Cathie Martin

Blue Water Transit Phone Service To Be Down

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Phones at Blue Water Transit will be down for service on Friday, November 21st from 2:30 till 4:30. Riders are asked to call before that time if they need transportation between 2:30pm and 4:30pm on Friday. Authorities at Blue Water Transit say they are sorry for the inconvenience, but the phone provider will be working on…

SC4 Professor Wade Named Michigan Professor Of The Year

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St. Clair County Community College Math Professor Cindie Wade of Dryden has been named Michigan Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.  SC4 nominated Wade for the award. She was selected from faculty members nominated by community colleges and four-year…

Hadfield Appointed To Space Advisory Board

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A new board to advise the Canadian government on space projects is being formed and former astronaut Chris Hadfield is among those named by Industry Minister James Moore to take part.  The goal of the space advisory board will be  to help produce the country’s future space policies.  Also included in the list of participants…

Pollock-Randall Sponsors KidSAKE’s “Inspired Art”

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The Pollock-Randall and Marysville Funeral Homes announced they will sponsor KidSAKE’s “Inspired Art” workshops. Regularly only $25/session, the sponsorship allows for a substantial discount for those demonstrating financial need.   The introspective workshops continue 6:30pm – 8pm Wednesdays thru December 10,  “Inspired Art” is topical lessons with a Biblical inspiration that build confidence and get patrons participating to…

Officials Say “Slow Down” On Those Snow-Covered Roads

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Area sheriff and police departments were kept extremely busy yesterday as snow hit the Blue Water Area.   St. Clair County Sheriff Department were called to some 24 accidents on Wednesday between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m.  while Michigan State Police were called to 13 traffic related incidences during those hours.  Most were light damage to…

Celebration of Lights To Kick Off Friday, Despite Vandalism

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Sarnia’s Celebration of Lights kicks off this weekend, and unfortunately, the much anticipated exhibit has been vandalized.  Reports say a large angel from one of the displays was thrown into the St. Clair River sometime Monday night.  Sarnia police are asking the public for any information they might have about this crime.  They say you…

Community Invited To Mammoth Holiday Open House

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St. Clair County Community College will host a holiday museum open house with free activities for kids and families Saturday, Dec. 6, in SC4’s Nasr Natural Science Museum.  Stop by the free Mammoth Holiday event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the museum to participate in kids’ activities, see museum exhibits and meet Santa Claus.  The museum…

Bridge Work Ahead

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Motorists will need to “go around” when traveling through Port Huron and St. Clair as the two bridges that go directly through the downtowns in both cities will be closed for three months as the Michigan Department of Transportation spends $2.8 million in making improvements.   Both the Military Street Bridge over the Black River in…