Cathie Martin

Xanadu – Performed By Fort Gratiot Middle School


Xanadu JR. is inspired by the Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical and the Universal Pictures’ cult classic movie that starred Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly. Xanadu JR. will be performed by Fort Gratiot Middle School, Thursday, May 19 at 7 p.m., Friday May 20, at 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 7 pm..  The musical follows the journey of a magical…

Lake Huron Medical Center Celebrates Emergency Medical Services Week


National Emergency Medical Services Week is celebrated each year from May 15-21 by communities, hospitals, healthcare organizations, survivors and EMS agencies to recognize the lifesaving work of EMS professionals.  Given the challenges facing our nation’s healthcare system and the rapid pace of change, making sure the public and other stakeholders understand what EMS has to…

Be Responsible Dog Owners


The Postal Service announced that 6,549 employees were attacked by dogs last year as it released its annual top dog attack city rankings. It also shared information on new safety initiatives it is putting in place to help protect its employees.  “Dogs are protective in nature and may view our letter carriers handing mail to…

Senator Phil Pavlov welcomes Deacon For Invocation

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State Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township, welcomed Deacon John Fitzmaurice to the Michigan Capitol on Thursday. Fitzmaurice, of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in St. Clair, delivered the daily invocation before the start of the Senate session. Also pictured is Lt. Gov. Brian Calley (right).

SCC Health Department WIC Program Participating In Project Fresh

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  The St. Clair County Health Department WIC program will be participating with PROJECT FRESH (PF) again this year. Project Fresh is a WIC initiative that collaborates with local farmers to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to WIC clients through the local Farmers Market. 121 Project Fresh coupon booklets worth $20.00 each will be distributed…

Woman To Receive New Trial

Judy Katherine Higley-Zuehlke

The woman awaiting a second trial in the murder of her former boyfriend, John Allen, has been given a $250,000 cash or surety bond.  According to reports, it is highly unlikely that 45-year-old Judy Higley-Zuehlke will be able to post that bond.  Higley-Zuehlke was convicted in October 2014 of second-degree murder and three other lesser…

Citizens Needed To Monitor Local Butterflies


Friends of the St. Clair River, in cooperation with the Michigan Butterfly Network, is leading a two-part event “Butterfly Day: Training & Hike” on Wednesday May 25, 2016. The first part, a Butterfly Training Session, will be held from 2:00-5:30 p.m. at the St. Clair County Admin Building, 200 Grand River Ave., Port Huron. The…

Stress Less


Stress Less with Mindfulness Class Series offered by MSU Extension  Work, family commitments, or a hectic daily schedule can overwhelm any adult.  Many people are looking for a quick fix to find a way to balance work, daily schedules and family.  Michigan State University Extension is offering a class series that can help you find…

Investigation Into Embezzlement Continues

Chad Shappee

The Port Huron Police Department has completed investigation of a complaint of Embezzlement made by the Utility Workers of America – Local 532 – a City of Port Huron DPW Union, regarding the embezzlement and Uttering and Publishing of forged financial transaction devices in the amount in excess of $60,000.  The complaint led to a…