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March 10, 2010 RSS feed / News

Man arraigned in large pot bust

A former Speaker Township resident has been arraigned on several criminal charges in connection with a February drug raid. More...

Granddaughter jailed in loan fraud

A Melvin woman has been sentenced to jail for forging her grandfather's name to get thousands of dollars in student loans. Then she spent most of it on things for her then boyfriend. More...

Sandusky Police recover stolen items

Sandusky police are investigating two adult females after stolen merchandise was recovered from an apartment. "We have recovered a fair amount of stolen property," said Sgt. Dewayne Gilley. More...

Cros-Lex grad works on Oscar winning movie

A former Sanilac County resident can add,"worked on an Academy Award winning film", to his job resume. More...

Winter less costly for road board

With only one month of winter left, the Sanilac County Road Commission is cautiously optimistic the season will not hurt the bottom line too badly. More...

Roseville man hurt in crash

PORT SANILAC -- A 56- year old Roseville man was injured in a two vehicle crash at the intersection of M-25 and M- 36 last Thursday afternoon. More...

Help burned-out family rebuild

Family and friends are organizing a fundraiser to help the Radatz family of Brown City rebuild their home. A spaghetti dinner fundraiser is scheduled for Sat., March 13 from 1-6 p.m. at the Brown City Fire Hall. More...

Carsonville woman publishes book

Four-time author Jeannette Freer-Dresden of Carsonville has published an adult Christian romance novel. "Come Spring" takes you back in time to the late 1800s, early 1900s. More...

Retiree plans repeat of record-breaking stunt

LEXINGTON - Bernie Williams has always been a thrill seeker. “From the time I was a kid I was always high energy,” said Williams, 65, a native of Cardiff, Wales, who has retired to Lexington. More...

Sanilac Career Center Baja Team out-races MSU, Ferris State

The Sanilac Career Center Engineering &Design SAE Baja Team took 6th place at the annual Winter Baja Race hosted by Michigan Technological University. More...

Lexington park plans moving forward

The Lexington Parks and Recreation committee is moving forward with improvement plans for both the Tierney and Lester Street parks as the upcoming summer season approaches. More...

ISD realigns staff to try to balance 2010-2011 budget

The Sanilac Intermediate School District Board has approved a cost-saving plan to realign their administrative staff. More...

Senate candidate to meet public March 19

Do you have questions for a would-be state senator? State Representative Jeff Mayes, a Democrat from Bay City, is going to host a Meet & Greet on Friday, March 19 at the William H. Aitkin Memorial Library in Croswell. More...

Concerns aired on jail project fees

County officials may spend up to $240,000 in architect fees with the hope that the money will be reimbursed. More...

United Way to distribute food, shelter money

Sanilac County has been awarded federal funds totaling $55,095. More...

Mother, daughter hurt in rollover crash

WORTH TWP. - A mother and daughter escaped with apparent minor injuries in an early morning rollover accident that occurred at the corner of M- 25 and Roger Road. More...

Mezo announces state senate

Paul Mezo of Sandusky has announced his candidacy for the Michigan State Senate in the 31st District. He will seek the Republican nomination in the August Primary Election. More...

Wrongful death suit filed in 2008 crash

The brother of one of two men killed in a 2008 traffic crash is suing the home health care company and caregivers responsible for him in a wrongful death lawsuit. More...

Teen gets jail for B.C. B&Es

A third Brown City teenager has been sentenced to jail in connection with party-store break-ins last August. Last week Sanilac County Circuit Court Judge Donald Teeple sentenced Ali N. Nehmi, 18, to 90 days in jail, with credit More...

Miller: Federal AFG grant to Elk Twp. Fire, Rescue

WASHINGTON – U.S. Congresswoman Candice Miller (MI-10) has announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded $45,660 to Elk Township Fire Rescue. The grant is part of the 2009 Assistance to Firefighters program. More...

Lexington to ‘Shamrock’ with pub crawl, parade

Whether or not you are Irish, the village of Lexington is the place to be this weekend, with celebrations going on Friday through Sunday leading up to St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. More...

120 Years Ago in Sanilac County

Dr. Kossoo has apparently suddenly left Applegate. Many residents are very indignant and would like to know where he is. More...

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