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February 25, 2015 RSS feed / News

Road commission saving $10,000 on bridgework

The Sanilac County Road Commission is saving nearly $10,000 on the inspection and engineering for a Worth Township bridge project. At their Feb. 11 meeting, the road board accepted the low bid of $72,549 from Rowe Engineering of Flint. More...

A positive donation

The Kiwanis Club of Sandusky has donated $260 to Here to Make a Change, a service group at Sandusky High School that seeks to make a positive impact on students and staff through acts of kindness and More...

Pedestrian dies at Walmart

A 23-year-old Snover man died after being struck in the service drive at the Sandusky Walmart Saturday. More...

Trial date set in Big Daddy case

A trial date has been set for the owner of Big Daddy Hydroponics of Sandusky. Taffany A. Miserlian, 46, Croswell, waived her arraignment last week in Sanilac County Circuit Court. More...

Benefit planned for Mary Smith

BROWN CITY — A benefit spaghetti dinner this Saturday will benefit local resident Mary Smith’s battle with cancer. More...

Sen. Pavlov announces office hours

State Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Twp., will hold office hours in the 25th Senate District Friday, Feb. 27, 12-1 p.m., Sanilac County Courthouse, 60 W. Sanilac Ave., Sandusky. More...

Building a trade

Construction Trades instructor Steve Soper is assisting students with the installation of a distribution panel on a simulated house at the Sanilac Career Center. More...

Deckerville groups donate for health care

DECKERVILLE — Deckerville Community Hospital and Deckerville Healthcare Services recently received donations from two organizations. The Deckerville Hospital Auxiliary contributed $4,400 to Deckerville Healthcare Services. More...

Pavlov’s hunting bill passes Senate

LANSING — The Michigan Senate passed legislation Feb. 17 that would outlaw the use of certain unmanned aerial or submersible vehicles to harass or stalk hunters or anglers and ensure that such vehicles can’t be used to take game. More...

Mental exam ordered for Lexington woman

Court proceedings for the woman accused in the double traffic fatality case will be examined for mental competency. More...

County seeks playground grants for parks

Grant money is being sought for handicapped accessible playground equipment at two Sanilac County parks. County Commissioners adopted resolutions Feb. More...

Free nutrition classes offered

DECKERVILLE — Michigan State University Extension and Deckerville Community Hospital are sponsoring free nutrition classes. More...

Marlette wins quiz bowl championship

Marlette High’s quiz bowl team has brought home the championship trophy after winning last week’s Quiz Central. More...

Sandusky’s sweetheart candidates

Sandusky High School will crown the 2015 Sweetheart King and Queen Friday at the varsity basketball game. The Sweetheart Dance is Feb. 28. More...

Port Sanilac to lease vacant DNR lot

PORT SANILAC — The village can continue to lease the DNR lot across from the lighthouse. More...

State police beef up patrols

CARO — Motorists in Sanilac and Tuscola counties will likely see more troopers on the roadways beginning this month. More...

Beat the winter blues with visit to Blue Water country

PORT HURON — A quick trip to Port Huron could be just the cure for the winter blues. The city, which offers the bridge to Sarnia, Canada, over the St. Clair River, offers plenty of entertainment and dining and opportunities. More...

100 years ago in Sanilac

Your editor and wife took a trip to Lexington on Sunday. We encountered a huge snow bank on the return trip and ended up with a broken wheel. More...

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