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  • Deckerville Hospital offering latest technology in breast cancer screening and detection
    22 May
    (DECKERVILLE) -- Women who undergo routine mammograms at Deckerville Community Hospital now have the latest screening and diagnostic technology available to them. The hospital recently installed Fujifilm's Aspire breast imaging solution. In addition to greater imaging capabilities, the equipment offers a reduction in radiation compared…
  • Enjoy Michigan's Summer Free Fishing Weekend June 13-14
    22 May
    (AREA) -- The annual Summer Free Fishing Weekend is set for Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14. That weekend, residents and nonresidents can fish without a license, though all other fishing regulations still apply. Michigan has celebrated the Summer Free Fishing Weekend annually since…
  • Port Huron welcome center opens after year of construction
    22 May
    (PORT HURON) -- A larger Port Huron welcome center designed for motorists entering the United States from Canada is now open. The Michigan Department of Transportation announced the opening on Friday. Travelers cross between the U.S. and Canada in Port Huron at the Blue Water…
  • Motorcyclist escapes serious injury after run in with deer
    22 May
    (TUSCOLA COUNTY) -- Tuscola County Sheriff's deputies say a 58-year old Kingston man received minor injuries after swerving to miss a deer on his motorcycle early Thursday morning. The incident took place just after 5:30 a.m. on Kingston Road near Rossman Road. Deputies say the…
  • Area residents to be honored during 43rd Annual Meet of Champions in Caro
    22 May
    (AREA) -- High school sports fans will have the opportunity to see over 250 of the area's finest track and field athletes compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals at the 43rd annual Meet of Champions next Tuesday, May 26th at Stamats Fiield at Caro…
  • Sunoco to pay woman's $2,800 bill over 'false alarm' smells
    21 May
    (ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP) -- Sunoco Logistics has agreed to pay a $2,800 bill for a Michigan woman who called the fire department several times for what she thought was a hazardous smell. Firefighters went to Venessa Davis' St. Clair Township home several times last year…
  • Brown City Principal Barry Markwart leaving post for new position at Mayville Community Schools
    21 May
    (BROWN CITY) -- The Brown City School Board Monday accepted with regret the resignation of High School Principal Barry Markwart. Mr. Markwart has been hired as the new Superintendent/High School and Middle School Principal for Mayville Community Schools. The Mayville School Board voted to go…
  • Sanilac County CMH announces award recipients
    21 May
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- Sanilac County Community Mental Health has recognized two outstanding employees for the dedication to the people and patients of CMH. Krystal Whiteside was awarded with the 2015 "Staff of the Year" award. CMH Executive Director Jim Johnson says Krystal is helpful to…
  • House panel approves Representative Lauwers resolution for GMO food labeling
    21 May
    (BROCKWAY TOWNSHIP) -- The House Committee on Agriculture this week approved a resolution introduced by State Representative Dan Lauwers, urging Congress to adopt a national label program for genetically modified food. Lauwers of Brockway Township, says a uniform, scientifically based labeling system is necessary to…
  • SANILAC COUNTY: Monday, May 25 Memorial Day Services and activities
    21 May
    Memorial Day Services (AREA) -- The Port Sanilac VFW Post #8872 will hold Memorial Day services on Monday, May 25 at the Ridge Cemetery at 9 a.m., Pine Hill Cemetery at 9:15 a.m., St. John Cemetery at 9:30 a.m., Washington Cemetery at 10 a.m., St.…
  • Food-4-Friends collecting donations in Sandusky
    21 May
    (SANDUSKY) -- Sandusky High School students involved with Food-4-Friends are collecting donations at the intersection of M-46 and M-19 in Sandusky Thursday, May 21, Friday, May 22, and Saturday, May 23. The group was formed in 2012 with hopes of raising money to purchase food…
  • Yale man injured in Speaker Township crash
    20 May
    (SPEAKER TOWNSHIP) -- A 25-year old Yale man was seriously injured after he was thrown from his vehicle Tuesday night in a single vehicle crash along Wellman Line Road. Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies say the driver was traveling east at a high rate of speed…
  • Sanilac ISD Superintendent receives high marks during evaluation
    20 May
    (PECK) -- Sanilac Intermediate School District Superintendent Duane Lange received high marks on his evaluation for this school year. Board members gave him 3.87 out of 4 points or a 96%. Lange scored highest for his understanding and implementing of business and finance at the…
  • Nine new outdoor sculptures coming to Port Huron
    20 May
    (PORT HURON) -- The Port Huron Art Initiative is installing nine new outdoor sculptures in the city. The sculptures are scheduled to be installed on Thursday. They will join three others. The nine new sculptures are beach-specific. One sculpture references fish. Another involves a woman…
  • Free household-hazardous-waste, tire, electronics and pesticide collection offered in Sanilac County
    20 May
