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October 15, 2014 RSS feed / News

Sandusky teen wins button contest

A Sandusky High School student has won the button design contest for the 2014 Sandusky Country Christmas Lighted Implement Parade. More...

Marriages

Tammy L. (Tenbusch) Burks of Deckerville & Ralph Hammond Jr. of Jackson Brooke N. Bussey of Lexington & Stephen A. Ochoa of Lexington Amanda S. Durecka of Brown City & Karl V. Burgess of Brown City Kelly M. More...

Two county bridges approved for funding

Sanilac County will receive critical bridge funding to repair and replace two local bridges next year. More...

Eat All Day fundraiser Saturday

Fifteen restaurants will participate in the annual Eat All Day for the United Way fundraiser Sat., Oct. 18. More...

Deckerville awarded $800,000 DEQ grant

DECKERVILLE - The Deckerville Council has announced the village was approved for the DEQ Storm water, Asset Management and Wastewater program grant in the amount of $833,575. More...

County receives security grant

Sanilac County has received a grant to buy security equipment. The Michigan Counties Workers’ Compensation Fund, a nonprofit that provides workers’ compensation insurance, awarded the county $3,000. More...

Road millage on Greenleaf ballot

Greenleaf Township voters are being asked to renew their road millage in the November election. The ballot will ask residents to renew one mill ($1 per $1,000 of taxable property value) for a period of 4 years, from 2014 though 2017. More...

Port Huron offers host of autumn activities during October

PORT HURON — Fall foliage and frightening festivities will put a quick trip to Port Huron on your bucket list. More...

Protecting visibility is essential when driving in hazardous conditions

Driving defensively is the best way for motorists to avoid accidents and protect themselves and their passengers from the risks of the road. More...

Common misconceptions about fuel efficiency

Fuel efficiency is an important issue for car buyers, and understandably so. Conserving fuel is good for drivers’ budgets and the planet, so the concept of fuel efficiency would seem to benefit everyone. More...

Light Up Their Lives campaign underway

The 10th Annual tree lighting ceremony is scheduled for Friday Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. on the courthouse lawn in Sandusky. More...

CPS’ royal candidates

Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School will crown the Homecoming King and Queen at halftime of the football game with Dryden Oct. 17. More...

Heroin dealer gets jail time

A 22-year-old Deckerville woman has been sentenced to jail for dealing heroin with her boyfriend. More...

Meth dealer gets 3-30 years

A Sandusky man has been sentenced to prison for operating a methamphetamine lab near Peck. Jason A. More...

Commission to vote on budget

The budget committee is ready to bring the proposed 2015 budget back to the board of commissioners for adoption. More...

County OKs truancy position

County Commissioners last week authorized the juvenile court director to contract for truancy officer services. The position is for a maximum of 30 hours per week, 10 months a year. More...

New pipes in Marlette

Phase one of a water main project in Marlette was underway last week. The first phase is to install pipes on West Marlette Street to the west city limits. More...

Historic columns installed at City Hall

After sitting idle for several decades, two cast iron columns made over a hundred ago by the old Brown City foundry McKnight & Sons have found a new home. More...

Minden to try again for millage

Minden Township voters will be deciding a reduced general operating and fire protection millage request in November. More...

Winterizing vehicles an important step for drivers

As fall gradually gives way to winter, vehicle owners often sigh at the thought of driving in winter weather or spending weekday mornings clearing their vehicles of ice before heading to the office. More...

Different types of tires make a difference

Drivers rarely think of the tires on their vehicles until they have a flat. But the type of tires on your vehicle can impact its performance. More...

Reach top mileage on your car with it still going strong

Many drivers may find the idea of keeping a vehicle that has surpassed the 100,000-mile mark preposterous. However, perhaps due to the rising cost of new vehicles, many drivers now recognize the benefits of keeping their vehicles for the long haul. More...

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