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The Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a single vehicle injury accident that
occurred on September 27th, 2014 at approximately 4:00 pm near the intersection of Robinson and Germania Rd in Greenleaf Township. According to investigating Deputies; a 2000 International tandem truck owned by Grekowicz Farmswas being driven by a 63-year-old Grand Rapids man while
Mutt March Begins This Weekend   Goodells County Park will be the place on Sunday for the 15th annual Mutt March, a charity fundraiser pledge walk as sponsored by the Blue Water Area Humane Society.  Registration starts at 10:30 AM and the walk
A principal at an elementary school in Roseville will become the new Superintendent for the Marysville Public School District.  A meeting Friday for the Board of Education saw about 2 hours of discussion, with Board President Kevin Palmateer saying their pick, Shawn Wightman, comes after a unaminous decision by the board, with contract negotiations to follow.  Former Marysville
Clean up efforts and health monitorings continue after a student from the Port Huron Area School District's Central Middle School brought a container of mercury onboard a school bus Friday morning.  The same bus also picked up students to take them to Roosevelt Elementary.  Superintendent Jamie Cain says after the discovery the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and other
This Sunday is Airport Appreciation Day and that means that kids can take free airplane rides at the St. Clair County International Airport. The program is called Wings, Wheels, and Watercraft and is sponsored by the St. Clair County Experimental Aircraf
  This weekend sees the dedication for the new kayak launch ramp on the Black River.  Port Huron Parks and Recreation is teaming up with the Blue Water Young Professionals to officially dedicate new bike racks, benches, and the kayak launch.&nbs
  It's a couple thousand visitors in town the next couple days, with the Miss Michigan USA and Miss Teen Michigan USA pageants happening, at McMorran Place today and Saturday. The event sees the contestants, along with their families and friends
  It's your chance to go back in time to when steamships ruled the Great Lakes.  Saturday will see the 6th annual Whistles on the Water, in the city of St. Clair, with the opportunity to hear historic steam ship whistles. A custom trailer ha
  The Coast Guard 9th District is warning Great Lakes boaters that falling water temperatures pose safety risks even as air temperatures stay warm. The National Weather Service reports that the water temperatures in Lake Huron are down to 60 degrees
Lots of plans and lots of potential... that's the former Art Van property in downtown Port Huron.  The St. Clair County Board of Commissioners purchased the property earlier this year, with the Library Board and the Parks and Recreation Commissi
The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is hoping the public can help them solve the Tuesday morning burglary of the Capac Pharmacy.  Still photos from the store's surveillance cameras show three males, believed to be in their teens or early 2
It's a Wall of Fame going up at Radio First in Port Huron.  The wall will celebrate local radio talent and personalities both past and present, with General Manager Scott Shigley saying the first to go up on the wall will be former General Manag
  Michigan Veteran Resource Service Center launched this week   The center provides veterans and their families access to federal benefit programs, state services and local resources around the clock, 365 days a year. More info is at michiganvet
  By the end of the year there will be no more Blue Light Specials, for the Kmart store, in Port Huron Township.  Company officials say, the store along 32nd Street will close, in early December, with a liquidation sale to start Sunday.  Po
  Trial proceedings have started, this week, in St. Clair County Circuit Court for a 44-year-old Port Huron woman charged with murder.  The case began in February, as Port Huron Police responded to the 900 block of St. Clair Street, for a report
Republican Governor Rick Snyder and his Democratic challenger, Mark Schauer have agreed to a town hall-style debate to be broadcast on Detroit Public Television. The candidates will face off in a one-hour debate, at 6:00 p.m. October 12, at Wayne State U
A regular session last night for the Port Huron City Council saw approval given to submitting a report to the federal government regarding the city's use of the Community Development Block Grant and HOME funds.  City Planner Kim Harmer says with
There is a new position in the Port Huron Area School District....Keely Baribeau is now the Community Relations and Marketing Director.  The announcement, by Superintendent James Cain, came during a regular Board of Education meeting.  Baribeau
Not just a senior center, but rather a community center.  The St. Clair County Council on Aging held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for its new center, being built in the village of Capac.  The council's Laura Newsome says it'll be a
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