Thursday May 2
The Globe and Mail
Ottawa accused of neglecting joint Canada-U.S. water commission
Two of Canada's three seats on a key bilateral institution have been allowed to go vacant, raising questions about Ottawa's commitment to the joint body that oversees waters shared with the United States.
Wed May 01, 2013
Forum discusses Medicaid expansion
Harry Brown said he owes his life to Medicaid coverage. The Port Huron man said a regular doctor's visit, covered by Medicaid, led to diagnosis of prostate cancer while it was still in its early stages.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
The Windsor Star
Low levels in Great Lakes best left to nature, says Sarnia mayor
In this file photo, a fishing boat sits docked on the Little River in East Windsor, Sunday, January 27, 2013.
IJC recommends water baffles for St. Clair River
The International Joint Commission announced on Friday its much hoped-for recommendation that the governments of Canada and the United States investigate structural options to restore water levels in Lake Michigan-Huron by 13 to 25 centimetres, including a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis and a detailed environmental impact study.
'Titanic' steams into St. Clair
Don't look now, but the Blue Water Area will receive a famous maritime visitor. "Titanic: The Building of an Icon" will be on exhibit at the Fred Moore boathouse at 940 South Riverside Drive in St.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Pavements shake up our callers
I'm disabled and the wheels of my power chair always get torn up because of the potholes and the cracks in the sidewalks and streets.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Medicaid expansion forum on tap
The decision about whether or not to expand Medicaid in Michigan will take center stage Wednesday.
McMorran Pavilion holds 31st annual Railroad Show
Orville Swick and Bruce Sawdon didn't run short of stories and memories as they chatted next to rows of boxed railroad memorabilia.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Salmon are kings at fish tournament
A salmon fishery that crashed in 2008 appears to be on the rebound, at least judging by the results of Saturday's Salmon Stakes tournament.
Making themselvesat home
Second of two parts The scars on Brian Martin's forearms attest to the changes made to the Great Lakes by invasive Dreissenid zebra and quagga mussels.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
The church is at 79780 Main St. NEW HAVEN - Free clothing is distributed from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Fridays at the church, 58801 Main St.
Anglers Getting Ready for Opening of Fishing Seasons
The statewide trout season, the Lower Peninsula inland walleye, northern pike and muskellunge seasons, and the catch-and-immediate-release bass season for all Lower Peninsula waters including the Great Lakes all start on Saturday.
International body wants to look at engineering fix to boost Huron, Michigan levels
Since 2003, reporter Dan Egan has been reporting on threats facing the lakes. His groundbreaking work has shown the damage caused by invasive species and has laid out the bold steps that could be taken to restore and protect the world's largest freshwater system.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Combined sewer overflows into St. Clair River
An overflow of 752,000 gallons of mixed rain water and sewage was discharged Wednesday and Thursday into the St.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
These 5 outstanding women make our community proud
Recognition is important. Although most of us don't seek it, I think we are all humbled when we receive it.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Anniversary: Herbert Machleid & Mary Lou Machleid
Clair Inn where they were joined by their children and families. They were married April 18, 1953 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in St.
Fri Apr 19, 2013
The church is at 79780 Main St. ST. CLAIR - The St. Mary's Concert Series will present Saint Andrew's Pipe Band and Highland Dancers at 5 p.m. Sunday.
Thu Apr 18, 2013
Blue Water Memories
She leaped into the cold lake water off Edison beach yesterday but did not remain long in the water.