Cathie Martin

Emmett KOA Earns Award


The Emmett KOA Campground has been awarded the 2015 KOA President’s and Founder’s Awards by Kampgrounds of America Inc., the world’s largest system of family-friendly campgrounds. The awards were presented Friday, November 14 at KOA’s Annual International Convention in Charleston, South Carolina. KOA is celebrating its 52nd Anniversary in 2014.The KOA President’s Awards are presented…

Arrest Made In Narcotics Investigation


A 47 year old male was taken in custody following a narcotics investigation in the 1700 block of 24th St in Port Huron Township at approximately 11 p.m. Wednesday, November 12.  The St. Clair County Drug Task Force conducted a narcotics investigation involving the sales of marijuana in the Port Huron area.  Member of the…

Woman Injured In Single Vehicle Rollover


Richmond fire department were called to Gratiot Avenue, north of Arlington Road at approximately 8a.m.Thursday following reports of a rollover accident.  Firefighters responded to find a woman, pinned inside her vehicle in what appeared to be a single-vehicle incident.  Responders were able to extricate the woman from the vehicle and she was transported by Richmond-Lenox…

Convention Center Work Moving Along

Bill Kaufman

St. Clair County officials are hard at work.  The board meeting that was held last week saw a number of issues moving forward, including the budget after public hearing; some changes to some software and data bases used by the Sheriff Department to help them analyze crimes and the residential rate increase for the waste…

Opening Reception Friday Night

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Saline, Michigan
watercolor, 13″x19″
02/2014 ©yoshiko mishina

Studio 1219 will host an opening reception celebrating the holiday season between 6 and 8 pm on Friday, November 14th.  Featured are the 2014 Michigan Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibition and two Studio 1219 favorites – the Holiday Art Market and Smalls on the Walls.  The shows and art sale will run from November 14 through December 27, 2014 with new…

Hockey Challenge Termed “A Success”

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Officials at Tourism Sarnia Lambton say the recent World Under 17 Hockey Challenge that was held in Sarnia-Lambton last week, was a success.  Officials say that attendance numbers were respectable, with the lowest number at 1,400, and many of the games in Lambton Shores were sell outs.  Over 300  volunteers worked throughout the week, making…

Four Arrests – Twelve Citations In Gambling Ring Investigation

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The Port Huron Police Department Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) is concluding its investigation into a gambling ring that was operating within the City of Port Huron. The investigation culminated on Monday, November 10, 2014 just after 9pm when 3 search warrants were executed in the City and 1 executed in Port Huron Township.  The target…

Help With Heating Needs Available

blue water community action

Colder weather is here, and area residents in need can receive free help through the Michigan Energy Assistance Program, offered by the Community Action Agency.  Help is available based on household size and annual income.  According to Sherry Archibald of the local Blue Water Community Action Agency, the program can help with funds to pay…

PHN Drama Club Presents – “The Curious Savage”

the curious

Beginning tonight at 7:00 p.m. Port Huron Northern Drama Club will present “The Curious Savage” by John Patrick, with special arrangement by Dramatists Play Service.  This three-act performance, is a comedic play about Ethel P. Savage, a woman whose husband recently died and left her approximately ten million dollars. Contrasting the kindness and loyalty of…

SONS – Touring Colleges


SONS Outreach announced this week that it is in the midst of a series of college tours. On Thursday November 13th, SONS Talented Tenth Leadership Development Program will be traveling to Nashville Tennessee to tour Fisk University. The students attending the program have gone through the enrollment process, and the high school seniors each have a…