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November 19, 2014 RSS feed / News

Meyer Elementary — a ‘School That Works’

A film crew spent four days at Meyer Elementary in Lexington last week, interviewing teachers, administrators and parents. More...

Cable company behind on payments

BROWN CITY — City officials are asking COMCAST for a proposal to catch up on lease payments for the downlink site adjacent to the water tower. More...

CPS seeks applicants for board vacancy

The Carsonville-Port Sanilac School Board is seeking applicants for the 2-year trustee vacancy. Applicants should send a letter of interest to the school district to the attention of superintendent-appointee Julie Western, by noon on Tues., Nov. 25. More...

Applying for college

Sandusky Junior-Senior High School participated in the statewide “College Application Week” Nov. 3-7. More...

Man shoots self in hand

WATERTOWN TWP. — A 55-year-old man from Clinton Township shot himself in the hand by accident last Friday. State police troopers from the Caro Post were dispatched to McKenzie Health System in Sandusky around 9:45 p.m. More...

Sandusky High students conduct first blood drive

Sandusky High School students held their first of three blood drives Oct. 28. The students ran the blood drive from setting up the site, scheduling the donations, and making the food. More...

Sanilac County Historical Society has new president

Gill Orris has been elected the new president of the Sanilac County Historical Society, replacing Thomas Fisher. Fisher, of Lexington, led the organization that operates the Historic Village & Museum in Port Sanilac for four years. More...

Road construction wraps up for season

The Snover Road construction was scheduled for completion last week. Assistant Engineer-Manager Dale Stolicker informed the Sanilac County Road Commission Nov. More...

Gift boxes going to military; addresses sought

PECK — The Peck American Legion Auxiliary will be packing Soldier Christmas boxes Dec. 1 at 5 p.m. If you have an address for a local serviceman or woman, call 810-378-5818 or 810-378-5131 with the information. More...

Rezoning would pave way for hotel

LEXINGTON — A change of zoning could restore one of Lexington’s most historic properties and turn it into a new and unique upscale hotel. More...

New business brewing to open

Couple grows hops for own craft beers

A Port Sanilac couple is nearly ready to tap their dream. Literally. In 1985, Ron Hasenbusch, a metallurgist for Ford Motor Company, began brewing beer at home as a hobby. More...

Christmas Shoebox project gets underway in Thumb

This month, 10 locations in the Thumb area will serve as collection sites for Operation Christmas Child - the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind - filling shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and notes of encouragement. More...

3 killed in 2-car crash

LAMOTTE TWP. — Three elderly Ovid residents died in a 2-vehicle crash on M-46 on Nov. 11. The 2 drivers were injured. More...

Make tracks to Marlette

There are some tasty treats on sale for the holidays that will help support the Marlette Railroad Depot Museum. More...

A re-building project

Sanilac Career Center students Zeb Cinader (left) from Marlette and Michael Dreher from Deckerville are enrolled in the Engineering & Design Program. More...

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