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September 17, 2014 RSS feed / News

McKenzie hosts Autumn Benefit

McKenzie Health System is hosting its 27th Annual Autumn Benefit on Friday, Sept. 27. The community is invited to join the event at Woodland Hills Golf Club, Sandusky, including dinner, music, prize drawings and a new silent auction. More...

Native American heritage to be on display Sept. 27

DECKERVILLE — The 27th Annual Indian Heritage Day, featuring Native American women, will be held Saturday, Sept. 27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Reid Music Hall, 4028 Ruth Road, 1 mile north of Deckerville. More...

Roll out the barrel during Lexington Days, Sept. 20-21

Summer may be over, but the fun isn’t - at least not in Lexington! This year’s Lexington Days will be Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20-21, and will be blending the best events of past years together into a heady brew. More...

Got old drugs? Turn them in

The fall Drug Enforcement Agency National Take Back day for expired, unused, and unwanted potentially dangerous prescription drugs is Saturday, Sept. 27. More...

Port Sanilac Farmers’ Market moves

PORT SANILAC — The village council has been informed that the farmers’ market has moved from its spot on the north side of town to the historical museum lawn at the south end of the village. More...

Intruder training for McKenzie staff

Ninety-nine members of the McKenzie Health System staff recently participated in the new ALICE readiness training offered by the Sanilac County Sheriff Department. More...

New CT scanner at Deckerville hospital

Radiology Services at Deckerville Community Hospital has a new CT scanner that provides lowdose scans for patients. More...

Charges dismissed against former school board member

Criminal charges against a Carsonville woman charged with assault in a fight in the Carsonville Beer Tent have been dismissed. More...

Competency exam ordered in stabbing

A competency exam has been ordered for the man accused in a Labor Day weekend stabbing. 73rd District Court Judge Gregory Ross ordered the criminal responsibility competency exam for Roman R. Priehs, 23, Carsonville on Sept. 4. More...

Sandusky Chamber announces “Ladies Night Out” Sept. 26

The 5th Annual Ladies Night Out – A Hawaiian Shopping Adventure, is set for Friday, Sept. 26. More...

Bowling benefit for Chip

A Scotch doubles bowling benefit will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 for Chip Vannest. The 1990 graduate of Sandusky High School resides in Deckerville with his family. More...

Volunteers honored at awards ceremony

The Silver Linings Awards Committee honored a long-time mental health board member and Eagle Scout for their volunteer activities last week at the 21st annual Silver Linings Awards ceremony. More...

Hospital receives awards

Hills and Dales Hospital in Cass City has won the Studer Group’s Excellence in Patient Care Award for the second year. More...

Deckerville website to get new look

DECKERVILLE — The village council last week voted to spend up to $2,500 on a new website design. More...

Marlette moves forward on water main project

MARLETTE – City Council put the final touches on a $475,000 bond to replace a water main and heard good news in the results of its audit Monday night. More...

United Way kicks off campaign

Fundraising for the United Way of Sanilac County officially began Sept. 4 with a kick-off of the 2015 campaign. The goal is the same, $125,000, but the need is greater, according to United Way Director Marie Thieleman. More...

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