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Severe weather, summer heat, and scheduled maintenance added up to nearly a couple thousand Marysville residents off the grid Tuesday The initial power outage happened during the afternoon....before the thunderstorms....DTE Energy calling it heat related.  Later in the day severe thunderstorms struck the area knocking some 165,000 customers out of power across Southeast Michigan...over

Just ahead of the start of a new school year come some changes in the principals for the Port Huron Area School District.  Superintendent James Cain tells us Mike Palmer will take the lead at Port Huron High School, with Bethany Davis taking on the principal position at Central Middle School. Other job changes include Chris Collins moving on to principal at Thomas Edison Elementary, with

The St. Clair County Road Commission says Dove Road will re-open Thursday.  The work is almost completed on Dove, from a quarter mile east to a quarter mile west of Michigan Road.  The  $678-thousand dollar project saw Dove resurfaced, with businesses, residents and emergency vehicles having access to local properties.  The project was financed by the St. Clair County

If you're between the ages of 14 to 30 St. Clair County Community College is offering you a free Art Night.  High school and college students and community members are invited to attend up to four different 90-minute art workshops on September 19th.  Space is limited and registration is required. To register, call 989-5709.

It's your last chance to enjoy a free concert Thursday evening as that's the finale to the Rockin' The Rivers series as presented by Port Huron Parks and Recreation.  The headliners are the Elton Rohn band, featuring the music of Elton John, complete with costume changes and a set list straight from the 70's.  The band's Ron Camilleri says the popularity of tribute

It's been a long time in coming but Friday will see the Fort Gratiot Goodwill store reopening, complete with a ribbon cutting and giveaways and sales.  The store's Retail Director Don Nabozney says there'll be lots going on all day, starting at 9am with the ribbon cutting. Also, for the first 50 people through the door on Friday there'll be free gifts, as well as coffee and
The Port Huron Area School District Board of Education took the first step to selling off or demolishing the former administration building along Lapeer.  Board president Jeff Stout says with their new administration offices now in the McKinley Building along Riverside Drive, it's time to do something about the building. Stout says an assessment for a sale price would be the next
Last night's Marysville City Council session saw them adopting a resolution honoring the family of Walt Braun, who passed away earlier this month, at the age of 78.  Braun was known locally as a physical education instructor and coached a number of sports, most notably football.  City Manager, Randy Fernandez, says Braun had an enormous positive impact on the community, with
Local prices are down about a dime a gallon, following a AAA Michigan survey, showing the state average this week at $3.50 a gallon.
Leaves on some trees around the state are already turning yellow, a sign that fall “leaf peeping” season is near. Officials say rather than an early fall the cause might also be drought, fungus and even bugs
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