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February 3, 2010 RSS feed / News

Marlette Twp. official to run for House

BROWN CITY — Marlette Township’s supervisor paid a visit to the Brown City Council on Jan. 25 to express his interest in running for the 83rd District House seat. More...

Man fights police, tasered

SNOVER - A 911 call about a small child being thrown from a second story window sent state police troopers to this community the evening of Jan. 25. More...

Deckerville pool to close

DECKERVILLE - The cost of operating the community swimming pool has become too much of a financial burden on the local school district. More...

Willis: Landlords shouldn’t be stuck with outstanding utilities

CROSEWLL - Mayor Pro Tem Mary Willis is asking the City Council to review its longstanding policy of charging landlords when tenants move out, leaving outstanding electric bills. More...

Charges pending on 2 in crash

Sandusky Police are seeking charges for both drivers involved in a two vehicle crash that resulted in four injuries. According to Sgt. Dewayne Gilley, a car and pickup collided in the intersection of Truman and South Fulton streets at 11 p.m. More...

Art show planned in Sandusky

Sanilac County Community Mental Health is presenting an art show featuring the work of people who use public mental health services. The art will be on display from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. More...

Marlette native authors children's book

A Marlette graduate has written and illustrated a children's book, and named one of the characters after a child she and her husband adopted from Ethiopia. More...

'Taste' event raises more than $5000

Rod Henry of Sandusky, right, samples sausage offered by Crystal and Anna Dhooghe of Johnston’s Meat Processing in Peck at the Taste of the Thumb, while Jonathon Brewer of Brown City looks on. More...

Future cheerleaders

Eighty-eight girls ages 4-years-old through 6th grade participated in the little cheerleaders program sponsored by Sandusky High School cheerleaders. The group performed in the packed high school gym at halftime of the Jan. More...

County puts ORV ordinance into gear

Sanilac County Commissioners have taken the first step toward a new ordinance permitting off-road-vehicles on county roads and streets. More...

Date set for murder trial

The double homicide trial date has been set for April. At the conclusion of Monday's Sanilac County Circuit Court arraignment and pretrial, Judge Donald Teeple set April 20 for the beginning of the 1 1/2 week trial of Gary Gould. More...

Hands-on learning

The Sanilac Career Center Health Occupations Program organized a blood drive on Jan. 19. More...

Housing project dollars in limbo

Extensive renovations planned at the East Side Manor Apartments and how to finance them continue to be a concern for Sandusky Housing Director Susan Henry. More...

3 hurt in Wednesday crashes

Sanilac County sheriff's deputies investigated two personal injury accidents in which one person sustained minor injuries and two others non-life-threaning injuries. Sheriff Garry Biniecki reported on Jan. More...

Scouts hold derby

The annual Grand Prix Pinewood Derby for Cut Scouts Pack 328, Marlette was held Jan. 16. Front row, left to right - Avery Clark, Leo Macha, Zach Jocham, Ryan McGarvie, Reese Campbell. More...

Lexington on limb over trees

LEXINGTON - Two village merchants are unhappy about three trees the village has planted near their property and want them removed. More...

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