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  • Cooperative Elevator Company expands services in North Branch; meeting set for MARCH 19
    02 March
    (AREA) -- Michigan Farm Bureau recently recognized the industry's up-and-coming leaders during the Young Farmer Leaders' Conference in Acme. Sixteen of the state's top young farmers, ages 18-35, were chosen as finalists in four individual contest categories geared toward measuring their agricultural involvement, leadership and…
  • Marlette woman injured in early morning crash
    02 March
    (ELMER TOWNSHIP) -- A 48-year old Marlette woman was taken to Marlette Regional Hospital early Monday morning after her vehicle entered a ditch and rolled over, coming to rest on its wheels. Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies say the crash took place just after 5 a.m.…
  • Success showcased at MFB leadership conference
    02 March
    (AREA) -- Michigan Farm Bureau recently recognized the industry's up-and-coming leaders during the Young Farmer Leaders' Conference in Acme. Sixteen of the state's top young farmers, ages 18-35, were chosen as finalists in four individual contest categories geared toward measuring their agricultural involvement, leadership and…
  • Authorities find problem with recent drugged driving law
    02 March
    (AREA) -- Authorities say there's a problem with a recent Michigan law allowing police to conduct a preliminary roadside analysis for drugs and other intoxicating substances in addition to alcohol. Lawmakers inadvertently changed the law to prevent field sobriety tests from being used as evidence…
  • Small plane makes emergency landing in Arbela Township
    02 March
    (ARBELA TOWNSHIP) -- Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies say a small plane made an emergency landing in an Arbela Township field Friday afternoon. The pilot and a passenger were not injured. Authorities say the privately owned plane left Bishop Airport on an apparent training exercise. The…
  • Officials seek to boost food assistance at farmers markets
    02 March
    EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Officials want to boost the use of food assistance benefits at farmers markets in Michigan. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits in Michigan are distributed via the electronic Bridge Card program. The federal food assistance program is commonly known as food…
  • Seven arrested in Clay Township narcotics investigation
    27 February
    (CLAY TOWNSHIP) -- The St. Clair County Drug Task Force arrested seven individuals in a narcotics investigation that took place at a residence in the 6100 block of Swartout road in Clay Township on Thursday, February 26. Officers serving a search warrant seized heroin, pills,…
  • Sanilac County Drug Task Force conducts "Meth" Lab raids in Worth Township
    27 February
    (WORTH TOWNSHIP) -- After months of investigation, the Sanilac County Drug Task Force raided two separate "meth" lab operations in Sanilac County's Worth Township. The first took place at a residence on Forest Road. Drug Task Force Director Jim Johnson says large quantities of materials…
  • Our "Shop Your Hometown First" contest in full swing
    27 February
    (AREA) -- Residents are encouraged to enter Sanilac Broadcasting's "Shop Your Hometown First" contest. Register to win gift certificates weekly at participating businesses and on April 17, one lucky person will win the grand prize of $500 in gift certificates divided equally to each business.…
  • Three suspects in gas station armed robbery arraigned
    27 February
    (AREA) -- The three suspects arrested in connection to the February 16 armed robbery of the Admiral Gas Station on Pine Grove Avenue in Port Huron were arraigned last week and remain jailed in St. Clair County. Police say a man wearing a bandana over…
  • Deadline for Sanilac County 2015 Dog Licenses extended
    26 February
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- The deadline for Sanilac County residents to purchase their 2015 dog licenses at standard rates is Saturday, February 28. Sanilac County Treasurer Trudy Nicol says that deadline has been extended until Monday, March 2. Licenses may be purchased at the Sanilac County…
  • DNR awards more than $4 million in grants for projects battling invasive species
    26 February
    (AREA) -- The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will award 20 grant projects more than $4 million under the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program. The program brings a comprehensive approach to the ongoing problem of harmful, non-native invaders such as Asian Carp. The initiative involves…
  • Harbor Beach Schools fill vacancy on the board
    26 February
    (HARBOR BEACH) -- The Harbor Beach School board interviewed two candidates for the vacant board position earlier this month. The vacancy was left after Tony Pedrotte resigned due to scheduling conflicts. After interviewing Michael Climer and Beth Gonzales, the board selected Michael Climer to fill…
  • Michigan township supervisor accused of driving super drunk
    26 February
    (MARINE CITY) -- The top elected official in a St. Clair County community has been charged with driving while she was super drunk. Cottrellville Township Supervisor Kelly Fiscelli was arraigned Tuesday in Marine City District Court on a charge of operating with a blood alcohol…
  • Worth Township Armed Robbery Suspect Pleads Guilty
    25 February
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- The 27-year old Lexington man charged in the armed robbery at the Sunrise Marathon Gas Station in Worth Township last November has plead guilty. Clint Radanovich appeared in Sanilac County District court Tuesday and plead to the armed robbery charge. Authorities say…
