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September 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Sports

Laker sails to 3-0 with win over Ubly

UBLY — Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port Laker remains undefeated after besting the Ubly Bearcats 36-22 on the road Friday. More...

Ubly girls nearly perfect in winning own invite

UBLY — Scattered thunderstorms delayed the Ubly Cross Country Invitational by a day, but the Ubly girls team did not suffer for the wait. The Bearcat girls raced to a near perfect finish Sept. 11, tallying a team total of 16 points. More...

More Football

Brown City 28, USA 14 More...

Celebrations & Milestones

Throwback ballgame pits Elks vs. River Hogs

HURON COUNTY — History will come alive during the 2014 Huron County Museum Weekend. Highlights include an 1860s style gentlemen’s baseball game, hay rides, old-fashioned school games the lighthouse tower climb and many other activities. More...

Pigeon class of 1956 gathers

The Pigeon High School class of 1956 held its class get-together on July 19th at the home of Ron and Noel Wichert. More...

50 year Class of 1964 of Our Lady of Lake Huron High School

The annual Our Lady of Lake Huron High School Alumni Association banquet was conducted at the American Legion Hall in Harbor Beach on Aug. 9, with 48 alumni attending along with their guests. More...

Sand Point Nature Preserve recovering from vandalism

SAND POINT — Although a lack of evidence has stymied the investigation into vandalism at the Sand Point Nature Preserve, the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy has worked toward restoration. More...

Local police conducting ‘active shooter’ training, planning

HARBOR BEACH — As single gunman tragedies increase in frequency throughout the country, local police are taking action to prevent Huron County neighborhoods and businesses from becoming another terrifying breaking news event. More...

Opinions

Pavlov to Canada: “Follow your own standard”

KINCARDINE, ONT. — State Sen. Phil Pavlov (R-St. Clair Township) addressed a Canadian panel recently regarding the dangers a nuclear waste dump would pose to the environmental and economic health of the Great Lakes basin. More...

Wind ordinance needs changes

Dear Editor: Meade Township has, according to recent headlines, given the green light to the DTE wind project. I was present at that meeting and am concerned the people who have only read about what went on there, will be getting the wrong message! More...

Turbine decision requires thought

Dear Editor, Recently, after attending meetings in Meade Township, I feel a lack of integrity and transparency may have clouded the view of some of the local officials in charge. More...

Community

Another infectious disease gains momentum, dangerous for kids

MICHIGAN — As classrooms fill with students and the weather begins to change, it is a common time of the year for viruses to peak. More...

PERFECT CHILI DAY

HARBOR BEACH — The weather was mighty chilly Saturday, but visitors to the 18th Annual Harbor Beach Harvest Festival and Chili Cook Off had several tasty ways to warm up. More...

News Briefs

Meet Lake Township officials LAKE TOWNSHIP — Lake Township officials invite the public to an open house 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Lake Township Hall, 4988 W. Kinde Road, Caseville. More...

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