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July 16, 2014 RSS feed / News

Man struck by car in downtown Lexington

LEXINGTON — A 63-year-old Hancock man was transported to Port Huron Hospital after he was hit by a car at the corner of M-25 and Huron Avenue. The accident occurred shortly after 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 8. More...

Supporting the fire department

The Woman’s Life Insurance Society Chapter 867 - the White Capps - held a golf fundraiser to support the Port Sanilac Fire Department June 29 at Huron Shores Golf Club. More...

Bowling benefit set for farming accident victims

A bowling benefit will be held Sat., July 26 for two people injured in a farming accident in Watertown Township. More...

Port Sanilac to refund grant money

PORT SANILAC — The Village Council has voted not to build a pavilion in the fire hall park and to refund the state grant money. The village obtained a $10,098 grant last year. More...

MARLETTE

THURSDAY, JULY 17 • Community Garage Sales: 8am–Dusk • Library Book Sales: 10am–6pm at Marlette District Library • Vegas Night & Texas Hold‘Em Tournament: 7pm–2am at Coach House Tavern More...

9 gardens go on display at Lexington walk

LEXINGTON — The Lakeshore Garden Club hosts its biennial garden walk this weekend. Nine gardens will go on display from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, July 19. The gardens being featured this year include: More...

Minden City tractor pull this weekend

MINDEN CITY – The 2014 Minden City Tractor Pull is Fri., July 18 and Sat., July 19 at the Francis Lautner Memorial Park. Mud volleyball, kids’ activities and a refreshment tent are also part of the weekend here. More...

Marlette: Councilman selected; industrial lot sold

MARLETTE — Robert Luntz will be appointed next month to fill a vacancy on city council after a 4-1 vote supported the mayor’s recommendation Monday night. More...

County, township millage proposals on ballot

Three county tax renewals and several township millage requests will be on the ballot for the Aug. 5 primary election. The county proposals are to renew extra-voted millages for the parks, 9-1-1 emergency services and the drug task force. More...

12 townships ask for millage renewals

A dozen townships in Sanilac County have local millage renewals on the August 5 ballot. Several ask voters to increase the millage back to the original levy after it was reduced by the Headlee Rollback. More...

Governor to visit Marlette farm

MARLETTE TWP. — Gov. Rick Snyder will visit the Wood dairy farm during one of 2 farm visits in the Thumb Wednesday, July 16. More...

Brown City OKs contract

BROWN CITY — The Board of Education has approved a contract for secretaries. The contract, approved on July 7, covers 6 secretaries and calls for a one-year wage freeze. More...

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