Mon Aug 18, 2014
Don't pin all Wilson's ills on teachers
It's not the fault of the teachers. They have excellent teachers there. A lot of the really good teachers go there because they know it's so needed.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Car show features true classics
The ache for simpler times was temporarily soothed on Sunday as antique cars lined up in Marysville.
Unofficial end of summer
Rafts of all colors, sizes and shapes, along with bathing suit-clad participants invaded Lighthouse Beach Sunday afternoon.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
BWAT has Float Down response
Let's see what's on your minds on this beautiful Float Down day. Talk to me: Jim Wilson, General Manager, Blue Water Area Transit: "Re: A Friday TalkBack caller's suggestion that Blue Water Area Transportation provide transportation at $2 per passenger for today's Port Huron Float Down: As soon as someone or some agency with deep pockets takes ... (more)
Artists park it in Marysville
About 50 artists showed off their compositions and colors -- and artistic chops -- Saturday at the 22nd annual Marysville Art in the Park show.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Ferris University graduates and honors
Jeffrey Dewitte of Clay Township; Taylor Miller of Berlin Township; Sarah Herbert of Allenton; Nicholas Torney of Ira Township; Michael Debano of Jeddo; Matthew Harris of Cottrellville Township; Jessie Smith and Adam Cieslinski, both of Marysville; Marceya Clark and Anthony Petix, both of New Baltimore; Jonathan Richmond and Travis Reed, both of ... (more)
Port Huron Float Down launches at 1 p.m. Sunday
From his home on Omar Street, Douglas McLeod has a front row seat to the comings and goings at Lighthouse Beach.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Marysville Golf Course voted Best in The Blue
Erin Van Belle said she plays a lot of the golf courses in the Blue Water Area, but its Marysville Golf Course that she enjoys the most.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
The club meets at 12:05 p.m. Tuesdays at Alexander's Premier Banquet Facility and Restaurant in Marysville.
Woodland students help veteran, animals
Students at Woodland Developmental Center on Tuesday learned what it's like to give back.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Fine day for the fast boats
Patrick Houle, 11, and his sister Allie Houle, 9, sat as close to the water as possible on Sunday to watch the International Offshore Powerboat Race.
Rachel Cole will be sworn in to Port Huron City Council
The Port Huron City Council will swear in a new councilwoman Monday night and vote on approving a $218,000 road paving project on Thomas Edison Drive.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Clocking overtime: Freed seeks to trim 20 percent of Port Huron's extra hours
Port Huron, with an $89 million operating budget, paid nearly $1 million in overtime pay during the fiscal year that ended June 30. City Manager James Freed says that's too much.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
County hears arguments about proposed ordinance allowing ORVs on roads
David Wakeham, of Marysville, told members of the St. Clair County Board of Commisisoners on Thursday he favors a proposed ordinance allowing the operation of off road vehicles on county roads.
Popular Rockin' the Rivers concert series returns to Port Huron
Junk food, a summer breeze, a blanket, and Motown harmonies -- perfect for a family night out.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Voter turnout down in St. Clair and Sanilac counties
Voter numbers for Tuesday's primary election were down from previous years in both St. Clair and Sanilac counties.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Library tax leading
With not all precincts reporting, supporters of a 0.7 mill tax for the St. Clair County Library System were leading with 7,071 yes votes to 3,657 no.
Strong support shown for senior tax
St. Clair County voters showed strong support for the renewal of a four-year 0.8-mill tax to support services for senior citizens with 6,429 yes votes to 2,307 no votes as of 9:40 p.m. Several cities including Port Huron had not reported.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Library tax leads our discussion
Let's get started. Talk to me: * No Name: "About the parks and recreation and library tax renewals: The library leaders knew about this $200,000.