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  • St. Clair County Health Department advises no swimming in the St. Clair River along the Marysville Beach area
    Until further notice, the St. Clair County Health Department advises residents to avoid swimming or direct contact of the water in the St. Clair River along the Marysville Beach area due to a chemical spill of hydrofluorosilicic acid from the Marysville Water Treatment Plant. The Marysville Fire Department and St. Clair County Hazmat team are at the scene of the spill.
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 13:30
  • Dog that survived being shot with crossbow gets new home
    (NEWPORT) -- A dog that survived being shot in the head with a crossbow has a new home at an animal rescue and rehabilitation facility in Monroe County. The 65-pound black-coated mastiff-Labrador mix named Gemma was found wandering in North Branch in March by a construction worker with an arrow lodged above her left eye. A veterinarian later removed the arrow. Reports say the dog…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:28
  • Sanilac County Sheriff's Office Work Crew Receives Donation
    Sanilac County Sheriff's Office Work Crew Receives Donation
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- Sanilac County Sheriff's Work Crew Supervisor Doug Shagena recently receives a $100 donation from Marlette Treasurer Sarah Kady on behalf of the City of Marlette for the Crew's hard work at the city park during the "Dog Days of Summer" celebration.
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:24
  • High water, waves erode Chrysler Beach in Marysville
    (MARYSVILLE) -- High water on the Great Lakes is making waves for Marysville. Chrysler Beach on the St. Clair River is being damaged by erosion. Barry Kreiner is head of the Marysville Department of Public Works. He says waves are starting to wear down the beach, which has decreased by a third to a half in places. He says waves also have undercut stone rip-rap,…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:24
  • New Patrol Vehicle Approved for Brown City Police Department
    (BROWN CITY) -- The Brown City Council Monday approved the purchase of a new vehicle for the police department. A 2016 Ford Explorer Interceptor will replace the departments current 2005 Crown Victoria. The city budgeted $27,000 for the purchase. Outfitting the new Explorer with items such as radios, radar, and decals will add at least $5,000. In other business, the council was informed that the…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:23
  • Lane closures set as pulled-down pedestrian bridge rebuilt
    (DETROIT) -- Lane closures are planned on a Detroit freeway as the state rebuilds a pedestrian bridge that was pulled down last year after a trash truck boom slammed into it. Left lanes of the Southfield Freeway in both directions near Joy Road will close for a few weeks Wednesday night for work on the median wall. The project includes the removal and replacement of…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:22
  • Lapeer Road in Port Huron Twp. Open
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- Lapeer Road in Port Huron Township reopened at the I-94 overpass Tuesday afternoon with one lane open in each direction, without a traffic signal. The roadway has been down to one lane with a traffic signal since mid-April. The Department of Transportation's permit to close the road to one lane for bridge work has expired and an extension was denied. Work…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:09
  • Lapeer County Road Construction Alert
    Lapeer County Road Construction Alert
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- The Lapeer County Road Commission reports that beginning Monday, August 3, Bowers Road will be closed at Myers Road. All of the work will be happening along Bower Road and it will be blocked off on the ends and at Myers Road. There are cross-culvert replacements and other drainage work going on, so even emergency vehicles will not be able to get…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:08
  • Supporters of Confederate flag stage east Michigan caravan
    (LAPEER) -- A caravan of Confederate flag supporters has staged a moving rally in eastern Michigan in support of a symbol they say is about Southern heritage. Reports say more than 50 vehicles flew the Confederate flag in a caravan from Oxford to Lapeer on Sunday. Rally participant 26-year-old Amber LaFrance of Port Huron said the Confederate flag symbolizes "Southern pride and states' rights." 26-year-old…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 09:57
  • Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies investigate two-vehicle crash; driver arrested at the scene
    Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies investigate two-vehicle crash; driver arrested at the scene
    (WORTH TOWNSHIP) -- Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies responded to a two-vehicle head-on crash in Sanilac County's Worth Township Sunday afternoon around 5:30 p.m. According to deputies, a 22-year-old Port Huron man was traveling north on M-25 near Fisher Road in a 2007 Pontiac G6 when he crossed the centerline and entered the path of a southbound 2015 Chevy Cruze driven by a 59-year-old Fort Gratiot…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 09:46
  • Traveling Art Show Coming to Sanilac County
    (SANDUSKY) -- A 25-piece, traveling art show will open in Sanilac County on Thursday, July 30. "Creative Minds, Changing Minds," features works of art created by individuals who utilize Community Mental Health services in the state. The exhibit will be on display at the Personal Growth Center, located at 35 E. Sanilac Ave. in Sandusky July 30 through August 21 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:11
  • New Equipment at MHS Makes Cataract Surgery Easier, More Effective
