Cathie Martin

Annual Fundraiser Serves Women’s Interval Home


The annual fundraiser event will be held Monday,Nov. 3rd, at the Dante Club. Doors open at 5:00pm.  Cost is $35 per person – each guest will receive a $20 Mary Kay gift certificate to use toward a purchase of any gift set. The evening includes dinner, makeovers, a fashion show, vendors door prizes and more.…

Water Is Flowing In Kimball Township


Kimball Township water is back in service this morning, Wednesday, October 29, according to officials.  Those folks who need to boil water have been alerted individually.  So, if you have not received a delivered notice, you do not need to be concerned about boiling your drinking water.

Bradley Easily Wins Election

Mayor Mike Bradley

Mike Bradley will continue to hold his seat and the title of Mayor of the city of Sarnia, following Monday’s municipal election.  Mayor Bradley, in his ninth campaign won 66 per cent of the votes.  The closest opponent was Jim Carpeneto, who was over 8,000 votes short of Bradley.  Mayor Bradley has held the position…

Kimball Township Hires A New Assessor

Rob Usakowski

Kimball Township board has recently approved the hiring of a new assessor.  Kelly Timm will replace Peggy Chambers, who was fired in August at about the same time the state tax commission took over jurisdiction of the Kimball Township tax rolls following complaints from residents.  According to Kimball Township Supervisor Rob Usakowski, three people applied…

Assistant Volleyball Coach Bound Over For Pretrial

Charles Goubert

A Yale assistant volleyball coach was bound over to Macomb County Circuit Court Monday following an internet sex sting.  Fifty-three year-old Charles Goubert, of Emmett, was bound over on three counts of child sexually abusive activity and three counts of using a computer to commit a crime.  The preliminary examination was in Macomb County Judge…

New Life To Main Street Lodge


Painting and remodeling has been noticed at the motel in downtown Port Huron, across from McMorran.  According to reports, Ed Marshall, a lawyer in Port Huron, purchased the Main Street Lodge motel at 514 Huron Avenue earlier in October.  He says, he will provide a clean, affordable choice for visitors who wish to stay downtown.…

City Council Votes In Favor Of Monthly Water Bills

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The Port Huron City Council voted 5-2 last night in favor of residents being billed monthly for water and sewer.  City Manager James Freed says that the only change residents will see is a bill in the mail each month instead of every quarter. Back in May, when the proposal was first presented to council,…

SC4 Winter Semester Registration Opens November 3rd

sc4 building

Registration for winter semester classes at St. Clair County Community College begins Monday, Nov. 3.  Hundreds of day, evening and weekend courses are available at the main campus in Port Huron, plus additional courses at off-campus learning centers at Algonac, Croswell, Peck and Yale. A variety of online and accelerated classes provide additional options for students…

Leaf Pickup


As the weather cools, it is time to rake up those leaves and in the city of Port Huron, leaf pickup begins this week.  Leaves do not need to be bagged, they can be raked to the boulevard between the streets and sidewalks on specific dates.   The city is divided into two zones and Zone…

Man Taken Into Custody After Nine Hour Stand Off

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After over nine hours Sandusky police were able to arrest a 52-year-old Sandusky man. Police were called just before 1 p.m. Sunday to 410 Green Acres Drive at the Green Acres Apartments in Sandusky with reports that the suspect was inside a family member’s apartment and was threatening to kill himself with a shotgun.  Police…