  • Deckerville Elementary School Principal Allen Hosler retiring at the end of school year
    25 February
    (DECKERVILLE) -- The Deckerville School Board accepted with regret, the resignation of Elementary Principal Allen Hosler Tuesday night. Mr. Hosler has served in education for nearly 37-years. His resignation is effective June 30. Superintendent Tricia Pawlowski says the position will be posted within the district…
  • School bond proposals pass in Sandusky and Caro
    25 February
    (AREA) -- Residents in the Sandusky School District approved a $4.6 million bond proposal by a margin of 147 votes Tuesday. There were 502 yes votes cast and 355 no votes. Superintendent Mike Carmean expressed his appreciation to the residents of the community for their…
  • Drug Raid nets marijuana and heroin in Port Huron
    25 February
    (PORT HURON) -- More illegal drugs were taken off the streets late Monday night following a drug raid in the 500 block of 15th Street in Port Huron. St. Clair County Drug Task Force officers and the Sheriff's Special Response Team seized $2,000 in marijuana,…
  • Michigan Historical Commission approves 4 new site markers
    25 February
    (AREA) -- The Michigan Historical Commission has approved historical markers for four new sites in the state. The Bayview Yacht Club in Detroit is set to receive a marker commemorating the Port Huron to Mackinac sailboat race. Another historical marker approved by the commission on…
  • Marlette asking city residents to turn on their faucets
    25 February
    (MARLETTE) -- The City of Marlette is asking residents to turn their faucets on inside their homes to a trickle to avoid problems with frozen pipes due to the extremely cold temperatures.
  • Brown City Council gives City Manager Holmes an A-
    24 February
    (BROWN CITY) -- It was report card time for Brown City Manager Clint Holmes at Monday's City Council meeting. In his semi-annual evaluation by council members, Holmes received 1050 points from a possible score of 1155, which equals 92% or 'A-'. The city manager was…
  • Three arraigned in Marysville Credit Union Armed Robbery
    24 February
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- Officials say three Detroit area residents have been arraigned on charges related to the armed robbery of the Genisys Credit Union in Marysville last Friday afternoon. 46-year old Edward Pointer-Bey, 45-year old Ervin Roland-Bey, and 42-year old Subryana Allen were arrested…
  • CPS Schools discuss TLC Daycare Program during meeting
    24 February
    (CARSONVILLE-PORT SANILAC) -- The Carsonville-Port Sanilac School board spoke with a group of parents during last Thursday's meeting regarding the TLC Daycare Program offered in the elementary. Until it's re-evaluated and re-structured, the program will be open on snow days and cold weather days whenever…
  • Trial set for mother accused of dismembering son's body
    24 February
    (AREA) -- A trial date has been set for the St. Clair Shores mother accused of killing and dismembering her adult son's body. 61-year old Donna Scrivo has been charged with first-degree premeditated murder and dismemberment in the death of 32-year old Ramsay Scrivo. Her…
  • Croswell-Lexington takes top honors in Sanilac County Academic Games
    23 February
    (AREA) -- The 30th annual Raymond T. Dunbar Sanilac County Academic games took place Saturday at St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron. Teams from Brown City, Carsonville-Port Sanilac, Croswell-Lexington, Deckerville, Marlette, Peck and Sandusky competed in several areas. Cros-Lex came out on top…
  • St. Clair County man seriously injured in snowmobile crash
    23 February
    (EMMETT TOWNSHIP) -- A 27-year-old Wales Township man was seriously injured in a snowmobile crash Saturday in the 1300 block of Imlay City Road. Officials with the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department say the man collided with another snowmobile operated by a 31-year old Columbus…
  • Yale home destroyed by fire Saturday
    23 February
    (YALE) -- A 5-alarm fire damaged a two-story home at 102 Park Avenue in Yale Saturday afternoon. Kenockee Township Assistant Fire Chief Bill Click says heavy smoke was coming from the second floor when crews arrived just after 4 p.m. Kenockee Township Fire was covering…
  • Breaking and entering complaints reported in Tuscola County
    23 February
    (TUSCOLA COUNTY) -- Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies say two residential break-ins were reported over the weekend in Arbela Township. In both cases, a vehicle backed into the driveways, the suspects walked around the homes and then broke in. There are possibly two suspects involved in…
  • Mitt Romney's niece picked to head Michigan Republican Party
    23 February
    (LANSING) -- A niece of Mitt Romney has been picked to lead the Michigan Republican Party. Ronna Romney McDaniel was elected Saturday by delegates attending the party's convention in Lansing. Bobby Schostak didn't seek another two-year term after four years as chairman. The 41-year-old McDaniel…
  • Snover man struck and killed by car in Sandusky
    23 February
    (SANDUSKY) -- Sandusky Police continue to investigate a fatal car-pedestrian accident that happened Saturday evening on the east service drive of the Sandusky Wal-mart. The victim, 23-year old Everett Tyler Hartwick of Snover, was struck by a vehicle driven by 53-year old Linda Levitt of…

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