

Twining man to be imprisoned for booby trap crime

ARENAC COUNTY – An Arenac County man who was accused of setting up a booby trap in his home to kill police officers in January 2021, has been sentenced to prison. Roger Allan Broadstone, 68, of Twining, appeared before Arenac County’s 23rd Circuit Court District Judge David Riffel last Wednesday, June 15. He was sentenced to 41 months to 10 […]

From the Desk of

Below is School Superintendent Christopher Ming’s speech during Au Gres-Sims’ Class of 2022’s commencement ceremony June 3. Tonight, we celebrate the achievements of the senior class of Au Gres-Sims. This night is the culmination of thirteen years of schooling and is a celebration of the young men and women sitting before us, but it is also a tribute to the work of each person in our bleachers.
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Creenan: Opportunity comes knocking

Earlier this month, I got to shoot photos for Caseville’s high school graduation in their rather nice school auditorium. The lighting could have been better for us photographers, but hey its for the kids. Based on some recent life decisions that I will divulge into shortly, it was kind...