Articles by Phil Heimerl
Winds that gusted to 60 miles per hour have swept across Michigan, knocking down trees and power lines and cutting off electrical service to at least 195,000 homes and businesses.
A 14 year-old central Michigan boy who came to the rescue of a rape victim fleeing a homicidal ex-convict is drawing praise from classmates and family for his courage.
Hundreds of people have gathered outside the Michigan Capitol for a gun-rights rally, a few days after President Barack Obama called for new restrictions.
All eyes are on the NASA rover Curiosity.
Alpena Public Schools is already seeing the successes of its’ concerted effort to improve the math skills of students.
Alpena County is currently accepting applications for a new caretaker for the fairgrounds.
The Rogers City Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual business meeting Thursday morning, and filled three board seats left vacant by term limits.
A familiar face has been hired to head up the Alpena Area Visitors and Convention Bureau.