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(SANILAC COUNTY) -- Beach water testing in Sanilac County showed all bathing beaches are safe for swimmers. The Health Department says the five bathing beaches tested include the Forester and Lexington County Parks and the Forestville, Port Sanilac and Lexington Village Parks. Waters tested safe at the Blue Water Subdivision, Forester Creek, Miller Creek and Mill Creek. The public may access beach water test results online at www.deq.state.mi.us/beach 

(MUSKEGON) -- Julia Smith of Sterling Heights has won the 2013 Miss Michigan Outstanding Teen pageant. The 14-year-old earned a $1,000 scholarship in addition to winning the title Wednesday in Muskegon. The first runner-up was Sarah Anderson of Bay City, who won a $700 savings bond scholarship. The rest of the top five was Brooklynn Lambert of Monroe; Erica Kennedy of Lapeer; and Alisha Gatchel of Greenville. The teen pageant is for girls ages 13 to 17. 

PHOTO: MLive.com

(JEDDO) -- Reid Dairy Farm, in St. Clair County, will host the free "Breakfast on the Farm" event Saturday, June 15 in Jeddo from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The family-friendly day gives consumers a glimpse of what modern production agriculture is all about. Reid Dairy Farm is located at 7096 Vincent Road in Jeddo. Breakfast will be served from 9 a.m.-Noon. In addition to a free pancake breakfast featuring Michigan-made products and self-guided tours of the farm, visitors will learn about the life stages of a dairy cow, see how nutrients are recycled on-site, and learn how the farm utilizes solar energy to power its barns. Tickets for the event are limited and available at:

Algonac
Algonac-Clay Library
Seaway Bank

Allenton
CSB Bank

Almont
CSB Bank
Vinckier Foods

Armada
CSB Bank

Capac
Capac Library
CSB Bank

Clifford
Clifford Library

Clinton Township
MSU Extension

Columbiaville
Columbiaville Library

Croswell
Eastern Michigan Bank

Emmet
CSB Bank

Fort Gratiot
Eastern Michigan Bank
Hadley
Hadley Library
Imlay City
CSB Bank
Ruth Hughes Memorial District Library

Ira
Ira Library

Kimball (Wadhams)
G. Lynn Campbell Library
St. Clair County Farm Bureau Office
Vinckier Foods

Lakeport
Burtchville Library
Eastern Michigan Bank

Lapeer
Elba Library
Marguerite deAngeli Branch Library
MSU Extension

Lexington
Eastern Michigan Bank

Marine City
Marine City Library

Marysville
Eastern Michigan Bank
Marysville Library

Memphis
CSB Bank
Memphis Library

Metamora
Metamora Library

Otter Lake
Otter Lake Library

Port Huron
Eastern Michigan Bank
MSU Extension
Port Huron Library

Richmond
Richmond Library
Seaway Bank

Romeo
Romeo Library

Sandusky
Eastern Michigan Bank
MSU Extension

St. Clair
St. Clair Library
Seaway Bank

Yale
CSB Bank
Vinckier Foods
Yale Library

PICTURED: Goma Dairy Farm, a family-owned and operated dairy farm in Marlette, Mich., hosted a Breakfast on the Farm on July 21, 2012.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 15:03

Arrest made in rash of Yale B&E's

(YALE) -- Yale Police Chief Michael Redman says an arrest has been made following a rash of breaking and entering complaints in the Yale area over the past several weeks. Officers acting on tips, served a search warrant Tuesday at a home in the 500 block of N. Main Street in Yale. A 26-year old man was arrested and several pieces of evidence were processed at the scene. Officers were assisted by the St. Clair County Major Crimes Unit and Detectives from the Sanilac County Sheriff's Department. No other information is being released pending further investigation.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 12:01

Sanilac County Wheat Field Meeting June 13

(AREA) -- Sanilac County's annual Wheat Field meeting is set for Thursday, June 13. The tour of the field trials will start at 6:30 p.m. at Stoutenburg Farms on Banner Road, a mile east and one and a half miles south of Sandusky. A light sandwich supper and refreshments will be provided, courtesy of Michigan Ag Commodities. For more information contact the Sanilac County MSU Extension Office at 810-648-2515.

