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August 28, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Sports

Ubly wins Hatchet Early Bird cross country meet

Hatchet Early Bird Meet Friday at Bad Axe High School Varsity Mixed 5000 Meter RunTeam results:1. Ubly, 30 points2. Cass City, 36 points3. Bad Axe, 68 points More...

Include hunter education in ‘back to school’ plan

Michigan parents who have children interested in learning to hunt should consider making enrollment in a hunter education class part of their “back to school” plans. More...

Ubly reaches Hatchet volleyball final

Ubly shines at Hatchet invite The Ubly girls volleyball team had a good showing at the Hatchet Invitational Volleyball Tournament, held Saturday in Bad Axe. More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Eisingers announce birth of daughter

Rob and Julie Eisinger, Eaton Rapids, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Harper Grace Eisinger. Harper was born May 3, 2014, and weighed 8 pounds and 9 ounces and was 20 and one-half inches long at birth. More...

Rutkowski-Dumouchelle engaged

Randy and Karen Rutkowski, Ubly, announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Lynn Rutkowski, Eaton Rapids, to Nicholas Ronald Dumouchelle, Colchester. More...

Port Hope Retirees news

PORT HOPE — President Ruth Ann opened the Aug. 12 Port Hope Retirees meeting with the Lord’s Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. There were 71 members present. The committee was thanked and the table prayer said. More...

Farmers: EPA rule change overreaches

HURON COUNTY — Farmers throughout the state are concerned that a proposed change to the Environmental Protection Agency’s interpretation of the Clean Water Act will bog their businesses in unnecessary regulation. More...

County treasurer recovering after collapse in office

HURON COUNTY — The Huron County Treasurer is recovering at Covenant Hospital in Saginaw after collapsing in the office vault last Thursday. A county representative said Tuesday that Sherry M. Learman is in stable condition. More...

Opinions

USDA announces $5.7M in grants, resources

VIEW from Washington

WASHINGTON - Agriculture Under Secretary Kevin Concannon has announced additional tools to help schools serve healthier meals and snacks as students return for the new school year. More...

Miller: EPA’s interpretation of Clean Water Act overreaching

Earlier this summer, I had the great honor and pleasure of meeting with nearly 400 of the Thumb’s finest at the 10th annual Dinner on the Farm. More...

Community

Judge OKs termination of parental rights proceedings in Emerick case

HURON COUNTY — After hearing testimony that both parents violated conditions of a reunification plan, a frustrated probate court judge said prosecutors may seek termination of parental rights for a mother acquitted of murdering her son. More...

Commissioners hire firm to update county’s turbine noise rules

HURON COUNTY — The Huron County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted Tuesday to hire Acoustics by Design to assist with the development of an updated noise ordinance as it applies to commercial wind turbine noise. More...

19th Annual Fall Family Days 2014

GAGETOWN - The Thumb Octagon Barn & Agricultural Museum, 6948 Ritchie Rd., Gagetown, announces its 19th Annual Fall Family Days. More...

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