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November 27, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Sports

Harbor Beach runs into buzz saw

ALMA — For the second time in as many years, the Harbor Beach Pirates met an offense it couldn’t stop. More...

Ubly runners honored

The Ubly Cross Country banquet took place on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Attached is a picture of the award winners. More...

Proud Patriots find surprise success at states

BATTLE CREEK — The Unionville-Sebewaing Area girls fell in Thursday’s state semifinal match at Kellogg Arena, but both coach and team say they’re happy to have made it as far as they did. More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Laker band students performing in various honors bands

LAKER — Recently, several Laker band students have been selected to perform in various honors bands, which require an audition process. More...

Laker High School inducts NHS members

LAKER — On Oct. 20, Elkton- Pigeon-Bay Port Laker High School conducted its annual induction ceremony for its local chapter of the National Honor Society. During this candlelit ceremony, 17 students were inducted as new members. More...

Honor roll

UNIONVILLE-SEBEWAING FOR 1ST QUARTER More...

Businesses, chambers encourage local shopping on Black Friday, beyond

HURON COUNTY — The day after Thanksgiving, better known as Black Friday by consumers and retailers alike, is a day for millions of people to get some serious Christmas shopping done. More...

Opinions

State Superintendent Flanagan has plan to address teacher shortage

LANSING — State Superintendent Mike Flanagan says there are ways to address the dramatic teacher shortages that are causing large classroom sizes at Detroit Public Schools, and he is calling on the Legislature, businesses, and career profession More...

Happily giving thanks

Dear Editor, Happy Thanksgiving as we celebrate Thanksgiving the fourth Thursday of November. What a grand time of year. Leaves are almost all off their trees - what beautiful colorings again this year. More...

Community

Hope flowing like water from a well

PORT HOPE - People from Port Hope are helping fund the building of wells in Guatemala so folks will have a flow of safe drinking water - and some hope for the future. More...

News Briefs

Caseville Food Pantry Holiday Hours More...

Thanksgiving dinner tradition continues

BAD AXE — A Thanksgiving tradition continues, thanks to “Community Cooks” and other local volunteers. Kathy Collings, the former Vice- President of the Bad Axe Jaycees, explains how it all got started: More...

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