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City chief gets high rating

BROWN CITY — The City Council and mayor are pleased with the manager’s job performance. Clint Holmes’ received a 92% rating in his semi-annual evaluation by the council and mayor. More...

Suspect arrested in break-ins

Sheriff’s deputies believe they’ve apprehended the person responsible for several break-ins in the Croswell- Lexington area in recent months. Sheriff Garry Biniecki said the Croswell area resident was arrested Feb. More...

Sandusky sweethearts

Sandusky High School crowned the 2015 Sweetheart King and Queen Friday evening at the varsity basketball game. King Jared Sanderson is the son of Mike and Patty Sanderson. More...

Armed robber pleads guilty

The man charged in the Nov. 29 armed robbery of a Worth Township gas station has pled guilty. Clint Radanovich, 27, Croswell, pled guilty to armed robbery in Sanilac County District Court Feb. 24. More...

Happy losers!

The Weight Watchers group that meets at 5:30 p.m. every Thursday in Aitkin Memorial District Library, Croswell, has lost more than 3,025.8 pounds since it began 19 months ago. More...

Students sought for speech contest

Right to Life of Sanilac County invites students in grades 9-12 to enter the 6th Annual High School Oratory Contest Mon., March 16. Students must be enrolled in a Sanilac County school or homeschooled in Sanilac County to participate. More...

Man sentenced in fatal crash

A 38-year old Lexington man has been sentenced to probation for reckless driving in the death of a motorcyclist last spring. Sanilac County District Court Judge Gregory Ross sentenced Troy V. Herbert to 12 months probation last week. More...

CPS enrollment continues to drop

Student enrollment at Carsonville- Port Sanilac Schools was down 20 in the February count, with the actual total 474. That includes alternative education and virtual education programs, which makes up about 20% of the student population at CPS. More...

D’ville to post principal position

DECKERVILLE — The Board of Education’s goal is to hire a new elementary school principal by June 1. More...

Stressed out and don’t know where to turn?

Work and family schedules can overwhelm all of us at one time or another. Many adults are looking for a quick fix, a way to balance work and family just to get through another day of the stress and anger that come with trying to keep up with life. More...

Worth names new clerk following resignation

WORTH TWP. — Former Deputy Clerk Jennifer Stanyer has been appointed township clerk. The action came at the board’s Feb. 18 meeting to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Clerk Robin Milewski on Jan. 31, citing health reasons. More...

Man sentenced, cousin next in credit card theft

A Deckerville man has been sentenced to jail and his cousin has agreed to a plea bargain in the theft of credit cards. More...

Peck School Board member resigns

Longtime Peck School Board member Larry Cook has resigned Cook, who has served the district for 14 ½ years, cited time commitments for his resignation. The district is accepting applications for the board term, which expires Dec. 31, 2016. More...

Couple complains about waterfront project

PORT SANILAC — Residents Phil and Joann Kolakovich spoke against the hotel-waterfront proposals at the Feb. 17 council meeting. The couple, who also opposed the projects at the Feb. More...

Marlette: Street, pool project updates

MARLETTE - It’s been a long, cold winter and Marlette is freezing. So are some of the pipes that transport water to Marlette residences, especially on the west side of the city. More...

Man wins truck noise lawsuit

A Bridgehampton Township man has won a lawsuit against Michigan Peat Inc. because of the noise its trucks make braking for the intersection next to his home. More...

Senate chairman to visit local reading program

BROWN CITY — State Senator Phil Pavlov, chairman of the Senate Education Committee will visit Brown City Schools March 9. “I asked Senator Pavlov to visit our early reading intervention program,” said Superintendent Doug Muxlow. More...

Mom seeks donations to help disabled son

A worthy cause

It’s one thing to be a parent, it’s quite another to be the parent of a child with disabilities. Julie Maze, of Croswell, is trying to raise money to get her family’s house modified for her son Marcus, 7, who has cerebral palsy. More...

Rotary’s pancakes benefit hospice

The Brown City Rotary Club’s 26th Annual Pancake Supper to benefit United Hospice Service raised $3,100. The event that supports services for patients and families was held Feb. More...

Man, 28, gets jail time for burglary

A 28-year-old Brown City man has been sentenced to jail in a December burglary spree. Last week Sanilac County Circuit Court Judge Donald Teeple sentenced Larry L. Kanoff to 365 days in jail, with credit for 74 days served. More...

Mental health workers get raises

The Sanilac County Community Mental Health Board granted raises to three categories of staff at their Feb. 24 meeting. The four psychiatrists will receive 2% raises effective March 1. More...

Driver injured in crash

ELMER TWP. — A 48-year-old Marlette resident was injured in a one-vehicle roll over accident Monday. According to sheriff’s deputies, Leslie Watts was northbound on Juhl Road, north of French Line Road, around 5:15 a.m. More...

Health care entities promote early literacy

March is National Reading Month. More...

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