More improvements for the 10-mile long Island Loop Route National Water Trail are on the way, with a kayak launch ramp planned for the west Quay Street parking lot. The item saw discussion Tuesday as the Port Huron Downtown Development Authority met, with City Manager Bruce Brown saying once installed, the ramp wouldn't need much in the way of maintenance or any further funding. Brown
The founder of London's Farm Dairy, a famous local institution in Port Huron started in 1936, passed away Saturday at the age of 94. Glen London founded the business along with his brother Clyde and his brother-in-law Dewey Blizzard. London retired as president of the company after 50 years, with his daughter Judy remembers how her dad put her to work, and what a
This spring marks the publication of the 56th edition of Patterns, the literary and arts publication featuring student work from St. Clair County Community College. Several events and workshops are planned for the publication, with SC4's Martha Pennington telling us Studio 1219 will be hosting several special readings and other activities, as well as a reception for the students
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is soliciting feedback from the public on proposed changes to the National Flood Insurance Program. You may receive information as well as register for a webinar by going to the fema.gov web site The webinars take place on April 22nd from 2:00-4:00 p.m., May 13th from 4:00-6:00 p.m., and May 20th from 4:00-6:00 p.m.. Comments on the
Governor Rick Snyder has signed bills that will drop the length of time for adoptions from six to three months and gives clarification to the adoption rights of an unmarried father.
Records were broken, Monday night, as snowfall in the area added just enough inches to rewrite the books. The National Weather Service says the Flint office now stands at 83.4” of snow which erases a record last set in the mid 70’s. Detroit’s official weather measurement also broke the all time record Monday morning at 94.8” of snow for the season which breaks a
A special meeting Monday night for the Port Huron Area School District Board of Education saw more discussion on just what is desired and required for a new superintendent. Over a dozen have applied for the post and more meetings, this month, will lower the number down to a handful that will be interviewed publically by the members. Meanwhile, Board President Jeff Stout says,
A couple of Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificates were approved Monday night,. by the Port Huron City Council, during a regular session. Mayor Pauline Repp says both US Farathane and Royal Oak Boring will be adding jobs to the local area. The council, Monday night, also approved a $25-thousand dollar grant, from the National Recreation and Park Association, that'll be
Several interested individuals, Monday evening, at the St. Clair County Community College heard another side to the nuclear waste question at Bruce Power. Dr. Gordon Edwards, of Ontario, continues to seek alternatives to a plan to bury intermediate and low level wastes near the plant which is also near to the shores of Lake Huron. SC4 instructor of English and Philosophy, James Soto,
State weekly average now pegged at $3.71, which is up 6-cents with some Port Huron pumps at $3.89 to as low as $3.66. Summer fuel changeover, in part, to blame.