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August 20, 2014 RSS feed / News

Mom pleads to drug dealing

A 54-year-old Croswell woman has pled to drug dealing in Sanilac County Circuit Court. On Aug. 11 Julie Kavalick pled no contest to an amended charge of attempted deliver-manufacture controlled substance. More...

Food distributions planned in Snover, Marlette

Food distributions will be held at 2 agricultural facilities next week. Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has provided a $1 million grant through its partnership with Feeding America. More...

Flag pole dedicated at fairgrounds

A new flag pole, purchased by the 4-H Teen Club and the Sanilac County 4-H Fair Board was dedicated Sunday on the opening day of the 2014 4-H Fair. More...

Marlette schools “beat the odds”

MARLETTE — The state of Michigan has recognized the Marlette Junior-Senior High School as a reward school. More...

New hospice director named

MARLETTE — Marlette Regional Hospital announces that Shelli Greschaw, RN, has been selected as the new director of United Hospice Service. Greschaw replaces Randy Foco who resigned Aug. 12. More...

Vote for your favorite baby at the fair

Right to Life of Sanilac County announces the entries for Precious Baby Contest. They encourage fair visitors to stop by the Right to Life booth during the Sanilac County 4-H Fair this week to vote. More...

Fill shoeboxes with school supplies

More than 300 churches in the Thumb area that participate in Operation Christmas Child and taking advantage of back-to-school sales. Congregation members are purchasing pens, pencils, crayons, notebooks and other items for shoebox gifts. More...

Doctor to retire

DECKERVILLE — Dr. Levi Guerrero, MD, a family practice physician in this community for 32 years, is retiring and closing his practice Sept. 26. More...

Expect more roadwork in Croswell next summer

CROSWELL — The city’s multi-million dollar 2013 revamp of its main street is still a recent memory for downtown businesses, but the city isn’t done yet. More...

Trial set in caregiver’s embezzlement case

A Sandusky woman is scheduled for trial in September for allegedly embezzling from an elderly resident of an assisted living center. More...

Get your cheeseburger on at MargaritaFest

Grab your silly hat, your leis, your pirate costume and your parrot, because Lexington’s annual Jimmy Buffett tribute is coming to town! The seventh annual Margaritafest will be held Aug. 22-23 in Tierney Park adjacent to the harbor. More...

Gubernatorial candidate to visit 4-H fair

The Democratic candidate for governor, Mark Shauer, will make a campaign stop in Sandusky Thursday, Aug. 21. The former U.S. representative and state lawmaker will be at the Sanilac County Democratic Party booth at the 4-H Fair from 2-3 p.m. More...

Road board meeting by conference call

The county road commission administration had to research policies and call their lawyer before scheduling the next meeting. With 2 of 3 commissioners scheduled to be gone, there would not be a quorum. More...

Parolee faces new retail theft charges

A Sandusky man arrested on retail fraud charges a couple months after his release from prison, is scheduled for trial in Sanilac County Circuit. More...

Minden Twp. to try for lower millage

MINDEN TWP. — The township board has decided to put a reduced millage request on the November ballot. More...

Woman charged in traffic death

A 26-year-old Sandusky woman has been charged in a traffic accident that claimed the life of a Marlette man. Amber N. Glaza waived arraignment Thursday in 73rd District Court on charges of moving violation causing death, a misdemeanor. More...

Poker run to benefit Thumb’s Up

VC Riders’ 8th Annual Poker Run and Biker Rendezvous to benefit Thumb’s Up for Kids is Saturday, Sept. 6 at Weiss Excavating, Lexington. More...

Old classmate from Sweden returns

Attention Sandusky High School Class of ‘68: Jan Hammar of Sweden, who was a foreign exchange student in Sandusky with the senior class, 46 years ago, is returning for a visit with his wife Brigitta. More...

Sandusky paves way for street work; hears plea for cats

Sandusky City Council Monday evening approved a $465,000 bond resolution for the Jackson Street water, sewer and road construction project, as well as improvements to the water tower. More...

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