He said he served for 30 years on the Alpena School Board -- which is where he went to school -- and previously served on the Alpena City Council. On one hand, he said he thinks the Affordable Care Act is a disaster and some residents have said their insurance premiums have gone up. Material from the Associated Press is Copyright - 2016, Associated Press and may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. We hope you've enjoyed your preview of NWADG.com. You've now read the maximum number of stories available without a subscription.
The man was taken to a medical center for evaluation, according to state police in Boone County. The Fayetteville hospital closed roads to the hospital, leaving open only Memorial Drive, according to the dispatch report. The veterans affairs hospital in Branson, Mo., and Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville were also told to look out for the man, according to the report. } TRY NWADG FREE FOR 30 DAYS ACCESS. We hope you've enjoyed your preview of NWADG.com. You've now read the maximum number of stories available without a subscription.