    (AREA) -- Sanilac County residents and farmers are welcome to participate in a free one-day household hazardous waste, tire, electronics, and pesticide collection. The event is sponsored by the Sanilac County Board of Commissioners with additional funding from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural…
  • MDOT lifts traffic restrictions to ease Memorial Day travel
    20 May
    (AREA) -- This Memorial Day weekend, MDOT is removing lane restrictions on two-thirds of its road projects to ease traffic delays for holiday travelers. AAA Michigan estimates 1.1 million motorists will be using Michigan roads and bridges during the annual kick-off to summer, the most…
  • Sandusky Tractor Supply Hosting Pet Event; Purina Days Supports Adoptions, Local Animal Groups
    20 May
    (SANDUSKY) -- Tractor Supply Company in Sandusky, located at 47 Dawson Street, is hosting a pet event Saturday, May 30 to encourage adoptions and support local animal groups. The event is being held in conjunction with Purina Days, which is May 27-May 31. Tractor Supply…
  • Sanilac County Farm Recognized by MAEAP
    19 May
    (AREA) -- The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development's Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program recently recognized O'Hair Farms, Inc. of Croswell as a verified farm in the Livestock System for implementing appropriate pollution prevention practices. The program assists farmers to comply with state and…
  • Sheriff's Office Work Crew Program Receives Donation
    19 May
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- Sanilac County Sheriff's Work Crew Supervisor Deputy Doug Shagena recently received a $75 donation on behalf of the Sheriff's Office from Snover Recreation Director Jeanie Lohela. The money will be used towards the needs of the program. The work crew helps area…
  • Woman guilty of murder in death, dismemberment of adult son
    19 May
    (AREA) -- A jury in southeastern Michigan has found a 61-year-old woman guilty of first-degree murder in the killing and dismemberment of her adult son. The Macomb County Circuit Court jury on Monday convicted Donna Scrivo of first-degree murder and mutilation of a body. Prosecutors…
  • Deckerville Schools hire new Elementary Principal
    19 May
    (DECKERVILLE) -- Ubly Schools Curriculum, Title 1, and Special Education Coordinator, Yvonne O'Connor will take over Elementary Principal duties at Deckerville Schools starting July 1. O'Connor was hired by the Deckerville School Board Monday to fill the position that become available with the retirement of…
  • Pigeon mother accused of child abuse appears in court; trial set for July
    19 May
    (BAD AXE) -- The 31-year old Pigeon woman accused of hitting her child several times with a belt inside the Bad Axe Wal-Mart will stand trial in July. Officials say Kellie Jo Peeples has been charged with third degree child abuse. She appeared in Huron…
  • 2015 Sandusky Thumb Festival Button Winner
    18 May
    (SANDUSKY) -- This year's winner of the Sandusky Thumb Festival Button Design Contest is 15-year old Sandusky Schools student Mackenzie Anglebrandt of Snover. Mackenzie won the $100 cash prize for her tractor sketch, courtesy of Paul Davis Restoration. Mackenzie is the daughter of Heather Anglebrandt…
  • Intoxicated man found in ditch
    18 May
    (WORTH TOWNSHIP) -- Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a possible hit and run case after a 53-year old Lakeport area man was found lying in a ditch on St. Clair Road near Wellman Line in Worth Township Sunday evening. Deputies report that the intoxicated…
  • Boil Water Advisory in Vassar lifted
    18 May
    (VASSAR) -- The boil water advisory for residents in the city of Vassar has been lifted. The city had been under the advisory since Thursday when a large water main broke at Cass Avenue and Oak Street.
  • "Click It or Ticket" campaign underway
    18 May
    (AREA) -- The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office and other law enforcement agencies around the state have started the "Click It or Ticket" seat belt enforcement campaign, which runs through May 31. The effort aims to reduce traffic deaths and serious injuries by increasing seat…
  • Stolen tractor recovered in Huron County
    18 May
    (HURON COUNTY) -- Two Port Hope area men were instrumental in the recovery of a stolen tractor that was reported nearly three weeks ago in Huron County. Sheriff Kelly Hanson says the men were driving along in Gore Township Friday evening north of Kaufman Road…
  • Port Huron woman charged with attempted murder of a police officer
    18 May
    (PORT HURON) -- Authorities say a 26-year old Port Huron woman has been charged with attempted murder of a police officer stemming from an incident last Wednesday. Officers responded to the 2900 block of 22nd Street that afternoon on a suspected marijuana complaint. While on…
  • Owner charged with cruelty after dog shot with arrow
    18 May
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- Authorities have charged a Lapeer County man with animal torture after his retriever was found with an arrow in the top of her head. A warrant has been issued against the man but he hasn't been arraigned on the charge. The dog…
  • Three teens injured in Friday evening crash
    18 May
    (MOORE TOWNSHIP) -- Three Deckerville teenagers were injured Friday evening in a single-vehicle crash that happened on Downington Road near Sheldon Road in Sanilac County's Moore Township. Sheriff's deputies say a 17-year old Deckerville boy lost control of the SUV that he was driving and…

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