Cathie Martin

Stress Less

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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

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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…

Spiral Gallery Offers “Whimsical”

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St. Clair County Community College’s Spiral Gallery at Studio 1219 in Port Huron is featuring the art show Whimsical, with ceramics by artist Jannette Prusik, now through May 31.  Prusik is the executive director of Studio 1219. She creates pieces with “an outdoor spirit” at Sweetpea Cottage Pottery.  A show opening reception was held last Friday.  Each…

Woman Injured In Crash

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A woman was transported to McLaren Port Huron after a crash that occurred in the vicinity of Hancock Street and Pine Grove Avenue at approximately 3:15 p.m. Saturday.  According to reports, two vehicles collided at the intersection.  The driver of a Cadillac Escalade was trapped in her vehicle and had to be removed by firefighters. …

Investigation Into Infant’s Death Continues

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Investigation into the death of a 2 ½ month old baby continues by the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau.  According to Sheriff Tim Donnellon, deputies received a call of a baby girl not breathing in the 4100 block of Dove Road in Port Huron Township shortly after 3:00 a.m.  Thursday.  The deputies responded…

Love Your Feet At Lake Huron Medical Center

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Lake Huron Medical Center (LHMC) will host Healthy Aging program: Love Your Feet! on Wednesday, May 18, 2016. Practicing good foot care is important, especially as we age. Years of wear and tear can be hard on them, so disease, bad circulation, improper nail care, and wearing shoes that do not fit. Foot problems can…

McLaren Port Huron Names Employee Of The Month

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Donna Schoenberg has been named McLaren Port Huron’s Employee of the Month for April. Schoenberg has worked at McLaren Port Huron since 2010 and is currently a nurse aide in selective care.  Schoenberg was recognized for demonstrating the values of McLaren Port Huron. She always provides patients with top-notch, quality care, standing out among her…

Stamp Out Hunger

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Saturday, May 14, has been set aside for the community to help stamp out hunger. By joining the United States Postal Service in the Letter Carriers’ FoodDrive.  All you have to do to participate, according to Brent Gillette, Campaign/Labor Director for the United Way of St. Clair County is put your non-perishable donations in a…

Menards Has The Answers For Spring Clean-up

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Spring has finally sprung in the Blue Water area and it is time to get outdoors and get our yards in shape.  Residents were very excited to see a Menards store go up in Port Huron Township, as the superstore offers every item you might need to spruce up your yard, as well as remodel…

Woman Arrested For Allegedly Biting Boyfriend And Officer

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In the early hours Thursday, Port Huron Police Officers were called to a residence in the 1700 block of 22nd Street in Port Huron for a domestic assault.   A victim at the scene, said a 35-year-old woman from Port Huron  who was his girlfriend had allegedly bitten him.   When officers attempted to arrest…