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December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Sports

Got Chocolate Milk? They do

The Harbor Beach’s Varsity Boys Basketball team has been named one of United Dairy Industry of Michigan’s (UDIM) Chocolate Milk: Nature’s Sports Drink grant recipients. More...

Sandusky defeats Laker from long range

Boys basketball roundup

LAKER — It was a night of threepoint field goals as Sandusky and Laker combined for 15 baskets from beyond the arc. The Redskins got six ‘treys’ from Brandon Potter, three more from Justin Miller and another from Connor Green. More...

SCOREBOARD

Monday, December 1Girls Basketball(At) Owen-Gage 20, Caseville 18Tuesday, December 2Girls BasketballMarlette 55, (at) Bad Axe 41Akron-Fairgrove 49, (at) Caseville 18 More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Harbor Beach Lions hold Christmas dinner

HARBOR BEACH — The Harbor Beach Lions Club held its annual Christmas dinner on Dec. 7. Members were asked to bring non-perishable food items for the Food Pantry, and a large number of items were donated. More...

Local students to take SVSU Alternative Breaks to volunteer during holiday break

UNIVERSITY CENTER — Alyssa Briolat, of Ubly, and Haley Moore, of Port Austin, will be among Saginaw Valley State University students who will participate in the Alternative Breaks program, which sends students to volunteer across the globe duri More...

Hughes-Tenbusch engaged

Roger and Kathleen Hughes, Cedar, announce the engagement of their daughter, Brittany Ann Hughes, to Thomas John Tenbusch Jr., son of Tom and Betty Tenbusch, Harbor Beach. Brittany is a 2007 graduate of Lake Leelanau St. More...

Mixed news for county health care

HURON COUNTY — While Huron County residents have healthier habits than state and national averages in many areas, there is still work to be done, according to a report delivered to the Huron County Board of Commissioners Tuesday. More...

Opinions

How local Winter Warriors will stay active in the months ahead

How can a person maintain an active lifestyle through the winter while living in the rural Thumb? More...

Bad Axe Library appreciates memorials and gifts

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Community

Laker learns about suicide

LAKER — Barb Smith, a suicide prevention, intervention and aftercare specialist, shared about depression at a recent assembly for Laker secondary students: “Life can be a rollercoaster - you might go down, but you come back up!” More...

News Briefs

Cooking, nutrition classes begin Jan. 7, 2015 More...

Healthy Michigan Plan surpasses total enrollment projection in eight months

LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan Department of Community Health announces that the Healthy Michigan Plan has surpassed its original two-year and total eligibility projection by reaching more than 477,000 enrollees. More...

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