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Some reorganization steps for administrators at a Port Huron Area School District Board of Education meeting Monday night. The board approved three resolutions for Non-renewal of contracts. The school districts executive director of employee and human ser
All about Earth this week How would you like to celebrate Earth Day by walking among live butterflies in the Native Butterfly House, where you can see them all up close and even hand feed them!? Sheri Faust, of St. Clair County Health Department says, th
For the 40th consecutive year, the City of Port Huron has received an acknowledgement from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada with a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, for it's Co
Portion of Washington Avenue closed for road work The City of Port Huron will be making utility and pavement improvements on Washington Avenue from Stone Street to 10th Avenue. Due to construction, Washington Street will be closed to through traffic unti
Former U.S. Senator Robert Griffin
The funeral for Griffin is set for Tuesday in Traverse City. Griffin, who also was a former US House member as well as a member of the Michigan Supreme Court, died Friday. He was 91 Gov. Rick Snyder today ordered flags at half-staff in his honor.
It's all up to the people who make the reservations now...that being the newly opened Blue Water Convention Center which got a ribbon cutting ceremony and an open house over the last couple of days.  St Clair County Commission Chair Jeff Bohm say
Patterns recognition set for the weekend Featuring student work, Patterns is the longest continually published community college literary and arts magazine in the state and, it's published right here, at St. Clair County Community College. An annual
The Michigan House is poised to take up a bill that would resurrect a grant for adults who want to go back to community college and finish their degree. Nearly $3-million would be made available to adults who left community college but want to go back par
The ice has melted off Lake Michigan leaving clear, blue waters and some shipwreck photo ops for a Northern Michigan Coast Guard helicopter crew. The Traverse City-based crew were on a routine patrol off Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore when they sp
A bill before a Michigan House Committee would ease current restrictions on bake sales in Michigan public schools. It's in response to new nutritional standards that have effectively shut down sales that include anything on the federal restricted list
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