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December 17, 2014 RSS feed / News

Deckerville contracts for SAW grant work

DECKERVILLE — The Village Council last week hired Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering of Midland to assess, clean and map the storm and sanitary sewer systems. More...

Burglary suspect charged

BROWN CITY — The 32-year-old suspect in a burglary spree has been arraigned in 73rd District Court. Larry Kanoff was apprehended the evening of Dec. More...

Final campaign finance reports filed

How much does it cost to run for the state legislature? The following figures come from the Michigan Secretary of State web site, and reflect the final figures for the 2014 primary and general elections for Senate and House seats in our area. More...

2 injured in crash

LEXINGTON TWP. — Two persons were hurt in a rollover accident Sunday on Old-51 near Aitken Road. Sanilac County sheriff’s deputies investigated the crash that occurred around 6:30 p.m. More...

Village lights to be turned back on

PORT SANILAC — More light is going to shine on village streets. On Dec. 2 the Village Council voted to turn 16 of the 32 streetlights back on that were turned off in October. More...

Lake Huron remains at highest level

Lake Michigan-Huron is headed into winter at the highest level in 17 years. According to the Army Corps of Engineers web site, Lake Michigan-Huron was 21 inches above the level of a year ago. More...

Worth plan maintains ‘residential character’

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Knights support Special Olympics

The Lexington Knights of Columbus has donated $1,650 to Sanilac County Special Olympics. More...

Port Sanilac woman complains about buildings

Supposed to be torn down for hotel

PORT SANILAC — A North Lake Street resident has filed a complaint regarding 4 dilapidated buildings where there are plans for a resort hotel. More...

Students collect food for hungry

Sandusky Elementary School conducted a successful canned food drive last week. The annual project sponsored by the food service department collected 1,643 food items that will be donated to H.E.L.P. More...

$4,000 spent on SAVE millage campaign

It cost more than $4,000 to pass the S.A.V.E. millage on Nov. 4, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Sanilac County Clerk. The Committee for S.A.V.E. More...

Community loses longtime physician

For three decades, Dr. Ricardo dela Cruz, of Sandusky, tended to the health needs of area residents. After suffering a short illness, he died Dec. 8 in Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. He was 66 years old. More...

Sugarbeet growers cry foul on imports

CROSWELL — Despite a crop called “phenomenal” in both yield and quality, Michigan Sugar Company sugarbeet growers’ struggle with a foreign trade policy that keeps their cash return depressed. More...

Port Sanilac lighthouse welcomes a new owner

PORT SANILAC — A Fenton man has purchased the historic Port Sanilac Lighthouse property, which he plans to use as a vacation home. However, he is also willing to open it to the public on occasion. More...

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