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July 1, 2015 RSS feed / News

Brown City adopts lower budget with fewer staff

BROWN CITY — The school district is heading into the new school year with a smaller budget and staff. “With lack of funding the name of the game is ‘right sizing,’” said Superintendent of Schools Douglas Muxlow. More...

CPS committee to report on district’s future

The Carsonville-Port Sanilac Board of Education will receive the tentative report on the future of the district from the study committee on July 9. More...

Donation to autism program

The Goodtimers of Deckerville have donated toys to the new Autism Spectrum Disorder Program at Sanilac County Community Mental Health. More...

Sign up for Building a Better You group

Have you thought about the relationship between physical and mental health? Come to a new group that’s starting at Sanilac County Community Mental Health on July 8. More...

New fire truck arrives

The village of Port Sanilac has taken delivery of a 2015 pumper-tanker fire apparatus from Southern Fire Services & Sales, Inc. More...

Deckerville board OKs budget, contracts; band to return

DECKERVILLE — The Board of Education has adopted a lower general fund budget for the 2015-16 school year that begins July 1. The new spending plan approved last week projects revenues of $5,241,577 and expenses of $5,426,271. More...

Family escapes moments before tornado

‘If we had delayed, we wouldn’t be here’

When the tornado alert sounded on her cell phone, Angela Coburn and her family fled from their mobile home. They got out just in time. Moments later, the tornado struck the trailer house on Downington Road four miles north of Snover. More...

Life Line health screenings coming to Sandusky

Residents in the Sandusky area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening. The event is July 23 at DeMott’s West Park Inn, 440 W. More...

Hills & Dales installs new CT scanner

CASS CITY — Hills & Dales General Hospital has installed the SOMATOM Perspective CT Scanner. The scanner is a 128 slice scanner, which is an upgrade from the current 64 slice scanner. More...

Nurses complete trauma course

When you experience trauma, minutes count and skilled intervention is imperative. On June 19-20, Deckerville Community Hospital sponsored the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) Trauma Nursing Core Course for area nurses. More...

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