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The National Weather Service says high wave action and dangerous swimming conditions can be expected from Caseville to Port Huron along the Lake Huron shoreline.   Rip and longshore currents a possibility.  In addition a Small Craft Advisory issued for the area with 3-4 foot waves through tonight. The cooler than normal July continues this week with high temps only in
We haven't had many at all, this summer, but today marks an Ozone Action Day, as declared by the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments.  Monday was the first and today is the second Ozone Action Day.  SEMCOG says that means plenty of sunshine, warmer temperatures and increased humidity, with it causing potential health problems for those with respiratory diseases like

Today marks the first Ozone Action Day for 2014 as announced by The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments. Favorable conditions exist for an increase in ozone levels according to SEMCOG which means light winds and plenty of sunshine as well as warm temperatures.  This marks the 21st year of the voluntary program that helps keep Southeast Michigan’s air clean.  There were

Goodells County Park is the place to be this week for the annual St. Clair County 4-H and Youth Fair, with all the usual favorites going on such as the carnival, the animal showings and auctions, plus the demolition derbies and tractor pulls, and also available will be free vision screenings for children.  Dave Dykstra with the Port Huron South Park Lions Club tells us the free screenings

The Michigan Department of Transportation says work is to be done the last couple weeks of July and through the month of August with closures along portions of I-94 and I-69, with the closures needed for bridge work.  Officials say drivers should expect overnight closures, with other limited, short-duration closures occurring at various times of the day as well. Portable message signs will

The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office and Marine City Police Department held a joint training exercise Thursday the Marine City Middle School. The training, produced by Critical Training Group from Macomb Township, was a school bus scenario. A suspect with a handgun had boarded a school bus and taken hostages. Officers from Marine City responded first, then called for the Sheriff’s
Red, yellow, green and everything in-between... get ready to get doused with lots of colors Friday August 1st as Port Huron Parks and Recreation and the city's Police Department hold their 2nd annual Color Craze 5-K Fun Run event.  The city's Nancy Winzer tells our Paul Miller you can walk or you can run, and either way you'll be left with plenty of colorful memories.
The two people killed in a crash at Lakeshore Road and Burtch Road in Burtchville Township have been identified. According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, 15 year old Jarrod Robert Smith of Wixom, and his mother, 52 year old Karen Kay Smith died from injuries suffered in the crash.  21 year old Kaitlyn Smith was a backseat passenger.  She was transported to Port Huron
A difference like night and assessment on the improvements made the past year at the St. Clair County International Airport, the scene last night for a regular session for the county Board of Commissioners.  Chair Jeff Bohm says the improvements have led to increased corporate and business traffic, with an aggressive marketing campaign also in the works. The board last night
The parking lot of Radio First in downtown Port Huron was the scene Thursday, for a farewell party for longtime General Manager Larry Smith, who retired last month.  Smith’s entire 44 year career was spent working in radio in Port Huron, with Smith starting his career in 1970, as an Account Representative and part time Sports Broadcaster, for Wismer Broadcasting.  He
It was "so long" Wednesday, for former Port Huron City Manager Bruce Brown, as elected officials, business and community leaders and others gathered at the Double Tree by Hilton to wish Brown a farewell.  Brown says, his 5-year tenure saw recovery from economic strife, a downsizing for government and business and other perils, but what kept him on the job was being able to
The St. Clair County International Airport will be the scene, Thursday night, for a regular session for the county Board of Commissioners. Administrator, Bill Kauffman, says one addition to the airport site has been the former Blue Water Area Convention and Visitors Bureau structure, with plans to use the building for meeting space and other functions. Preparations to move it to the new
No official word on why, but internet outages were widespread Wednesday, in the Port Huron area, for some Verizon and AT&T customers.  Officials said it may have been tower work and network upgrades. Services were restored by late afternoon. There were no problems reported with emergency calls at central dispatch.
The local road commission, State of Michigan, and the Federal Highway Administration, have an estimated $957,000 worth of upcoming road construction planned for Fred Moore Highway.  The road resurfacing, 1/2 mile east of Mayer to 1/2 mile east of Allington Road is scheduled to start Friday. The project begins with ditch cleanout and driveway culvert replacement that will be
A group of corporations has pledged to contribute almost 27-million dollars toward the DIA's commitment to raise 100-million dollars to help Detroit emerge from bankruptcy. The largest donation of ten-million comes from Roger S. Penske and Penski Corporation.

Saint Clair County Sheriff Deputies say they have apprehended the second suspect in an armed robbery Tuesday morning at the Mobil gas station, at 32nd Street and I-69, where an undetermined amount of money was taken by two masked individuals at about 1:30 am.  According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, the a 16 year old male suspect was found yesterday, at his home in the 1700

More changes on the way for drivers along I-94. The next phase in the Michigan Department of Transportation's road reconstruction project through the I-94 / I-69 interchange in Port Huron Township calls for the hauling in of heavy concrete and bridge pieces creating a need to reroute traffic and safely steer clear of the area until that portion of work is finished.  MDOT's Diane
Horse rodeo, tractor pulls, livestock galore, carnival food, science exhibits and a whole lot more...That's the annual St Clair County 4H Fair coming to town next week in the Goodells County Park.  President of the 4-H Fair Board, Rob Usakowski tells us the livestock auction is one of the main highlights that takes place on Thursday of next week..Usakowski added that there are
The third annual Marine City Antique Show along the St. Clair River in Nautical Mile Park returns on July 19th and 20th and promises a weekend full of treasures old and new.  The show will feature vendors specializing in antiques, primitives and collectibles, and it draws attendees from a wide regional area.  Admission for the opening of the show, on Saturday the 19th from 10:00

Fizz, Boom, Read.. that's the theme for this year's summer reading program at the St. Clair County Library System.  Director Alison Arnold tells our Paul Miller each branch of the county libraries are taking part. Arnold says kids and teens are encouraged to continue spending time with books as they work on earning prizes for achieving various reading goals for the summer. 

Partners at Heart and the St. Clair County Health Department will be offering Free Blood Pressure and Body Mass Index (BMI) screenings on Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., in the Food Court at Birchwood Mall in Fort Gratiot. In addition, starting on Tuesday July 22nd, screenings will be available on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at Vantage Point Farmers Market from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m..
Images from the starting line on lower Lake Huron July 12, 2014
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