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May 20, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Students to collect money for food

Donations sought May 21-23 in Sandusky Since 2012, the Food-4- Friends group at Sandusky High School has collected donations at the main traffic light in downtown Sandusky during the Memorial Day weekend. More...

Opening Day for ball season

Saturday was Opening Day for the Sandusky Youth Athletic Association’s baseball and softball season. More...

News

Man pleads in assault case

A Melvin man has pled guilty and no contest to charges in a March assault case. Last week Michael V. More...

State plans work on M-46

The Michigan Department of Transportation has contracted for road surface sealing work on M-46 in Sanilac County in the next few weeks. More...

Winning button for Thumb Festival

The Sandusky Chamber of Commerce has announced the winner of the button design contest for the 2015 Sandusky Thumb Festival. Makenzie Anglebrandt, 15, of Snover, designed the button. More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Seven Friends of Youth to be honored

Every year at the annual Thumb Track and Field Meet, Sanilac school districts honor local citizens who have made significant contributions to youth through the years during opening ceremonies. More...

Kick off summer with fun events in Port Huron

PORT HURON — There is no better indication of summer and the fun that the season brings along with it in Port Huron than the arrival of Memorial Day on May 25. More...

Did you know?

In 1814 following the War of 1812, the United States established Fort Gratiot at the base of Lake Huron. French colonists had a temporary trading post and fort at this site in the 17th century. More...

Sports

Lady Eagles 1st, Raider boys 2nd in regional Track & Field

49 from area qualify for state

In a hectic weekend of high school track and field, the Deckerville girls varsity team came away with a regional title while the Marlette boys just missed. More...

Lady ‘Skins clinch first softball title since 2001

Sweep Brown City, Memphis in GTC-East play

MEMPHIS - When the Sandusky Redskins split a GTC East softball doubleheader with Ubly earlier this spring, they gave themselves a chance for, at least, a piece of the title. More...

Opening pitch!

Ninety-two-year-old Gordie Hutson threw out the first pitch Saturday in the opening ceremonies for the Sandusky Youth Athletic Association baseball and softball seasons. More...

Three teens injured in roll over accident

Thrown from vehicle

MOORE TWP. — Neighbors and emergency personnel freed a teenager pinned under a motor vehicle following a crash Friday evening. More...

On a roll, for breakfast

Sandusky High School students put the finishing touches on their breakfast roll entry in the 2015 Michigan Junior Chef Competition for grades 7-12. More...

D’ville hires new principal

DECKERVILLE - Deckerville school officials picked their new elementary principal Monday. The Board of Education voted to hire Yvonne O’Connor, K-12 curriculum director at Ubly Schools, for the administrative position effective July 1. More...

Opinion

Celebrating defeat

Celebrating defeat More...

Obituaries

HALINA MARGARET WITKOWSKI CARSONVILLE

Halina Margaret Witkowski, age 84, passed away gently on Sunday, May 17, 2015 in McLaren Port Huron Hospital surrounded by the love of her family and friends. She was born August 1, 1930 in Kielce, More...

MARY B. RADECKI MARLETTE

Mary B. Radecki, age 79, of Marlette, formerly of Luzerne and Clifford, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at Fisher Convalescent Home in Mayville. More...

RICHARD AUSTIN BYRD, SR. INDIANA

Richard Austin Byrd Sr., (Dick Byrd) went home to the Lord on Friday, May 8, 2015. He was 85 years on earth and preceded by his parents Earl Byrd and Nellie Austin Byrd, as well as his beloved wife Janet Maxine Smith Byrd. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

FOOD/BENEFITS Saturday May 30 Car show fundraiser to support mission trip, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Marlette Hilltop Truck Stop, M-53. $10 entry fee. To register call Virginia 989-635-0077. Thursday June 4 More...

Court News

Muxlow’s “Logan’s Law” passes House committee Muxlow holds district hours

LANSING — State Rep. Paul Muxlow, R-Brown City, recently testified in support of Logan’s Law, a measure that targets animal cruelty. More...

Circuit Court

The following people were sentenced in 24th Judicial Circuit Court after pleading guilty to contempt of court for failure to pay child support: Gerry G. Hawks, 27, Fort Gratiot. 90 days in jail, consecutive to other sentence. $74.50/month. More...

Divorces

Martin A. Nemeckay Sr. v Fara V. Nemeckay Holli M. Kappel v Jasson E. Kappel More...

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