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EASTER: Every parking lot and street within walking distance to Our Town's churches will be filled as residents attend services. Dressed in colorful clothing and ...
OUR TOWN: Be a part of Our Town's history New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
OUR TOWN'S HISTORY: When the weather clears and the ground softens, project Chairman Ron Earle will place newly etched pavers in the earth surrounding ...
Algonac school voters approve sinking fund tax Port Huron Times Herald
Algonac Superintendent Al Latosz said the community came together to support the district during Tuesday's election. According to unofficial results posted on ...
Family prays for answers 35 years after Algonac man went missing Port Huron Times Herald
Shawn Raymond was last seen alive July 21, 1983. He simply vanished. It wasn't until years later that his family learned he had died — murdered.
Voters approve Algonac school millage | News New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The third time was the charm for Algonac school officials seeking additional funding for the district. Voters on May 8 approved the district's sinking fund millage ...
OUR TOWN: Nominate a Citizen of the Year candidate New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: Write a letter extolling the characteristics of someone deserving of the honor of being the outstanding Citizen of the Year in 2018-2019.
Algonac Hall of Fame inductees to be recognized New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Algonac Community Schools will celebrate a half-dozen individuals and teams recently inducted into the district's Hall of Fame next month.
Still no arrests on 35 years after murder of Michigan teen Shawn Raymond NBCNews.com
Shawn Raymond, 19, was last seen on July 21, 1983 at Menjo's bar in Detroit, Michigan. His skull was found in September, 1992 while workers were dredging ...
Students aren't coming back; neither are schools Port Huron Times Herald
Nicole Lozano waited on the side of Kimball Elementary with the rest of the other parents Tuesday. A few minutes before 3 p.m., moms, dads, grandparents and ...
Clay Township, Algonac news briefs: Beach glass jewelry class, 'Beatles Forever' set New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The Clay Township Parks and Recreation Department has added a beach glass jewelry class to its summer schedule. Participants will create a custom piece of ...
American Indian Festival to embrace tradition in Algonac New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Native American music and dancing will fill the gym at Algonac High School on April 28, when the annual American Indian Festival brings a daylong celebration ...
M-STEP results mixed for St. Clair County schools New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
M-STEP results for the 2017-2018 school year are in, and the outlook for Michigan's students continues to raise concern.
Algonac Care Bag Movement Sew-A-Thon 'fosters love' New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
What started as an Algonac High School senior's *service* project has blossomed into a tradition that bridges generations and gives members of the community ...
Algonac Lions select 2018 Pickerel Tournament court | Life New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
With the 80th annual Algonac Lions Pickerel Tournament fast approaching, the Lions Club has selected the 2018 festival court.
Algonac Church of Christ welcomes new but familiar pastor New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The 100-member congregation at Algonac Church of Christ recently welcomed a new, but familiar, pastor.
Algonac-Clay Historical Society to mark 25th anniversary New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The Algonac-Clay Historical Society will commemorate its 25th anniversary with a two-day celebration this month.
Algonac Clay Historical Society celebrates 25 years; museums open with new displays New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The Algonac Clay Historical Society recently opened its two museums for the season.
Districts work to bring officers back to schools Port Huron Times Herald
In the same week that Port Huron announced its resource officer program for local schools, Marysville and Clay Township initiated similar efforts, while other ...
American Indian Festival in Algonac celebrates culture | Life New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Members of the American Indian Communities Leadership Council will present an “American Indian Festival” this weekend to introduce some of their culture to ...
Local bluegrass band to perform in Algonac | Life New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Jimmy Deheno will join the members of Blue Ridge, a local bluegrass band featuring Algonac resident Kerry Sutton, for the Algonac Music Club's annual spring ...
New dog park opens in Algonac | Life New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
About a year after local dog owners set out to create a space for their four-legged companions, a new dog park is officially open in Algonac.
John Highstreet steps down from Algonac boys basketball after 17 years Port Huron Times Herald
John Highstreet has seen it all. The veteran high school boys basketball coach has been a coach for much of his life. But one particular place found its way into ...
New school superintendent hired for Algonac Community Schools New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
John Strycker was unanimously voted as the new superintendent of Algonac Community Schools at an open meeting of the ACS board on April 1. Strycker is ...
Algonac to light up the holiday season | Life New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Algonac, where the holiday season is kicking off with an evening of fun for the whole community in early.
Michigan high school volleyball brackets heading into regional finals MLive.com
Check out the matchups and sites for Thursday's regional finals.
WITH VIDEO: Algonac superintendent visits city council meeting New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Algonac Community Schools Superintendent John Stryker paid a visit to the Algonac City Council meeting Oct. 7.
Algonac superintendent accepts new job out of state New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Algonac Community Schools Superintendent John Strycker will leave his post June 30 to begin his new role as superintendent of Butler County Schools in ...
OUR TOWN: New Baltimore Historical Society meeting features New Baltimore Interfaith Choir New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
NBHS MEETING: The Feb. 21 New Baltimore Historical Society meeting is offering something different this month. It involves the history and music of the New ...
Thumb Area Football League 'Pink Out' raises funds for cancer charities New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
A day of wet weather washed out many of the day's football games, but the rain couldn't put a damper on the enthusiasm for the Thumb Area Football League's ...
Algonac Muskrats' 7-0 winning streak has town bursting with pride New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The recent winning streak of the Algonac Muskrats is turning the whole town upside down.
Richmond's Tyler Marino, Alex Roberts claim Division 3 state wrestling titles Port Huron Times Herald
The Michigan High School Athletic Association state wrestling finals was held Saturday at Ford Field in Detroit.
Father David Bechill comes home to River District Port Huron Times Herald
MARINE CITY - The Rev. David Bechill wasn't expecting the call from the Archdiocese of Detroit telling him he had been assigned to Our Lady on the River ...
Putting a college advisor in every Michigan high school Bridge Michigan
Getting low-income students to think about two- and four-year colleges is the goal of a program that can lift young people from poverty and boost the state's ...
Algonac native Jason Gracin gets Bronze Star Medal New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
U.S. Air Force Capt. Jason R. Gracin, son of Algonac couple Richard and Linda Gracin, recently received an award for meritorious *service* in Afghanistan for an ...
Robotics teams make sweet rides for kids with special needs Port Huron Times Herald
Teams will convert toy electric cars to give kids with limited mobility their own set of wheels.
Retired coach reflects on career Cheboygan Daily News
Irv Sigler recalls it all pretty well.It was a gorgeous day back in the late 1980s, and Sigler, who had previously stepped down after a very successful tenure as ...
Port Huron Times Herald Reports Johnson To Join Ferris As Walk On MLive.com
In addition to Chanahl Putnam, the Port Huron Times Herald is reporting that St. Clair County Community College guard Megan Johnson (No. 20) is planning to ...
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