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  • Sanilac County beaches safe for swimming
    24 July
    (AREA) -- The Sanilac County Health Department reports that all beaches in the county have tested safe for swimming. Beaches tested include the Forester and Lexington County Parks and the Port Sanilac, Lexington and Forestville Village Parks. The public may access beach water test results…
  • Jogger attacked and killed by two dogs in Lapeer County
    24 July
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- Police say a 46-year old Livonia man has died after being attacked by two large dogs in Lapeer County's Metamora Township Wednesday evening. The incident took place around 5:30 p.m. in the 5500 block of Thomas Road, just south of Brauer Road.…
  • DNR Fishing Report for week of July 21
    24 July
    (AREA) -- The Department of Natural Resources has issued the fishing report for the Thumb and Blue Water Area. This week in the St. Clair River, walleye fishing was good after dark between Marine City and Port Huron. White bass continue to move along the…
  • Three people make it to shore after boat capsizes in Saginaw Bay
    24 July
    (HURON COUNTY) -- Authorities say three people were rescued from Lake Huron waters in the Saginaw Bay Tuesday after their boat capsized about a half mile off of the Port Crescent State Park campgrounds. Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson and Undersheriff Duane Miller were in…
  • Port Huron Hospital is now named McLaren Port Huron
    24 July
    (PORT HURON) -- The service and location hasn't changed, but Port Huron Hospital is now McLaren Port Huron. The new name was unveiled Wednesday. Back in May, McLaren Health Care finalized an agreement for Port Huron Hospital to join its network. The agreement includes expanded…
  • 18-year old killed in Tuscola County crash
    24 July
    (TUSCOLA COUNTY) -- Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a fatal crash that claimed the life of an 18-year old Thursday morning. The incident took place around 7 a.m. Deputies say the initial investigation shows that a vehicle, driven by the victim, was traveling east…
  • Walbro facility in Cass City receives state grant in return for creating new jobs
    24 July
    (CASS CITY) -- Walbro Engine Management LLC, a manufacturer based in Cass City, recently pledged to invest about $4.2 million into its facility, creating 28 new jobs. The company chose its current location over a competing site in Mexico. According to State Representative Terry Brown…
  • Eissmann plant to create 225 Port Huron jobs, auto supplier to invest $13.55 million in local economy
    24 July
    (PORT HURON) -- State Representative Paul Muxlow of Brown City has announced that a German automobile supply company plans to build a new North American headquarters and manufacturing facility in Port Huron, a move that is expected to create up to 225 jobs and pump…
  • Deckerville School Board approves coaching positions
    23 July
    (DECKERVILLE) -- The Deckerville School Board Monday night accepted with regret the resignations of Jessica Kubacki from her JV Volleyball coaching position and Monica Warczinsky as the 8th grade girls volleyball coach. Monica was hired to fulfill the open JV Volleyball coach position and Jessica…
  • Sandusky Community Schools to Host Town Hall Meetings
    23 July
    (SANDUSKY) -- The Sandusky Schools Board of Education is holding a town hall meeting on Wednesday, August 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Sandusky Elementary School Gymnasium. Plans for a possible February 2015 bond vote will be introduced to the community. The Building and Grounds…
  • Sanilac County CMH donates to The Blessing Garden
    23 July
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- On behalf of Sanilac County Community Mental Health employees, Jim Johnson, Executive Director of Sanilac County CMH, recently presented a check in the amount of $1,057.70 to Robert Sollman of The Blessing Garden. The funds raised during the CMH employees "Causal for…
  • Two arrested in Yale after stabbing
    23 July
    (YALE) -- Yale Police Chief Michael Redman says a man was taken to Port Huron Hospital early Wednesday morning after he was allegedly stabbed at a residence on Fourth Street. Police were sent to the residence at 12:13 a.m. for a reported felonious assault. The…
  • ST. CLAIR COUNTY: Standoff on Michigan Road end peacefully
    22 July
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- A standoff between St. Clair County Sheriff's deputies and a suspect in a criminal sexual conduct case ended peacefully Tuesday morning. Sheriff Tim Donnellon says the 28-year old Port Huron Township man was wanted for questioning in a CSC case involving…
  • Sandusky City Council tables 4-H Fair Fireworks decision
    22 July
    (SANDUSKY) -- Following the expression of concerns by members of the 4-H council, the Sandusky City Council tabled a request from the Sanilac County Fair Board for a variance to allow a fireworks display following the grandstand shows at this year's Sanilac County 4-H fair.…
  • St. Clair County Community Organizations receive money from AT&T
    22 July
    (PORT HURON) -- AT&T presented $12,000 in combined contributions to the United Way of St. Clair County and the YMCA of the Blue Water Area to benefit their work with local students and families on Monday. The United Way of St. Clair County received $7,000…
  • Counter-protest emerges amid child migrant plans
    22 July
