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Port Huron Northern celebrated their 50th Anniversary at the Golden Anniversary event held Monday morning. In additon, and announcement was made that the event also marked the start of their "Fund Our Floor" campaign, a fund drive created in t
James Freed
Debt management resolution given council approval   For the first time in recent history the City of Port Huron now has a debt management policy. Council members approved the item last night during a regular meeting acting on a recommendation from Ci
Harmer addresses council
Housing improvements part of city grant discussions Monday   Port Huron Council members last night gave the go-ahead for a new partnership between the Port Huron neighborhood Housing Corporation and the City of Port Huron for the Blight program. 
Gasoline prices up a bit in Michigan   The latest weekly survey from AAA Michigan has the average price of gas up about 3-cents to $1.96 per gallon. That marks the fourth week in a row that prices have been under two dollars a gallon. Some pumps this
Charlisa Wood
Child abuse case sees St. Clair County Circuit Court sentencing   19-to-50 years in prison.  That was the sentence handed down yesterday by St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Lane for Charlisa Wood of Port Huron.  The 22-year-old
Local Chamber has new members, officers   The Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce will welcome new board meetings this year.  of the year. New members are Kimberly Appel, Keely Baribeau, Laura Cottengim, Andrew Paul, and Michael Turnbull. The bo
Another bridge project in the county   Construction on Gratiot Road Bridge over Pine River in St. Clair Twp. is set to begin on February 9, weather permitting. The bridge construction includes removal of the old bridge, placing new concrete abutments
College gearing up for popular “free” event   It's an annual event each spring that draws over a thousand to the campus of St. Clair County Community College, and registration for it is coming up.  It's the 13th annual Free C
Mayville Republican Mike Green
Gun permit bill likely to be re-introduced   A Governor vetoed bill that would have eliminated gun boards is expected to be re-introduced in the Michigan House.  Mayville Republican Mike Green says “he has been in direct contact with the g
Suspect Michael Still
The Michigan Attorney General's Office has charged a St. Clair County man, already serving time in prison, with solicitation to murder.  The A-G's Criminal Division says 28 year old Michael Still wrote a letter that was intercepted by prison
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