Port Huron Local Business
Local business in Port Huron, MI
Thursday Feb 16 | via RV Business
Record crowds are meeting record numbers of RVs at consumer shows taking place now in cities across the country. As reported by RVIA Today Expres s, the winter RV show season got off to a fast-paced start with every weekend in January packed full of expositions featuring the latest RVs and drawing throngs of potential buyers. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 15 | via Times Herald
Three trainees hovered around a plastic dummy named George Clooney late Wednesday morning, preparing to administer an IV in its forearm. EMS services feeling paramedic shortage Three trainees hovered around a plastic dummy named George Clooney late Wednesday morning, preparing to administer an IV in its forearm. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 7 | via Michigan Radio
Every day, more than 20 million gallons of oil, some 540 thousand barrels, are pumped through two 63-year-old pipes lying at the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac. Those Enbridge Line 5 pipes are the focus of the Great Lakes Business Network , a newly-formed group of Michigan business leaders who want the twin pipeline shut down. Comment?
Sunday Feb 5 | via The Las Vegas Sun
Struggling under the weight of pension and health care obligations, Michigan lawmakers appear ready to take another whack at public employee benefits - a move that reflects renewed determination to shift workers to 401 -style retirement systems, even if it happens in baby steps. Other states have made more modest changes, but the latest push shows that conservatives want to approve big reforms 20 years after Michigan became the first state to close pensions to future state workers. Comment?
Saturday Feb 4 | via Marine News
The Alabama State Port Authority has announced a new memorandum of understanding with the National Port Administration of Cuba, potentially laying the groundwork for future trade deals. Memorandum of Understanding between the Port of Mobile and the Cuban ports marks the first ports agreement signed on U.S. soil since 1959. Comment?
Thursday Feb 2 | via Times Herald
Final Jail and Bail is Saturday A Port Huron tradition in its 61st year ends on Saturday Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/2k5gKr4 A Port Huron tradition in its 61st year ends on Saturday - and the March of Dimes Jail and and Bail fundraiser would like to go out on a high note. The event started in 1956 at the suggestion of Port Huron deejay Lee Van Dam, who was with WTTH, which was then owned by the Times Herald. Comment?
Sunday Jan 22 | via Northern Michigan News
It does make you wonder how much Worth Township's sewer project would have cost if it had started digging when the state Department of Environmental Quality first ordered it to stop dumping waste into Lake Huron in 2003. Worth Township fought the order for a decade, even though it was no secret that homes in its lakeside subdivisions on the southern shores of Lake Huron had private septic systems that were leaking untreated sewage not only into Lake Huron but also onto neighbors' lawns. Comment?
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