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Friday afternoon at 3:34 PM. Port Huron Police responded to a call of a person bleeding from the chest on the 1200 block of Varney Street. When officers arrived on the scene they found a 59 year old man had been stabbed in the chest. The man was transport
Asian Carp
  Legislative moves to stop the advance of the Asian Carp into the Great Lakes is being introduced in Congress and the U.S. Senate.  Senator Debbie Stabenow and Congresswoman Candice Miller made a joint announcement Thursday on a bill they are i
Port Huron to Mackinac Race given state historical recognition   Some state recognition for the Port Huron to Mackinac Yacht race.  The Bayview Yacht Club's Mackinac Race Chairman, Peter Wenzler, tells us a marker will designate the race as
Apartment fire sees no injuries   The Port Huron Fire Department responded at around 2:15 p.m., yesterday afternoon to a fire at a home along 12th Avenue, in Port Huron's Terrace Apartments. According to Port Huron Fire Department Battalion Chief
East China School District authorities say St. Clair High School was placed in a "secure mode" Friday afternoon.  In a statement on the district website officials said: "This afternoon St. Clair High School went into secure mode per ou
Unspecified injuries reported initially in a two vehickle accident at the intersection of Rawlins and Poplar today.  The near 10th Avenue mishap kept firefighters busy at about 2 p.m. Police say it appears one of the drivers failed to yield the righ
Trustee Ronda J Ryan
A local trustee of the Port Huron Schools Board of Education has been acknowledged by the Michigan Association of School Boards. Trustee Ronda J Ryan has been a member of the Port Huron Schools Board of Education since August 2011 and, this month, the Mic
Blue Water Convention Center
  The St. Clair County Board of Commissioners met in a regular session, Thursday night, hearing presentations from SEMCOG membership reps regarding the proposal which would increase the state sales tax from 6% to 7% to supplement the transportation f
Robo bartender may not be a good idea   A plan that has surfaced to have robots attend customers at bars is not being viewed well by some lawmakers. State Senator Rick Jones, a former Sheriff, says you need a human to help determine whether or not yo
State Representative Dan Lauwers
Film Tax Credit in Michigan back on the hot seat   There's an effort underway at the state Capitol to kill the so-called Hollywood film tax credit of $50 million. A spokesperson for the Michigan Chamber of Commerce told the House Tax Policy Commi
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