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November 26, 2014 RSS feed / News

Keep your hands off term limits

A Waterford man and his dad stopped in Sandusky last Thursday to urge Sanilac County residents to tell their legislators not to vote to change term limits. More...

Croswell boss takes heat over hiring

Croswell Administrator Sam Moore this week read a letter to the city council and a roomful of citizens apologizing for incidents surrounding a council vote to hire line foreman John Peck to the job of Croswell’s new Light, Power and Water super More...

Road board receives one-time money deal

The county road commission will receive nearly an extra $500,000 in state funds for roads and bridges within the next year. More...

County adopts new budget

County Commissioners took action on two items that had been postponed for further study. The County Board, on Nov. 18, adopted the 2015 general fund budget. More...

Sandusky board: raises OK’d; bond election set

Sandusky teachers will receive a raise following action by the Board of Education last week. On Nov. 19, the board ratified the financial package of the teacher contract for the 2014-15 school year. More...

Researching chicken feed

Bio-technology students at the Sanilac Career Center are researching the effects of organic feed versus conventional feed. The study involves a total of 200 chickens divided into eight test groups. More...

Do you know this person?

Sheriff’s deputies are asking the public’s help in identifying the person in this photograph taken inside a work trailer at Forester and Stringer roads in Custer Township. More...

2014 holiday toy predictions

Parents often find themselves waiting in long lines to snag the hottest toys for children’s holiday gifts. Shoppers arrive at retail stores in droves to grab the newest video game consoles or must-have dolls or action figures. More...

Arsonist sentenced to jail

A Croswell arsonist has been sentenced to jail for setting her home on fire while her dogs were inside. Last week Sanilac County Circuit Court Judge Donald Teeple sentenced Mary J. Haskins, 47, to 180 days in jail on each of 2 criminal charges. More...

Author of young adult books to speak in Marlette

MARLETTE — Chris Crutcher, author of 14 young adult novels will visit Marlette Junior- Senior High School on Friday, Dec. 5. More...

Let them eat turkey! Churches serve dinner Thanksgiving Day

Cooking Thanksgiving dinner for 150-200 people isn’t a chore if you have lots of help. The Marlette church community works together to put on the free annual Marlette Community Holiday Dinner on Thanksgiving Day. More...

Worth Township accounting problems to be addressed

WORTH TWP. — The Township Board took another step Wednesday night toward putting its financial house in order. More...

Drug dealer sent to jail

A Croswell drug dealer caught up in drug raids last summer has been sentenced to jail. Last week Sanilac County Circuit Court Judge Donald Teeple sentenced Philip M. Roll, 21, to 150 days in jail, with credit for 37 days served. More...

Bank supports veterans

Beverly Magri of Exchange State Bank presents a $500 check to Henry Buiting (right), commander of the Sandusky VFW Post, and Harlow Elsholz, post quartermaster. More...

Man dies in farm accident

MARION TWP. — Sheriff’s deputies investigated a farming accident on Nov. 17 that claimed the life of a Jackson man. More...

Suspect arraigned in stolen vehicle spree

A Sandusky man was arraigned in 73rd District Court this week on multiple charges related to a Nov. 13-14 crime spree that ended in Lexington Township. More...

Shop locally this holiday season

Shopping is a big part of the holiday season, when families and friends gather to reconnect and exchange gifts. More...

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