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  • Michigan farmer drives home national-level grand prize
    18 April
    (AREA) -- Michigan's first national-level Young Farmer Discussion Meet winner in 28-years drove home his grand prize this week. Huron County farmer Nathan Prill was handed the keys to his new Chevy Silverado, courtesy of General Motors and delivered through Thompson Chevrolet of Ubly on…
  • Port Sanilac man killed in motorcycle crash
    18 April
    (LEXINGTON TOWNSHIP) -- A 59-year old Port Sanilac man was killed early Friday morning around 6 a.m. while driving his motorcycle on E. Peck Road in Lexington Township. Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki says the initial investigation showed that the victim, William Hartnup, Jr., was…
  • St. Clair Co. Prosecutor testifies in support of measure to keep drugged drivers off the streets
    18 April
    (AREA) -- St. Clair County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Wendling testified this week in support of legislation to help keep dangerous motorists off Michigan streets by ensuring immediate jail time for repeat offenders and improved communication between law enforcement agencies. Prosecutor Wendling was invited to Lansing…
  • Representative Brown announces DNR, DEQ grants around the Thumb
    18 April
    (AREA) -- A number of grants from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Department of Environmental Quality will benefit natural sites in the Thumb. State Representative Terry Brown of Pigeon says the DEQ awarded a $2,844 grant to the Huron County Health Department and…
  • Teens injured in Thursday morning roll over crash in Marion Township
    18 April
    (MARION TOWNSHIP) -- Reckless driving and alcohol are believed to be factors in a crash involving two Deckerville teens Thursday morning. Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki says the roll over crash took place around 7:30 a.m. on Deckerville Road near Hunt Road as the two…
  • Former oilseed cooperative leader faces federal charges
    18 April
    (AREA) -- A former executive with Thumb Oilseed Producers Cooperative in Ubly faces prison time after being accused of causing soy flour containing salmonella bacteria to be introduced into interstate commerce. JoAnn Rutkowski pleaded not guilty during arraignment in March. She is charged with a…
  • Boy faces sentencing in fatal shooting of guest
    17 April
    (MARLETTE TOWNSHIP) -- A 12-year-old boy has pleaded guilty in the accidental fatal shooting of an 11-year-old friend who was an overnight guest at his home in the Thumb. Tyler Dunn died November 23 from a rifle shot inside a residence on Howard Road in…
  • Pennies stolen from home in Croswell
    17 April
    (CROSWELL) -- The Croswell Police Department is investigating a breaking and entering that took place at a residence on E. State Street in Croswell. Authorities say the suspects entered the home through an unlocked door. Several containers of pennies were stolen along with tools. It…
  • Drugs and guns seized during drug raid in Port Huron Township
    17 April
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- St. Clair County Drug Task Force Officers seized marijuana, drug paraphernalia, 8 firearms, and $2,500 in cash during a drug raid Tuesday night in the 900 block of 26th Street in Port Huron Township. The warrant was served around 8 p.m.…
  • Race for 84th House District State Representative has seven seeking seat in primary
    17 April
    (AREA) -- Seven candidates have filed their intent to run for the 84th District State Representative seat. Current Representative, Democrat Terry Brown of Pigeon, cannot run again due to term limits. The Republican candidates running in the August 5 primary include former State Representative Kurt…
  • Gratiot County man falls to his death in Ruth
    17 April
    (RUTH) -- A 58 year-old Elwell, Michigan man fell to his death Wednesday afternoon at the Ruth Cooperative Elevator Company location on Ruth Road in Huron County's Sherman Township. Sheriff Kelly Hanson says the victim, Michael Rempp, fell about 60 feet to the ground just…
  • Sandusky District Library "National Library Week" celebration
    16 April
    (SANDUSKY) -- The Sandusky District Library is having a "National Library Week" celebration Saturday, April 19. All children ages preschool-6th grade, who check out a book at the library between now and Friday, April 18, will receive a ticket to the party at the Sandusky…
  • Marijuana seized from Harbor Beach homes
    16 April
    (HURON COUNTY) -- More drugs were taken off the streets in Huron County following raids in Harbor Beach. The warrants were the result of an extended cooperative joint marijuana trafficking investigation conducted by the Huron County Sheriff's Office and Harbor Beach Police over the last…
  • State Rep. Terry Brown attends meeting on proposed nuclear waste site
    16 April
    (PORT HURON) -- State Representative Terry Brown of Pigeon attended a meeting this week at St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron regarding a proposed nuclear waste repository in Ontario, Canada, less than a mile from Lake Huron. There are concerns that radioactive material…
  • Barricaded/Suicidal Subject in arrested in Sanilac Twp. without incident
    16 April
    (SANILAC TOWNSHIP) -- No injuries were reported after a Sanilac Township man told his wife and kids to leave their home because he was suicidal. The incident was reported just before 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sheriff Garry Biniecki says deputies were sent to the home in…
  • Sanilac County jail inmates no longer staffing recycling center in Sandusky
    16 April
    (AREA) -- Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki informed County Commissioners that jail inmates will no longer be staffing the Sanilac County recycling center in Sandusky during Tuesday afternoon's Board of Commissioners meeting. Biniecki cited safety concerns as the reason behind pulling inmates from the site.…
  • Minden City woman arrested following vehicle chase with deputies
    15 April
    (SANILAC COUNY) -- A 20-year old Minden City woman was arrested after taking authorities on a 5-mile chase Sunday morning. Sheriff Garry Biniecki says the vehicle pursuit began around 8:30 a.m. on Patterson Road in Austin Township after the driver, Adrienne Christensen, failed to stop…
  • Recycle Unwanted Documents in Deckerville
    15 April
    (DECKERVILLE) -- Certified Public Accountant Scott C. Long is offering residents in Deckerville and surrounding communities a quick, easy, and responsible way to get rid of their unwanted paperwork and documents. Scott's practice has partnered with Shred Experts for the paper shredding event Wednesday, April…
  • McKenzie Health System Provides Free Medical Testing at "Project Healthy Living"
    15 April
    (SANDUSKY) -- McKenzie Health System will host a day of free and low-cost testing Saturday, April 26 to help area families prevent serious illnesses and better address existing health issues. Project Healthy Living offers tests for those 18 years of age and older. The testing…
  • 12th annual Flamingo Fling raises over $35,000
    15 April
    (AREA) -- The 12th Annual Flamingo Fling, which supports Sanilac County's Eva's Place Shelter, raised over $35,000. The event last Thursday was held at Demott's Westpark Inn. 150 women were in attendance. They took part in a variety of raffles and silent and live auctions.…


What are you doing to fight the winter weather blues?

Staying indoors - 44.4%
Playing in the snow - 7.4%
Heading to a warmer climate - 37%
Blues? I love this time of year! - 11.1%

Total votes: 27
The voting for this poll has ended

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