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February 10, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Central Dispatch seeks upgrades to decades-old equipment

Sanilac County 9-1-1 Coordinator Dawn Cubitt asked the Finance Committee of the Board of Commissioners to authorize initial expenses for the replacement of Central Dispatch’s 25-year-old radio console. More...

News

Croswell kicks off campaign to make city better

Croswell may become the first community in Michigan to create a Neighborhood Improvement Authority. The announcement was made Feb. More...

Boat slips available at Lexington State Harbor

Lexington State Harbor is rein­troducing six 45-foot and four 60-foot boat slips this season, reports the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. More...

Strike up the bands!

The 66th Annual Sanilac County Band Festival for senior high school bands will be held Wed., Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Peck High School Gymnasium. More...

Obituaries

JAMES M. BRYDON MARLETTE

James M. Brydon, age 77 of Marlette, passed away Friday, January 29, 2016 at Covenant Medical Center - Cooper in Saginaw. Jim has lived in Marlette since 1962 and was previously from the Detroit area. More...

MARYLEE V. ALMAS SAINT HELEN

MaryLee V. Almas, age 74 of Saint Helen, Mich., passed away peacefully Friday, February 5, 2016 at her home. MaryLee has lived in Saint Helen the past 20 years and was previously from the Marlette area. More...

RICK L. GRIMES KINGSTON

Rick (Dusty) L. Grimes, age 59 of Kingston, passed away peacefully Thursday, February 4, 2016 at his home in Kingston. Rick lived in Kingston and was previously from the Marlette area. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

FOOD/BENEFITS Friday Feb. 12 Fish Fry, 4-7 p.m., Sandusky VFW Hall, 850 S. Sandusky Rd. All-you-can-eat. Take outs call 810-648-9003 More...

Sports

Lady Raiders hold off ‘Skins Take big step toward East title

SANDUSKY – Playing on their home court, the Sandusky Redskins were hoping to come away with a share of the lead in GTC East girls basketball last Tuesday night. The Marlette Red Raiders, though, just were not willing to cooperate. More...

Late 3-pointer lifts Deckerville

DECKERVILLE – In a physical contest that saw nearly 40 fouls whistled, it was the shortest guy on the court that had the final say. More...

Lieber wins BWAC wrestling title

Pioneers settle for third in team standings

YALE – It was a good day on the mats for the Cros-Lex wrestling team Saturday. The Pioneers had 10 of 14 wrestlers place in their weight division, including Collin Lieber’s championship at 152 pounds. More...

Support for Walk for Warmth

Employees of Sanilac County Community Mental Health have donated $533.10 to Walk for Warmth. More...

Manager: Protect airspace

Airport Manager Don Johnston wants to see the airspace above and around Sandusky City Airport better protected. Addressing the Sanilac County Board of Commissioners on Feb. More...

Jewelry thief gets year in jail

The housekeeper found guilty of stealing several thousand dollars’ worth of jewelry from her Sandusky employer has been sentenced. Windy M. Stiles, 36, of Peck must serve 365 days in the Sanilac County Jail, with credit for 1 day served. More...

Opinion

Simply being content

There are places in the world I would rather be, and there are places I would rather not be. There are things I would like to have, better than what I have now. More...

Support Med Control millage

Dear Editor: As we near the March Primary Election, I would encourage voters to support the renewal of the Medical Control Millage. The coordination of ambulance services plays a vital role in the health and safety of Sanilac County residents. More...

Blankets needed for animals

Dear Editor: This is a plea for blankets for the animals in our area at the Sanilac County Animal Control shelter. We ask now, when and how soon will Animal Control be fixed, now that we are told it will be? More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Marriages

Gregory R. Redman of Lexington and Stephanie A. Wurmlinger of Lexington Timothy M. Butler of Sandusky and Brieanna M. Johnson of Sandusky Brandon J. Meaux of Bay City and Kayla A. Berry of Brown City More...

CPS’ Senior Homecoming Court

Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School celebrated Winter Homecoming last week. More...

CPS homecoming reps

Here are the winter homecoming representatives for Carsonville- Port Sanilac High School. More...

Court News

Circuit Court

The following people have been sentenced in 24th Judicial Circuit Court: More...

Man charged in illegal drugs case

A Croswell area man faces drug-related charges in an investigation that began with burglaries and stolen property. Marshall Lamont Coleman, 39 was arraigned last week in Sanilac County District Court. More...

Don’t get yourself in the doghouse; buy a license

The deadline to purchase dog licenses at regular rates is Feb. 29 Michigan law requires all dogs four months old or older to be licensed in the county where the owner resides. More...

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