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Trouble at the Fogcutter

A Port Huron landmark, commonly known as the “Fogcutter Building” seems to have fallen into disrepair, as evident in a 7-day eviction notice issued to the tenants this week. The Port Huron Office Center, located at 511 Fort Street in downtown Port Huron, is in danger of being shuttered by …

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Local Resident Appointed to Unmanned Aircraft Systems Task Force

A China Township resident has been appointed to the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Task Force. Justin L. Morren, the Plant Director of the DTE Blue Water Energy Center, who holds a mechanical engineering degree from Pennsylvania State, was chosen as a “member who is knowledgeable about the operation of public …

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President of Port Huron and Detroit Railroad Historical Society Retires

The Port Huron & Detroit Railroad Historical Society has new leadership.  The group has announced the retirement of Chad Thompson as President with Dan Meinhard taking over as the new leader and Geoffrey Hering in the role of Vice President. In the announcement on social media, Meinhard said he looks …

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