Cathie Martin

County – Business As Usual

Karry Hepting

As we begin a new month, and summer progresses, St. Clair County business is continuing as usual, according to St. Clair County Administrator Karry Hepting.  Hepting has one month under her belt now, as administrator and while she says there is no “big news” to share, the day-to-day business is continuing smoothly.  The transition into…

Fourth Of July – Travel Made Easier

U.S. Border And Customs

U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations advises travelers planning trips across the Detroit, Port Huron and Sault Ste. Marie border crossings to anticipate heavy traffic during the Fourth of July holiday and to have their approved travel documents this coming weekend.  All travelers, including U.S. and Canadian citizens, need to present an…

Port Huron City Tax Bills In The Mail

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The City of Port Huron mailed out the 2016 summer tax bills on yesterday, Wednesday, June 29.  According to City Treasurer, Lynn Ward, the summer taxes may be paid without penalty on or before August 1, 2016. The Port Huron Area School District has levied an additional 18.00 mills on all nonprinciple residence property. The Downtown…

Parvovirus Outbreak At Animal Control

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A parvovirus outbreak among dogs seized from a dog hoarding case led to the euthanization of 14 dogs at the St. Clair County Animal Control Office.  The incident began June 14th, when an officer from Animal Control was called to a home in the 7500 block of S. River Road in Cottrellville Township because of…

Celebrate America At Cedar Point

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Remember to listen in for your chance to win Cedar Point tickets from WGRT! A Fourth of July celebration doesn’t have to last one day, especially when celebrating at Cedar Point! Four days of festivities await Friday, July 1 through Monday, July 4. Find you patriotic side at the park with a limited-time ticket offer,…

Over $180,000 In Scholarships Awards In 2016 Season –

Elizabeth STrand

The Community Foundation of St. Clair County has announced more than $180,000 in scholarship awards for the 2016 season, and 18 of the 86 total recipients are first generation college students.  The favorite college of choice was SC4 with 15 students, followed closely by the University of Michigan with 14 students.  Grand Valley State University…