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Sandusky board hires new staff

The Sandusky Board of Education hired two more teachers last week. More...

Sandusky joins Weekend Backpack program

Neediest students to take home meals

Fewer students will go hungry on weekends thanks to a partnership between Sandusky Community Schools and a local church. The Board of Education on Aug. More...

Sandusky Knights distribute Tootsie Roll money

The Sandusky Knights of Columbus last week distributed proceeds from their spring Tootsie Roll fundraiser to organizations that support the mentally challenged – Special Olympics, Community Men More...

Bean queen crowned at fair

The 2015 Sanilac County Bean Queen was crowned Sunday at the Sanilac County 4-H Fair. More...

All eyes on cow comfort during summer heat

During the warmer weather many of us think about ice cream after dinner, road trips with our family to explore Michigan’s endless nature opportunities or visits to the beach. More...

Speech class by any other name …

Speaking of speech class…well, you can’t. At least not at Sandusky Community Schools. More...

Teenaged kayaker rescued

An 18-year-old Warren resident was rescued from his overturned kayak last Wednesday. Sanilac Central Dispatch received a call about a kayaker in the water about 6:46 p.m. on Aug. 19. More...

Lexington hosts Margarita Fest

Lexington is hosting the annual two-day Jimmy Buffet Margarita Fest extravaganza in Tierney Park, adjacent to the harbor, Aug. 28-29. Enjoy two free concerts starting at 7:30 p.m. “10 Beach Drive” will perform Friday night. More...

Raffle winners announced

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Juvenile court tries to catch problem kids early

Children with chronic behavior problems are going to get help at an earlier age. The Sanilac Board of Commissioners on Aug. 17 authorized Juvenile Court to add school intervention officer duties to the truancy officer position. More...

Marlette’s student meal charges studied

MARLETTE — The Board of Education on Aug. 17 discussed the unlimited student lunch and breakfast charge policy, which has resulted in $29,000 in delinquent payments, and thanked the previous superintendent for his service. More...

Tips to prevent identity theft

With 12.6 million victims of identity fraud in the United States in 2012, which equates to one victim every three seconds, the Michigan State Police wants to educate the public about the simple precautions you can take to keep your identity safe. More...

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