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Police responded to a 911 call, Wednesday afternoon, reporting a personal injury accident at the intersection of St. Clair Road and Galbraith Line Road in Sanilac County. According to Sheriff's Deputies, a Fed Ex truck driven by 37 year-old Cristophe
Ex Director Doug Dolph giving the Thomas Melms award to Jim Fortushniak of Community Enterprises
The annual meeting of the United Way of Saint Clair County held yesterday evening at the Angry Bull Steakhouse in Kimball Township.  Most of the board officers were re-appointed to their positions including President Mark VanderHeuvel of DTE Energy
The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm are turned on their heads, in an upcoming fun and fast-paced play that will be performed at SC4. The St. Clair County Community College Drama Club will present "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon" on stage, a
Seasonally unadjusted unemployment rates in March declined slightly in nine of the state’s 17 major labor market areas, according to state officials. The Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget reports that total employment levels
Registration is open for St. Clair County Community College’s summer School for the Performing Arts for youth and adults. All ages can learn a new instrument or improve their voice with private music instruction. Beginner lessons are available in ba
Today sees the Earth Fair begin at the Goodells County Park.  The two day celebration sports free parking and on Saturday bus rides. The Salmon Stakes take center stage in St. Clair Saturday while the Port Huron Museum opens up a new exhibit called &
college mascot takes a look at offereings
Around 65 businesses and non-profit agencies were represented Wednesday during an annual Career Fair sponsored by the Saint Clair County Community College.  Julie Ruiz is the college's coordinator of career and employment services and says there
The Detroit Institute of Arts has been community supported since 2012 and, their Inside/Out program is one way the DIA has been bringing the museum out of the museum walls, and expanding it's reach to all constituents.  Thanks to Memphis Library Branch Asst. Judy Weaver, who sent in an application, on behalf of the community, the DIA chose Memphis as one of the lucky communities to
Bills that allow faith-based adoption agencies in Michigan to deny services to certain potential adoptive parents, without fear of losing state money, have cleared a state Senate committee. The Senate Families, Seniors and Human Services Committee voted 4
You might say budgeting by the Downtown Development Authority got a little easier Tuesday. The Authority's meeting saw approval of a budget that basically includes one major line item from it's operations account....infrastructure improvements. In
Bonnie Barrett speaks at Town Hall
Hunter Hospitality House and Port Huron Civic Theater were the recipients Tuesday of a portion of the proceeds from the 60th season of Town Hall. Organizers of the event gather annually to determine what non-profit organizations should be given funding wi
A-10 Thunderbolt \"Warthog\"
The 127th Wing at the base is going to aid the battle that's part of Operation Inherent Resolve for six months. Michigan Congresswoman Candice Miller in a statement Tuesday said the deployment to Iraq and Syria shows how effective the A-10 "Warth
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