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June 2, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Just don’t go by my house’

County adopts ORV ordinance

ORV owners, start your engines! Well, almost. Once the county’s new ORV ordinance is published in the Sanilac County News, it will be legal to ride off-road vehicles on roads in Sanilac County. More...

News

Declining property values hit budgets

Taxable property values are dropping - by double digits in one community - and local government budgets are suffering. More...

Reach Out and Read to expand

Thanks to the American Academy of Physician Assistant Foundation, $2,500 has been granted to the Sanilac County Reach Out and Read Program, which promotes early literacy and school readiness by giving More...

Road board opens late bid

The Sanilac County Road Commission voted 2-1 to open a late bid at their May 26 meeting. However, the late bidder didn’t win the contract. More...

Obituaries

RONALD G. CROWTON

MELVIN

Ronald G. Crowton, age 74, of Melvin, was called home on Thursday, April 29, 2010 at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. He was born November 23, 1935, in Detroit. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

FOOD/BENEFITS Friday June 4 Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Lexington Boy Scout Troop 320, 4-8 p.m., St. Edward Parish Hall, Lakeport. Hosted by Knights of Columbus. Saturday June 5 More...

Sports

Rusch leads loaded Pioneers at County Meet

C-L wins 8th men’s title in a row

MARLETTE - Having talent is one thing. Having depth and talent is another. More...

O’Connor, Lady Pioneers retain County honors

Lady Raiders set relay mark

MARLETTE - Sure things are few and far between. This is, unles, we’re talking recent history in high school track in Sanilac County. More...

Lady Devils continue reign in GTC East softball!

Greene’s pitching paves way against ‘Cats

MAYVILLE - Kristen Greene and the Lady Green Devils just were not to be denied Thursday afternoon. More...

Top athletes!

Leah O’Connor and Nathan Rusch, both from Cros-Lex High School, were recipients of the Purl Wark and Robert Sullivan Awards for Athletes of the Meet during last Thursday’s Sanilac County News Track and Field Meet. More...

No more smoke and fire

Chief’s career ends at 55 years

Port Sanilac Fire Chief Jack Willis is not going to run for his truck when the fire siren goes off anymore. Willis has retired after 55 years on the fire department, 14 as chief, effective June 1. More...

Opinion

Immigration: an insider’s view

In 1963, a young man who never finished high school went into an American Consulate in his native country with a letter stating that he had a job waiting for him in the United States as the manager of an iron foundry in Pennsylvania. More...

Angel stolen from grave site

Dear Editor: To the person or persons who stole the ceramic angel from the Elk Township Cemetery, sometime during the week of May 20th, would you please return it to the grave site. More...

Please return son’s equipment

Dear Editor: Thursday, May 27 my family was at the park for my oldest son’s ball game. My younger son decided to get his ball stuff out and practice at the minor’s baseball field. More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Ernst awarded Albrecht Scholarship

Adam C. Ernst, son of Frank and Laura Ernst of Sandusky has been awarded the David W. Albrecht Memorial Scholarship. More...

Hoffs celebrate 50th

Roger and Eleanor (Tiefert) Hoff of Applegate celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a trip to Lake Havasu, Las Vegas, and a family dinner in Sterling Heights. The couple was married May 14, 1960 in St. More...

Chappel, Ryckman to wed

Wendy Ryckman of Decker and Jim Chappel of Cass City announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Chappel, to Timothy Jones of Marlette. Timothy is the son of David Jones of Clifford and Terri Jones of Kalamazoo. More...

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