    New Equipment at MHS Makes Cataract Surgery Easier, More Effective
    (SANDUSKY) -- McKenzie Health System has performed cataract eye surgery for a number of years, but now new equipment makes the surgery easier and more effective. "The CenturionĀ® Vision System allows older cataracts and very near-sighted eyes to be corrected much easier and with better outcomes," explained Nicholas Leone, MD, anOphthalmologist seeing patients at McKenzie Health System's Outpatient Clinic. "This couldn't have come at a…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 10:11
  • Thumb Region's Largest Motorcycle Run Expects to Draw Over 500 Riders
    Thumb Region's Largest Motorcycle Run Expects to Draw Over 500 Riders
    (MELVIN) -- The rumble of motorcycles will echo through the communities of Melvin and Marlette on Saturday, August 8 for the 11th annual Hog Town Run, which is a major fundraising event sponsored by Hog Town Inc. of Melvin. Each year, the annual fundraiser attracts participation from serious and casual motorcyclists throughout the state because it supports a very worthy cause. Over the past 10…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 09:57
  • Huron Community Fair happening this week in Bad Axe
    Huron Community Fair happening this week in Bad Axe
    (BAD AXE) -- The Huron Community Fair is happening this week in Bad Axe. Tonight's main event at the grandstand is the new Combine Derby at 7:30 p.m. Tonight at 6 p.m. it's the 4-H Talent Show with the Ambassador Court and Huron County Bean Queen. Tuesday it's Family Fun Night from 5-9 p.m. with the Horse Pulls at the grandstand at 7 p.m. The…
    Written on Monday, 27 July 2015 13:54
  • Verlander outlasts Archer, Tigers beat Rays 2-1
    Verlander outlasts Archer, Tigers beat Rays 2-1
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Justin Verlander outlasted Chris Archer for his first win this season and the Detroit Tigers avoided a three-game sweep by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 on Wednesday. Verlander (1-3), who retired his first 14 batters before Asdrubal Cabrera homered on an 0-1 pitch with two outs in the fifth, gave up one run, four hits and had 10 strikeouts.…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 15:01
  • Michigan ending legends program, retiring jersey numbers
    Michigan ending legends program, retiring jersey numbers
    ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Michigan will retire six jersey numbers in a ceremony at the Ohio State game Nov. 28, ending the school's "legends program" in which players were given the same numbers as some of the team's all-time greats. Michigan says it will retire Gerald Ford's No. 48, Tom Harmon's No. 98, Desmond Howard's No. 21, Ron Kramer's No. 87, Bennie Oosterbaan's No.…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:31
  • Lions sign free agent CB R.J. Stanford
    Lions sign free agent CB R.J. Stanford
    ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) - Free agent cornerback R.J. Stanford has signed with the Detroit Lions. The Lions announced the move Tuesday. The 27-year-old Stanford has spent the past three seasons with the Miami Dolphins. He played in five games for the Dolphins last season, making one start. Stanford was drafted in the seventh round by Carolina in 2010. He played for the Panthers in…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:30
  • Casali homers twice again, Rays trounce Price, Tigers
    Casali homers twice again, Rays trounce Price, Tigers
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Rookie Curt Casali had three hits and homered twice for the second straight game, leading the Tampa Bay Rays to 10-2 victory over the slumping Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night. Casali hit a two-run homer off All-Star David Price (9-4) in the fourth inning and added a solo shot off the former Rays ace for a 5-1 lead in the…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:30
  • NFL: Tom Brady defends himself
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has used Facebook to defend himself and team owner Robert Kraft has expressed his displeasure with Tuesday's NFL decision not to alter Brady's suspension. In a 507-word post Brady told followers that he had done nothing wrong nor had anybody in the Patriots organization in regards to letting the air out of footballs. He also said that…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 12:29
  • Michigan St RB Williams returning after weapons incident
    Michigan St RB Williams returning after weapons incident
    EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan State says running back Delton Williams is returning to the Spartans this fall as a non-scholarship athlete. Williams was suspended from the team in March, shortly after being arraigned on a charge of brandishing a firearm in public. He later pleaded guilty to a reduced weapons charge, according to court records. Michigan State says Williams violated a university ordinance…
    Written on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:15

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  • Minden City man killed in early Sunday morning crash
    27 July
    (BINGHAM TOWNSHIP) -- A 41-year-old Minden City man was killed early Sunday morning, just before 3 a.m. Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson says a truck driver called 9-1-1 to report…
  • Road Rage Incident lands Lexington man in jail
    27 July
    (WORTH TOWNSHIP) -- Police from several agencies in Sanilac County were dispatched to the area of Babcock and Burns Line Roads in Worth Township after several calls about a road…
  • Missing Argyle woman found safe
    27 July
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- The missing Argyle woman who walked away from her home was found unharmed in a corn field Monday afternoon. Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki says his department…

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