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July 30, 2014 RSS feed / News

Old cars on tour

The Veteran Motor Car Club of America is sponsoring a 4-day tour for pre-1916 one and two cylinder automobiles that will take motorists into Sanilac County. The tour that began Tuesday concludes on Fri., Aug. 1 - originating in Bad Axe each day. More...

Unsafe building set to come down — finally

CROSWELL — A public eyesore in Croswell is one giant step closer to meeting the wrecking ball. More...

Donation for a blessing

The Blessing Garden, a project of the Sanilac FFA and Open Door Missionary Church in Sandusky has received a $1,057 donation from employees of Sanilac County Community Mental Health. More...

Beer cooler stabbing going to trial

The Clarkston man accused of stabbing a relative over a beer cooler at a family Easter gathering is scheduled for a trial in August. Steven M. Banch, 42, is scheduled for a jury trial in Sanilac County Circuit Court on Aug. More...

Resale, chocolate shop opens in Applegate

Donna Conrad has opened a re-sale shop and features homemade chocolate in “The Bank”, the 100-plus year old former antique shop at 4762 Main St., on the 4 corners in Applegate. More...

Deckerville board suspends student

DECKERVILLE — The Deckerville School Board suspended a high school student at their July 21 meeting. More...

Food-4-Friends to hold final distribution Aug. 13

Food-4-Friends held their second free food distribution of the summer July 23 at Sandusky Elementary School. More...

Medical Care Facility Rehab Center Open House is Aug. 1

Tours of MCF’s new rehab, living center available

The public is invited to the new Short Term Rehab and Living Center at the Sanilac County Medical Care Facility. An open house will be held Fri., Aug. 1 from 3-5 p.m. at the facility at 137 N. Elk St., Sandusky. Light refreshments will be served. More...

Sister act

Sisters Lucy, left, and Julia Holt stepped up to the microphone, while a DJ played music, and sang “Let it Go” during the Port Sanilac Summer Festival Saturday morning. More...

Port Sanilac: Blues concerts, antique boats and trailers

There is a lot going on in Port Sanilac this weekend, everything from a Blues Festival and antique boat and trailer show to Civil War Days, a children’s play and a 5K run. More...

Blue and Gray muster again at Civil War Days

PORT SANILAC — The Blue and the Gray are set to clash once again when Civil War Days comes to the Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum. More...

Fine arts come to Lexington

One of the most highly respected art fairs in Michigan will return this weekend. Lexington’s Fine Arts Fair brings more than 150 artists from across the U.S. and Canada along with thousands of art lovers each year. More...

Peck Board approves more cuts

PECK — The Board of Education has approved scaling back another teacher’s schedule, and has eliminated the superintendent’s secretary position. More...

Woman charged with embezzlement bound over

The 31-year-old Sandusky woman charged with embezzling from an elderly Sandusky assisted living resident has been bound over to Sanilac County Circuit Court. District Court Judge Gregory Ross bound over Kristin M. More...

Sign up for Precious Baby Contest

The 12th Annual Precious Baby Contest returns to the Sanilac County 4-H Fair this year, for children under the age of 24 months. The deadline to submit photos is Aug. 12. Pictures will be displayed at the Right to Life booth during the fair. More...

Park vandal must do community service

A Greenwood Township man who pled guilty to vandalism in Tierney Park at Lexington harbor has been sentenced. Last week James D. More...

Youth rally planned Aug. 8

A youth rally sponsored by Right to Life of Sanilac County will be held Fri., Aug. 8 in Sandusky. The event will run from 6-10 p.m. at the Countryside Church Family Center, 912 W. Sanilac Road. More...

Trees, power lines down in storm

Sunday’s thunderstorm knocked down trees and power lines in the Brown City and Port Sanilac areas, according to Todd Hillman, director of Sanilac County Emergency Management. More...

Students work on library grounds

A group of Sandusky High School students recently spent an evening working outside at Sandusky District Library. More...

Emergency food money available; agencies must apply by Aug. 25

Sanilac County has been awarded federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program, to supplement local emergency food and shelter programs. More...

100 years ago in Sanilac

Army worms have been eating their way through the farm crops In Huron and Sanilac counties. The worm was first discovered near Bad Axe, and is now found in the fields at Deckerville, Carsonville and Buel. More...

Come home to Deckerville Aug. 1-3

Funtastic Family Fair kicks off festival

DECKERVILLE – The welcome mat is out for the 2014 Deckerville Homecoming. The 3-day event, filled with activities for all ages, is Fri. Aug. 1 thru Sun., Aug. 3. More...

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