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October 1, 2014 RSS feed / News

Auto repair business opens

Tim Stone has opened a new auto repair shop in Sandusky. Stone’s Car Care is at 207 S. Elk, in the former Mark’s Motormatic building. More...

Big Daddy’s searched

The Thumb Narcotics Unit and Sandusky Police Department executed a search warrant Saturday at Big Daddy’s Hydroponics, 360 E. Sanilac Ave., Sandusky. More...

Holmes gets high marks

BROWN CITY — Clint Holmes is doing a good job. Just ask his bosses. The city manager received his semi-annual evaluation by the council and mayor last week. More...

Nearly 200 I-beams stolen

WORTH TWP. — Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the theft of almost 200 lightweight I-beams from a water pipe construction site. More...

Marlette’s royal couple

Marlette High School crowned the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen Friday evening at the varsity football game. King Sam Sartin is the son of Amanda and Samuel Sartin. More...

Top prizes awarded at McKenzie Autumn Benefit

McKenzie Health System hosted its 27th Annual Autumn Benefit last Friday evening. Winner of the $500 cash prize was Calsi Caverly of Decker. More...

100 years ago in Sanilac

The Croswell Fair is now in full swing. There are exhibits of every kind, horse races and ball games. There is even an attraction entitled The Mysterious Opium Den. Work commenced this week at the large potato warehouse in Applegate. Mr. More...

Breast cancer screening could save your life

Why Get Screened? More...

Prevent, treat foot injuries

October is National Physical Therapy month. Deckerville Hospital Physical Therapy is focusing on how to prevent and treat walking and running injuries. More...

Worth board pursues land purchase

by Steven Kovac reporter WORTH TWP. More...

Why is Mark wearing a hula skirt!

Sandusky barber Mark Heberling wanted to have the ribbon cutting for his new location on Ladies Night Out, the annual Chamber Commerce event that sported a Hawaiian theme. More...

Project Connect set for Oct. 8

The annual Sanilac County Project Connect will be held Wed., Oct. 8. The one-day event connecting individuals and families in need of assistance with a wide range of free services runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. More...

Brown City woman raped

BROWN CITY — A 29-year-old North Branch man has been charged with raping a 26-year-old Brown City woman. More...

Marriages

Stefanie N. Anderson of Sandusky & Kurtis W. Smith II of Sandusky Tori E. Greenlee of Brown City & Scott E. Ruckman of Brown City Amber R. Osantowski of Palms & Charles O. Loomis of Palms Nicole L. Oswald of Deckerville & Justin P. More...

Manager’s insurance raises questions in Lexington

The Lexington Council this week tabled a proposal to add health insurance coverage to village Manager Tom Raymond’s benefits package after about half a dozen residents voiced opposition to the plan. More...

‘Vitamins to Vicodin’ collected

Approximately 13 pounds of prescription drugs were brought to the Sanilac County Sheriff Department Saturday during national Take Back day. More...

Mom sentenced in drug case; daughter next

A 54-year-old Croswell woman has been sentenced to jail for dealing prescription drugs. Judge Donald Teeple sentenced Julie C. Kavalick to 30 days in jail in Sanilac County Circuit Court last week. More...

Truck driver injured in crash

GREENLEAF TWP. — A 63-yearold Grand Rapids man driving a truck loaded with silage was injured when the truck tipped over in a ditch. Sanilac County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the accident scene Saturday around 4 p.m. More...

Signs and symptoms of breast cancer

Significant progress in the fight against breast cancer has been made in recent years, but more needs to be done. Breast cancer remains the most common cancer among women in the U.S. More...

Lifestyle-related risk factors for breast cancer

Having children Women who have not had children or who had their first child after age 30 have a slightly higher breast cancer risk. Having many pregnancies and becoming pregnant at an early age reduces breast cancer risk. Birth control More...

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