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The police came through for Amy Carrier and her kids Thursday. "My four kids are living in the domestic violence shelter with me," Carrier, of Port Huron, said.
Let's see what's on your minds today. Talk to me: * Laura Newsome from the Council on Aging: "I'm calling to respond to No Name who is 78 years old and because of money is not able to eat for two weeks.
* Every family and every store in Port Huron saving and preparing waste paper for Uncle Sam while the paper shortage exists! That is the goal the U.S. Victory Waste Paper committee adopted at its Friday noon meeting.
Participants should meet at 1:30 p.m. in the northwest corner of Vantage Point parking lot, Port Huron, to carpool.
Arthur Payne believes "a child will grow up into a happy, moral adult if they know happiness in their childhood."
By next week, the Port Huron City Council could vote to shutter certain parts of the city to further rental development.
The walls of the Blue Water Convention Center could begin rising early next year.
"My beard was a month too short for this cold weather," said Ed Weichsler, Old Newsboys president.
More than 25 years ago, Wayne Brusate sifted through piles of matchsticks and crates of supplies to recover bottles, spoons, and coal inside a sunken package freighter at the bottom of Lake Huron.
The American dream was the idea that the opportunity for upward mobility came through hard work.
Families got in the Christmas spirit over plates full of pancakes and sausage at Sunday's Breakfast with Santa.
The final touches aren't in place yet, but Wally the alligator is feeling at home in his new living arrangements.