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Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
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Let's see what's on your minds today. Talk to me: * Johnny Zychski from Cottrellville Township: "I'm proud of my cousin Jeff Gutt.
He is a 2-year-old English toy terrier. Tiny is a very happy little dog who loves to be held.
Four men have been convicted and two of them already sentenced in connection with the seizure of approximately three kilograms of cocaine and crack cocaine on I-96 near Lansing.
Blue Water Area road crews already have a three-day head start on winter. On average, the first time snow accumulates more than an inch across the region is Nov. 29 or 30. So far, we've had hardly more than a dusting.
Sebastian Stevens knew exactly who was going to get his Christmas tree craft made out of colorful feathers.
An 80-year-old man reported missing in Midland County was found safe near Port Huron, about one hour northeast of Detroit, the Midland County Sheriff's Department reports.
Carlos Torres knows the difference that Old Newsboys can make in a person's life.
I knew you were up to no good and went in to see what you dropped off. Most animals don't stick around because they are very frightened.
Kelly Stroh has a personal reason to ring a bell for the Salvation Army "I remember when I was 12, it was Christmas time and we had nothing," the Port Huron resident said.
When Emily Mosher Wallace was five, Mosher's Jewelers moved to 336 Huron Avenue.
Port Huron -- The Michigan Supreme Court is ordering a St. Clair County judge to take another look at the case of a man convicted of killing another man in a college parking lot decades ago.
<![CDATA[CLYDE TWP. - Tom and Laurie Dennis will present, "Downriver Divers and Dabblers," at the group's monthly meeting, 6:45 p.m. Monday at Cornerstone Church, 4025 North Road. For details, call (810) 385-3289. The club will visit Meadowbrook Hall to view the Christmas decorations Thursday. Participants should meet at 1:30 p.m. in the northwest corner of Vantage Point parking lot in Port Huron to carpool. Admission is $20 for adults and $15 for senior citizens. For details, call (810) 327-6028. BURTCHVILLE TWP. - The group will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Burtchville Township Hall, 4000 Burtch Road. Township residents and those interested in the chapel preservation are welcome to attend. Call (810) 327-6086. Euchre winners on Nov. 21 were Marie Cook, Marilyn Dostie, Doreen Joyce, Pauline Linert, Yvonne Welch and Eleanor Wolfe. The auxiliary is sponsoring a Giving Tree with the names of children on Christmas tags, hung on a Christmas tree at Birchwood Mall in the south wing near Target and near J.C. Penney, and at Walmart. Community members were asked to take a tag in the week prior to Thanksgiving and purchase a Christmas gift. Gifts need to be returned by Dec. 14 to assure each children will receive them before Christmas. For details, call (810) 984-2679. Some of the best desserts St. Clair County has to offer were sampled by 250 guests at the annual Best Desserts contest, at Alexander's Banquet Facility in Marysville. Judges Mona Armstrong, Judge Cynthia Lane, Sheriff Tim Donnellon, Tom DeFauw and the Rev. Art Baranowski selected the following: First place: Wildberry cheesecake by Alexander's Banquet Facility; second place: Pumpkin caramel torte by Pastries and More; third place: Berrymisu by Chef Jeff from Elks Lodge 343. Winners of the popular vote were: First place: Bread pudding by Lynch's Irish Tavern; second place: Pumpkin caramel torte by Pastries and More; third place: Strawberry whipped cream torte cake by Alice Rieves. Proceeds from the event will benefit CCSEM mental health, substance abuse and adoption and foster care programs serving the St. Clair County community.
Over the past dozen years, efforts to open a casino in Port Huron have been thwarted by the oddest collection of bedfellows -- Harry Reid and Tom DeLay, Mike Rogers and John Conyers, Jack Abramoff and Kwame Kilpatrick.
McMorran Arena looks like an enchanted forest during the Festival of Trees. Nancy Klemmer, director of the Port Huron Hospital Foundation, said it's "like walking into the North Pole.