(BROWN CITY) -- Brown City will now hold regular elections for local offices on even years in November. The resolution to make the change from both the even and odd year November election date was approved by the council Monday. There was no public input on the resolution during a public hearing. In other business, the council scheduled Brown City Clean-Up Days for Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26.

 

Tuesday, 11 June 2013 16:58

Cause of MMA fighter death determined

(ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- The St. Clair County Medical Examiner has determined a cause of death in connection to a mixed martial arts fighter from Nigeria who died shortly after a match in Port Huron on April 7. 35-year old Felix Nchikwo collapsed shortly after the fight at the American Legion on 6th Street and died a short time later at Port Huron Hospital. An autopsy determined that Nchikwo suffered from Cardiac Arrhythmic Disorder causing sudden cardiac death. He had been living in Canada on a student visa.

PHOTO CREDIT: Magdalena Garneau, Canada.com

(SANILAC COUNTY) -- The Sanilac County Board of Commissioners met yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon and received the annual financial audit report for the 2012 fiscal year. William Tucker, a representative from Abraham and Gaffney, told commissioners that the agency awarded the county an "unmodified/clean" opinion, which is the best opinion given on financial statements. Tucker also reported that the county had $8,837,241 in general expenditures last fiscal year, which is a 2.9 percent increase from 2011.

Commissioners also received an annual report from Sanilac County Veteran's Affairs director Shannon Kreger. A total of $13,445,000 was given to Sanilac County veterans in 2012, including healthcare coverage. 252 veterans either passed away or moved out of the county, and a total of 4,101 flags and markers were placed on veterans' gravestones.

 In other business, commissioners honored Sanilac Medical Service director Steve Kipp for his 7 years of service to the county. Commissioners also accepted the terms of a grant agreement with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to install handicapped accessible playground equipment at Forester Park.

(SANILAC COUNTY) -- The 2nd Annual Sanilac County Public Safety Day is this Saturday, June 15 at the Sanilac Shrine Park, just west of Carsonville on Shrine Park Road. The public is invited to attend. There will be police, fire, and EMS vendors on display from Noon-5 p.m. and horseshoe, golf, and softball games from Noon-4 p.m. A helicopter is expected to land at around 3 p.m. A concession stand will be on site until 3 p.m. and the refreshment counter will be open until midnight. The steak cook-out is from 4-7 p.m. and tickets are $15 per person. The Sanilac County Policemen/Firemen Awards Program will follow the steak dinner at 7 p.m. During the ceremony, the citizen, firefighter, law enforcement officer, dispatcher, and EMT of the Year will be honored. Music and dancing will wrap up the evening from 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Tickets are available at any Sanilac County Public Safety Agency or by contacting Sandusky Fire Chief Todd Hillman at 810-648-3366.

(LEXINGTON) -- Sara Ylen appeared in Sanilac County District Court Tuesday for her pre-preliminary exam on six felony charges stemming from a lengthy investigation into fraud. Bond for the 38-year old Lexington woman was continued and her preliminary exam was set for July 9 at 1:30 p.m. Ylen has been charged with

false pretenses, using a computer to commit a crime, and health care fraud after claiming for years that she had cancer. State police say they couldn't find a doctor who made that diagnosis. The fraud case in Sanilac County is one of two criminal cases against Ylen. She's also accused of filing a false felony report and tampering with evidence in St. Clair County. A preliminary exam is set for June 18 at 9:30 a.m. in St. Clair County District Court. Authorities say Ylen falsely accused a man of rape last September and used makeup to create what looked like bruises. The false felony report charge carries a maximum 4-years in prison, while the tampering with evidence charge carries a maximum 10-years if convicted. In November 2012, in a different case, a man convicted of raping Ylen was released from prison after nearly 10-years. New evidence showed Ylen had made false rape allegations that same year in California and the St. Clair County prosecutor's office dropped the case.