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  • Officials: Endangered mussel in way of pipeline
    24 April
    (AREA) -- Officials say a small endangered mussel is in the way of plans for a massive water pipeline to serve parts of Michigan, including Flint. The Karegnondi Water Authority wants to cut its way quickly through the Black River in Sanilac County as it…
  • Bad Axe man arrested after undercover prescription pill buy
    24 April
    (BAD AXE) -- A 34-year old Bad Axe man was arrested Wednesday afternoon after selling prescription pills to an undercover officer. Bad Axe Police were assisted by the Huron County Sheriff's Department after an anonymous tip stated that the suspect was selling the prescription medication…
  • Imlay City moves to hire Tom Youatt as City Manager
    24 April
    (IMLAY CITY) -- The Imlay City Commission moved to hire current West Branch City Manager Tom Youatt as the next Imlay City Manager during their meeting last Tuesday. The top six candidates were interviewed and narrowed down to the top three. Youatt was interviewed by…
  • CPS students learning with iPads
    24 April
    (CARSONVILLE-PORT SANILAC) -- Carsonville-Port Sanilac Schools Board members were informed last Thursday that each student in grades 6-12 have been issued an iPad. Teachers at the district are incorporating them into their classroom lessons and student textbooks have been downloaded to each iPad. CPS students…
  • Cros-Lex and Marysville High Schools rank in top 50 in U.S. News & World Report
    24 April
    (AREA) -- Cros-Lex and Marysville High Schools have ranked in the top 50 in the state of Michigan, according to the U.S. News and World Report Best High School rankings. Data from more than 19,400 public high schools in the country was analyzed for the…
  • Races for Sanilac County Commissioner, Road Commissioner, House of Rep., Senate, and Judgeship on Aug. 5 Ballot
    23 April
    (AREA) -- Sanilac County voters will see a couple contested races on the August 5 primary ballot. In the race for District 2 County Commissioner, incumbent Justin Faber of Deckerville is being challenged by former commissioner Nort Schramm of Sandusky on the Republican ticket. The…
  • Culinary Institute of Michigan opens restaurant
    23 April
    (PORT HURON) -- The Culinary Institute of Michigan has opened a learning restaurant for students to get practical experience at Baker College of Port Huron. Courses restaurant is open from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. Second-year students prepare and serve the food…
  • D.A.R.E. Track Meet in Deckerville, May 1
    23 April
    (DECKERVILLE) -- The Sanilac County Drug Task Force will host the 23rd Annual Junior High Invitational Track Meet Thursday, May 1 on the Deckerville High School Track at 4 p.m. Boys and girls from all seven Sanilac County Schools will participate in track events. The…
  • Sandusky H.S. Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced
    23 April
    (SANDUSKY) -- Sandusky Schools have announced that Melanie Mrozek is the Valedictorian and Jarred Dorman is the Salutatorian of the graduating class of 2014. Melanie is the daughter of Scott and Donna Mrozek. She plans to attend Central Michigan University in the fall to pursue…
  • Lapeer County Seasonal Speed, Load, and Weight Restrictions to be lifted this week
    22 April
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- The Lapeer County Road Commission reports that frost laws will be lifted, effective Friday, April 25 at 12:01 a.m.
  • Marysville woman hospitalized following collision with semi
    22 April
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- An 83-year old Marysville woman was hospitalized after her vehicle collided with a semi-truck Tuesday afternoon. St. Clair County Sheriff's deputies say the crash took place shortly before 1 p.m. when the woman was traveling west on Lapeer Road. As she…
  • Marine City plans to cut lifeguards at beach
    22 April
    (MARINE CITY) -- Plans in Marine City call for cutting lifeguards and closing bathrooms at its beach as part of a budget-balancing effort by the community along the St. Clair River. Cutting lifeguards will reduce an about $200,000 city deficit by about $30,000. A public…
  • Historic railroad depot to be moved 900 feet away
    22 April
    (CLARE) -- A century-old mid-Michigan railroad depot will soon be on the move. The Clare Railroad Depot is set to move about 900 feet away on Tuesday. The historic depot was used to transport lumber, goods and supplies to the city, which developed at a…
  • DNR reminds residents that spring wildfire season is under way
    22 April
    (AREA) -- Although many parts of the Upper Peninsula may still have signs of winter and rain showers have swept across much of the state, the DNR reports that firefighters from numerous fire departments have responded to multiple wildfires in the Lower Peninsula. With conditions…
  • School districts get leeway in making up snow days
    21 April
    LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan is giving school districts more flexibility in making up for snow days this academic year. Districts that had scheduled more than the required 174 days of school can now hold just that number if they still meet the required 1,098…
  • National Drug Take Back Day, Sat. April 26
    21 April
    (AREA) -- A number of local law enforcement agencies are joining the Drug Enforcement Administration on Saturday, April 26 during national Drug Take Back Day, giving residents an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by safely disposing of dangerous, expired, unused, or unwanted prescription…
  • Peck woman seriously injured in crash
    21 April
    (ELK TOWNSHIP) -- A 60-year old Peck woman was seriously injured in a two-car crash Monday morning at the intersection of Peck and Farr Roads in Sanilac County's Elk Township. Deputies say the crash took place around 8:30 a.m. when a pickup, driven by 40-year…
  • Sanilac County Sheriff's Deputy Horst and K-9 Baki doing great job for department
    21 April
    (AREA) -- Sanilac County Sheriff's K-9 Baki and his handler Deputy Josh Horst were able to successfully track two individuals last week. The first was Monday, April 14 when the pair was sent to the Decker area in Lamotte Township for a domestic violence in…
  • Two men who died in experimental plane crash ID'd
    21 April
    (VENICE TOWNSHIP) -- Authorities have released the names of two men who were killed when an experimental plane crashed in a Michigan farm field. Saturday afternoon's crash killed 63-year-old Richard K. Hayward of Vassar and 49-year-old Mark J. Kozan of Caro. The crash happened in…
  • M-24 construction lane closure
    21 April
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- Motorists traveling along M-24 in Lapeer County Tuesday will see intermittent lane closures due to pot hole patching between Nepessing and I-69. MDOT will be setting up the first phase of construction on the roadway Thursday, shifting traffic to the southbound side…

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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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