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 this morning at 94.8” of snow for the season which breaks a
A special meeting last 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, yesterday 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.
Storm in Shelby Twp courtesy of Mike Schreiber via National Weaher Service
Southern Saint Clair County became part of the bull's-eye for the latest round of severe weather over the weekend. Saturday evening’s storms struck areas like Marine City, Saint Clair, Algonac and Ira Township. A swath of damage was noted all the way across to lake Michigan in a narrow band that was for the most part just north of M-59 according to National Weather Service Forecaster
If you're looking for some good eats you might want to give the new restaurant along the Thomas Edison Parkway a try. It's called COURSES, and the chefs are all students of the Baker College Culinary Institute. Baker's Tom Recinella says soups, salads and more are on the menu, which will keep changing as new creations are unveiled by the students. Recinella says no
It's National Library Week this week, with a host of activities and events going on each day at the branches of the St. Clair County Library System. The library's Sharon Smith says libraries today are more than just books and other resources, as they keep up on the latest technologies and have a wide variety of ways to access and obtain information. Activities are listed on
Representative Paul Muxlow during signing ceremony on scrap metal bill.
The Director of the Michigan State Police is applauding Michigan's new law designed to curb the theft of scrap metal. She commented on the law change over the weekend as did St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon. The new reporting rules officials say will be a big plus to law enforcement.
A disease that has killed millions of bats in the U.S. and Canada has been detected in Northern Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said that laboratory tests have confirmed the presence of the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome has been found in Alpena, Dickinson and Mackinac counties. The fungus was found on five little brown