Cathie Martin

Know How 2 Go

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Financial Aid Beyond the Basics,  April 1st, 6:30 pm – 8 pm:  This time of year, families who have submitted their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are receiving  awards letters from colleges detailing the finances of that institution.  They can be complicated and we know every student and family should be careful when…

Free College Day – Great Experience

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Each spring, SC4′s Free College Day provides free, one-hour sessions on a variety of topics, including arts and crafts, business, computers and recreation.  According to Martha Pennington, one of the organizers of the events, over 1100 people from around the area, attended the 12th annual Free College Day on Saturday.  Presenters included SC4 professors and…

Council On Aging To Offer Family Caregiver And Open House

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The Council on Aging, serving St. Clair County, will be offering a Family Caregiver Seminar and Open House on April 8 at its Port Huron location, 600 Grand River Ave. The event will showcase local senior services in St. Clair County that can help assist caregivers.  It is free to attend from 6:00 to 8:30…

Sting Nets Two Citations

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On Friday March 28, 2014 the Port Huron Police Department conducted a sting operation focusing on underage sales of alcohol to minors.  During the operation, police sent underage decoys into twenty eight (28) businesses that are licensed by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. Five (5) of the establishments checked were bars. From the sting  two…

12 Annual Free College Day – Saturday March 29 At SC4

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Each spring, SC4′s Free College Day provides free, one-hour sessions on a variety of topics, including arts and crafts, business, computers and recreation.  Today, the 12th annual Free College Day runs from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Presenters include SC4 professors and staff and local residents who volunteer their time to share their expertise with…

Give Where You Live – Selfies – Check It Out!

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On May 6th, a number of local non-profits will be vying for your dollars as they challenge residents to take part in the Give Where You Live campaign.  To get the public ready, the Community Foundation of St. Clair County is sparking excitement for the campaign with a  social media promotion… the Give Where You…

Over 400 Attend Empty Bowl

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More than 400 people attended Thursday evening’s Empty Bowl Fundraiser at St. Stephen’s school.    Alice Rieves, Director of Mid-City Nutrition, says this is the 11th year of the annual fundraiser, which last year served over 55,000 meals to 1241 individuals.  99% of their revenue comes from donors.  Denise Dencklau, chair-person of the Empty Bowl Fundraisers…

Golf Outing To Benefit Special Olympics

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Contributors are welcome to help support the 7th annual Special Olympics golf outing on Saturday, May 10 at Fore Lakes Golf Course in Kimball. Jennifer Egan, a Woodland Developmental Center instructor and local Special Olympics organizer, said 100% of all donations will go to Special Olympics, which allows students with disabilities to participate in an annual…

Chase Leads To Arrest

Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki

Sanilac County Sheriff’s Department issued a statement yesterday concerning a  Lexington man who was taken into custody Thursday after a brief police chase that ended in a crash.  Authorities say that deputies attempted to pull over a car on Babcock Road near Mortimer Line Road in Lexington Township for operating while intoxicated and a traffic…

Three Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

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A two vehicle crash the occurred Wednesday, shortly before 1:30 saw three people transported to area hospitals.  According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, the incident occurred at the intersection of Business Loop I-69 and 32nd St.  A Dodge pickup truck was heading eastbound on BL I-69 when it struck a Chevrolet Trailblazer in…