    (VASSAR) -- A counter-protest has emerged in a small Michigan community where people have been rallying against a social services organization's proposal to house child immigrants from Central America. Opposing groups of protesters carried signs and sought honks of support from passing drivers on Monday…
  • Senator Pavlov to host town hall on protecting Lake Huron from nuclear waste dump
    22 July
    (AREA) -- State Senator Phil Pavlov of St. Clair Township is holding a public town hall meeting on Tuesday, July 29 in Port Huron on protecting Lake Huron from a Canadian nuclear waste dump. The event will be held at the Donald E Dodge Auditorium…
  • Lexington woman injured in roll over crash
    21 July
    (ARGYLE TOWNSHIP) -- Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies say a 19-year-old Lexington woman received minor injuries resulting from a single vehicle crash Saturday morning in Argyle Township. Police say Alicia Hanks was traveling east on Arglye Road near Wheatland Road around 9:30 a.m. when she lost…
  • Caseville man surrenders to police after 3-hour standoff
    21 July
    (HURON COUNTY) -- A three-hour standoff with police ended peacefully in Huron County as law enforcement officers from several agencies responded to an area on Kinde Road west of Thomas Road in Huron County's Meade Township Friday evening after a woman called to report that…
  • Frankenmudder run raises $25,000 for charity
    21 July
    (FRANKENMUTH) -- A 5-kilometer run and obstacle course in Frankenmuth that offered lots of mud on the course and beer afterward has raised $25,000 for charity. Frankenmudder took place Saturday in the tourist town known for its Bavarian theme. The inaugural event featuring more than…
  • Second "Free Food" Giveway by Food-4-Friends July 23 in Sandusky
    21 July
    (SANDUSKY) -- Sandusky High School's Food-4-Friends is holding the second of three free food handouts this Wednesday, July 23 at the Sandusky Elementary School, 395 S. Sandusky Road, beginning at Noon. The event will go until 2 p.m. The group, Food-4-Friends, was formed by Sandusky…
  • Governor Snyder visits two Thumb area farms
    21 July
    (AREA) -- Governor Rick Snyder made stops at two Thumb area farms last Wednesday, where he reiterated his commitment to the state's food and farm sector. During the appearances, Snyder announced the launch of his re-election bid's "Farmers for Rick" social media campaign. The Governor's…
  • Embezzlement charges have been issued against Lapeer County Judge
    18 July
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- Shiawassee County Prosecutor Deana Finnegan issued a 5-count warrant for Lapeer County Circuit Court Judge Byron Konschuh Friday. Prosecutor Finnegan was assigned as a special prosecutor by the State Attorney General after the investigation began back in February. Judge Konschuh has been…
  • Teens found in possession of marijuana at skate park in St. Clair
    18 July
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- St. Clair County Drug Task Force officers seized illegal drugs and made several arrests following two raids this week. The first took place Tuesday evening around 6 p.m. at the skate park on Carney Drive in St. Clair. Officials received information…
  • Two hurt in early morning Tuscola County crash
    18 July
    (GILFORD TOWNSHIP) -- Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies say two people were injured in a single-vehicle crash early Friday morning on Gilford Road near Reese Road. Deputies and emergency crews were sent to the scene just after 1:30 a.m. Investigators say that the vehicle had been…
  • Cros-Lex Schools settle case, agrees to policy changes
    18 July
    (CROSWELL-LEXINGTON) -- The Croswell-Lexington School district last month agreed to implement significant policy changes with respect to its investigation and handling of allegations of sexual harrassment and sexual abuse by school district employees. The policy changes include annual training for school district employees, parents and…
  • St. Clair County's plan to up trash draws questions
    18 July
    (KIMBALL TOWNSHIP) -- St. Clair County officials are fielding questions about their plan to process more Canadian trash at a local landfill. County commissioners earlier this month approved a three-year contract with Canadian company Enertec Inc. to bring more trash to the Smiths Creek Sanitary…
  • Mother and son killed in collision with milk hauler in St. Clair County
    18 July
    (BURTCHVILLE TOWNSHIP) -- A mother and son from Wixom were killed Thursday after their vehicle collided with a milk tanker in St. Clair County's Burtchville Township. Sheriff Tim Donnellon says the incident took place around 3:30 p.m. when a Ford Explorer, driven by a 15-year…
  • Joint law enforcement EXERCISE held in Marine City
    17 July
    (MARINE CITY) -- The St. Clair County Sheriff's Department and Marine City Police held a joint training exercise Thursday at the Marine City Middle School. The training included a scenario where a suspect with a handgun boarded a school bus and had taken hostages. During…
  • Fatal Tuscola Township crash was the result of medical condition
    17 July
    (TUSCOLA TOWNSHIP) -- Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies have released the name of the 56-year old Frankenmuth man who was killed in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday in Tuscola Township. Sheriff's deputies say the crash was reported just after 9 a.m. along Hart Road near Weaver. An…

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