Cathie Martin

Port Huron Resident Wins In Mega Millions

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One Port Huron woman is a great deal richer after claiming her prize of $66 million from the Michigan Lottery.  Twenty-four year-old Kelsey Zachow,  won the prize in June and was identified during a press conference Thursday in Sterling Heights.  Reports say Zachow will take her winnings as a one-time lump sum cash payment of…

Animal Abuser Being Sought

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According to Sheriff Tim Donnellon, there have been two confirmed cases of dogs being tied up with electrical fence wire, while a third case that was called in second hand has not been confirmed. The first case was reported on July 22nd.  A man in the 8500 block of Imlay City Road reported that his…

SC4 Asking For Public’s Support

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St. Clair County Community College is looking for voters’ to support its four-year, 0.4951-mill tax on the Aug. 5 ballot. SC4 is the county’s only public institution of higher education. Authorities say SC4 provides affordable classes, helping students to complete all or part of their college educations at low cost, along with partnerships with universities…

Volunteer Today At The YMCA

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Parents want their children to learn valuable lessons  such as compassion, empathy, and gratitude. Research shows that children learn these types of things through experiences such as volunteering. The Y is asking families to join in Friday, Aug. 1 for Family Volunteer Day as part of the Maintenance Week (July 28 – Aug. 3) Volunteer…

Police Seek Help In Robbery Case

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The Port Huron Police Department is seeking assistance in the investigation of an armed robbery that occurred shortly after 9:30 p.m. Monday at the Spirits Shoppe, at 3550 Gratiot Ave. in Port Huron.  The suspect is described as a white male with a scruffy beard between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet tall wearing…

National Community Night Out

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Lakeshore Presbyerian Church located at 5235 Lakeshore Rd. will be participating in National Community Night Out on August 5th from 4:30-6:30.  According to organizers there will be free hot dogs, chips, and ice cream, Children’s Games, Face Paintings and Free giveaways.  Everyone is welcome to attend.  National Night Out culminates annually on the first Tuesday…

Gamez Trial Finishes Day One – Day Two Today

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The trial of a man charged with killing two Port Huron residents last summer goes into day two today.  According to St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Michael West, it is expected the trial will last about two weeks.  Thirty-two year old Manuel Gamez has been charged with two counts of open murder, two counts…

Jill Tucker “Student Chef Of The Year”

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Jill Tucker, of St. Clair, has been named Student Chef of the Year  for Baker College of Port Huron Culinary Institute of Michigan. She will represent the college at the Michigan Chef de Cuisine Association (MCCA) overall SCOY championship at the Dorsey Schools in Roseville on Aug. 12. “This title acknowledges Jill for her dedication and…

Brian Moeller Loses Battle With Cancer

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Port Huron has lost a strong voice and advocate for the city.  Port Huron Councilman Brian Moeller lost his battle with cancer Tuesday.  Moeller, 59 was diagnosed with small cell carcinoma about Thanksgiving time, and was given a good report in February, however, a routine-type surgery last week found the cancer had returned with a…