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Police: Man dead at base was disoriented in cold
State police say a man found dead at Selfridge Air National Guard Base apparently became disoriented in the cold and succumbed to the elements.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Defense lawyer testifies about 1987 trial
A day after a federal judge said he couldn't recall whether he'd seen lineup photos from Temujin Kensu's 1987 murder trial where he was the prosecutor, Kensu's former defense lawyer testified the same.
State directs money to help with road woes
St. Clair County and municipalities are getting $920,328 from $215 million in emergency road funding the state Legislature approved Wednesday.
Seven taken to hospital after crash
Seven people were taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon at Dove Road, east of Michigan Road in Port Huron Township.
Authorities add patrols during St. Patrick's Day festivities
The St. Clair County Sheriff Department and departments from 25 other counties are asking drivers to have a sober ride with a designated driver during St. Patrick's Day celebrations, according to a statement from the sheriff department.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
SC4 offers annual day of one-hour classes to community
College doesn't come any cheaper than this. Participants in St. Clair County Community College's 12th annual Free College Day can discover the art of smoking meats, uncover the ancient myths that inspired modern superheroes, and even find hidden patterns in their credit cards -- all for free.
Participants should meet at 10 a.m. in the northwest corner of the Vantage Point parking lot, Port Huron.
Winter storm watch for Tuesday night
A winter storm watch will go into effect late Tuesday night for several areas, including St. Clair County, according to the National Weather Service.
Auto supplier seeks tax abatements
The Marysville City Council will be asked Monday to approve three applications for tax abatements for SMR Automotive Systems, USA, Inc. "The abatement would be a 50 percent reduction of the real property taxes they would pay for up to 12 years," explained Dan Casey, Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County executive director.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
'Scienceis their sport'
Eight-year-old Kyle Danielson was one of the youngest competitors at the 18th annual St. Clair County Science and Engineering Fair Sunday, but he didn't seem intimidated by the older competition.
Will winter's chill be reflected in summer heat?
No Name: "How many days in a row did we have below-zero weather? Or days below freezing? I heard it on TV but somebody from way out state was asking me the question and I couldn't give them the answer.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Ice breaks bad for recreation
Talk to me: * John: "A caller complained about Port Huron tax dollars spent on a tug boat to break the ice on the Black River.
County's population is not getting younger
Death is a growth industry in St. Clair County. In 2013, there were 173 more deaths in the county than births -- 1,633 vs. 1,460 -- capping a 35-year trend.
Mike Connell: 'Mighty Marysville' strikes out
Ninety-two years ago, smoldering coals were brought from the Delray power plant on the Detroit River and used to fire the boilers at a newly constructed power plant on the St. Clair River.
People savor fundraiser for Council on Aging
People were lined up Saturday at the Port Huron Senior Center to get a Taste of the Blue Water.
Drugged Drivers Face Tougher Penalties Under New Legislation
Republican Rep. Dan Lauwers of Brockway introduced the three-bill package on drugged driving earlier this week.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
County plans $15 million in 2014 road work
The St. Clair County Road Commission has about $15 million in county road projects on tap for 2014, but federal and state funds will cover about $11 million of the expenses.
Two arraigned after meth lab bust
Two Port Huron men were arraigned Friday after they were arrested during a meth lab bust Wednesday nightin Port Huron.
Break-in reported after suspicious men spotted in Casco Twp.
Men reported acting suspiciously Thursday in Casco Township are believed to be responsible for a China Township home invasion, according to the St. Clair County Sheriff Department.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Library tax renewal will be on August ballot
Voters will decide Aug. 5 if they want to renew a 0.7 mill tax that provides about $3.8 million annually for the St. Clair County Library System.