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Alpena Runaway Juvenile

The Alpena County Sheriff's Office is on the look out for a juvenile runaway.

According to officials Alex Varty, 17 years old, is a Ward of the 26th Circuit Court Family Division.

Varty is a five foot seven white male with brown hair and blue eyes, weighing around 130 to 140 pounds.

Authorities say Varty could be driving a blue 2000 Chevrolet four by four stepside pickup with a Michigan tag reading DCL3714.

Varty could be accompanied by 17-year-old Michael Dietz of Alpena.

Investigators were told the two were heading west, possibly through the Upper Peninsula.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Deputy Steven Slominski at 989–354–9839 or Central Dispatch at 989–354–9111.

St. John the Baptist Fall Festival

Saint John the Baptist hosted their annual Fall Festival today. Kids and adults gathered at the Church in Alpena from 11 am to 4 pm for multiple auctions, bingo games and a bake sale.

There was also a dinner served in the dining room and a live band playing for guests to enjoy. Chairperson of the event Gen Reynolds says this event is important to keep the Church going and fun for the community as well.

"We have music going on and everything so try to have fun for everybody. There's kids games so, there's bingo, the big old bingo thing so the kids can play games while the parents go play bingo so we try to make it all around fun for the whole family."

The event has been taking place for quite a few years and this year proved to be successful.

Beryle's Bowling Bash

Thunder Bay Bowling Lanes hosted Beryle's Bowling Bash today. Residents of all ages got together at the bowling alley to support Hospice of Michigan and participate in some fun and games.

Hospice of Michigan is an organization that offers services to people who are in terminal conditions. They provide nursing services, social workers and even counseling for families who are grieving. Today also remembered the life of a woman who was taken care of by the organization.

She is survived by her daughter Diane who says Hospice of Michigan helped her and her family get through a difficult time.

"It's just a wonderful, wonderful organization and I cant say enough about how much they enabled us to keep my mom at home until the end. And that was her wish so Hospice is a great organization."

Johnson also said she was very pleased with the turnout this year and her family is very appreciative of all the support. There was a minimum donation of ten dollars per bowler and all proceeds of the event went to the Hospice of Michigan.

Police Department vs. Fire Department Hockey Game

The Alpena Fire Department and the Alpena Police Department went head to head in an ice hockey game at Northern Lights Arena last night. Hundreds of people of all ages gathered together to watch the "Pigs 'N Heat" game as the life–saving teams faced off.

The Fire Department were dressed in red jerseys and the Police Department dressed in blue and each player got a notable entrance. The night was all for a good cause benefiting The Children's Advocacy Center of Northeast Michigan. All proceeds went to this program which is a healing center for children who have suffered from abuse and neglect.

"We do a lot of forensic interviews on children with abuse and neglect allegations. And to see that the firefighters and the law enforcement get together on a light–hearted event is good to see, and their families too."

Raffle tickets were sold to help raise money and food was available for purchase. The final score of the game last night was Heat 4, Pigs 1.

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