Cathie Martin

Marysville Will Present State Of The City Address Monday Night

Dan Damman

A State of the City of Marysville address will take place tonight at 7:15 p.m. following the City Council’s goal-setting session which begins at 5 p.m.  Both meetings will be held at the Marysville city hall building at 1111 Delaware Avenue.  The goal setting session, is scheduled to discuss roads, review the ordinance concerning the…

Landmark Academy Appoints Superintendent

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Debby Wilton, the Administrator of Landmark Academy’s Middle School and High School, has accepted the position as Superintendent of Landmark Academy.  When asked what this change would mean for Landmark Academy, Mr. Travis Gostinger, CEO of Summit Management Consulting, stated, “Summit Management Consulting serves as the management company for Landmark Academy, and has done so…

Blood Drive

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St. Clair County Community College’s Lambda Mu chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society will sponsor a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16, and Wednesday, Sept. 17.  The American Red Cross drive will be in the College Center Café on the college’s Port Huron campus.  Those wishing to give blood…

Shooting In Port Huron Leaves One Dead

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Investigation continues into a shooting death that occurred early Saturday morning in the  city of Port Huron.  The Port Huron police departed issues a release that stated, a 40-year-old woman was taken to McLaren Port Huron where she died of a gunshot wound.  The incident occurred about 12:30 a.m.  A 23-year-old man was questioned and…

Lauwers’ Legislation To Protect Motorists From Drugged Drivers Sees Action In Senate

Prosecuting Attorney Mike Wendling, Dan Lauwers, Sheriff Tim Donnellon

A state Senate committee this afternoon unanimously approved legislation to help keep dangerous motorists off Michigan streets by ensuring immediate jail time for repeat offenders and better communication between law enforcement agencies, state Rep. Dan Lauwers announced.  St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon traveled to Lansing to testify in support of the legislation.  The drugged…

Enter SC4 Skateboard Deck Art Competition

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Students and community members are invited to enter St. Clair County Community College’s second annual skateboard deck art competition for the chance to win one of three cash prizes.  Participants are asked to submit a design for a skateboard deck by Tuesday, Sept. 30.  Numerous applicants will be selected to produce their designs on skateboards in…

McLaren Port Huron Names Employee Of The Month

Christina Sutherland

Cristina Sutherland has been named McLaren Port Huron’s Employee of the Month for August. Sutherland has worked at McLaren Port Huron since 2006 and is a patient registration representative on the first floor of the Wismer Health Center. Sutherland was recognized according to organizers for demonstrating the values of McLaren Port Huron. Her co-workers state…

Marysville Schools Closer To Finding A New School Superintendent

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Two men are in the running to become the next superintendent of Marysville Community Schools.  Second interviews will be granted by the Marysville Board of Education to St. Clair Middle School Principal Mike Alley, and Shawn Wightman, principal of Kment Elementary School in Roseville. Former Superintendent James Cain left at the end of June to…

Blue Water Chamber Hosts Ribbon Cutting

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The Blue Water Area Chamber will hold a ribbon cutting on Friday, September 12, at 9:00 a.m. for Blue Water Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 3524 Pine Grove Ave., Port Huron.  ReStore is moving its location from Marysville to Port Huron.  The Blue Water Habitat ReStore is a retail outlet for affordable used or recycled building materials, appliances, and…