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Skippers drop to 4-4 in conference play Men’s and Women’s teams suffer losses Jason Watts II Sports Editor The St. Clair County Community college Men’s and Women’s basketball teams both suffered losses against Schoolcraft College by a large margin. Starting with the Men’s team earlier this week, they lost to Schoolcraft by a score of 96-84. It was a close ball game for the first few minutes of the first half as the Skippers were giving the Ocelots a fight but found themselves down 47-34 at the half. The Men’s team struggled taking care of the ball. Apparently, there was a clear lid on the basket as the Skippers shot well under 40 percent ... Read More
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Jazz Group Makes Chopin Proud
Swingin’ Chopin Jazz Quartet plays at the SC4 Theater Lauren Schwartz Staff Writer Light, camera, Chopin! On Thursday, Jan 21, roughly 100 people flocked to the SC4 Theater, which was host to the Swingin’ Chopin Jazz Quartet. The quartet includes Rich Kowalewski, the band’s leader as well the double bass player, Kurt Schreitmueller, the pianist, Joe Ivers, the saxophonist, and Rob Emanuel, the drummer. The group put a modern, jazzy twist to the works of Frederic Chopin. They Read More
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McMorran purchase moves forward
Other changes underway Mel Buskirk Copy Editor During the City Council meeting on Jan 25, the council voted to approve the purchase agreement with St. Clair County Community College for the ownership of McMorran Pavilion and Tower. Two council members, Alphonso Amos and Alan Lewandowski, rejected the agreement along with a few citizens that attended the meeting. The main concern raised was by Scott Worden, who was concerned with the fate of the historic McMorran Tower. The Tower, Read More

Criminal Justice teacher adds dose of real life to class
Students challenged to solve double homicide case Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Criminal Justice is not a new program to SC4, but the idea of having a class solve an active homicide case is. Lecturer David King, 65 of Port Huron, has been teaching Criminal Justice full time at SC4 for the last two years. King, who has 35 years of experience in Law Enforcement, has challenged his classes to try and solve the murder of James and Christine Read More

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Chillyfest 2016
It’s not just about chili! Jamie Koebke Business Editor Downtown Port Huron hosted the annual Chillyfest on Friday, Jan 22 and Saturday, Jan 23. Chillyfest, held at multiple places downtown, brought people of all age groups out to the event. The event offered a variety of events for the family. Ice sculpture carving, chili cook off, live music, bed races that included business teams in town, Orthopedic Associates being one of them, and a penguin hunt for the Read More
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Kro’s Krew returns to Studio 1219 with new artists
Four students display artwork Mond Jones Guest Writer If there’s one thing SC4’s art program has, it’s creative and skilled artists, and the Kro’s Krew student art show was no exception. Last Friday I visited studio 1219 where artists Emily Mainguy, Kira Benke, Kaylee Knaggs, and Jason Grill exhibited some of their works. Studio 1219 is home to artwork from many artists, young and old, from all walks of life within the Blue Water community Read More
Skippers drop to 4-4 in conference play
Men’s and Women’s teams suffer losses Jason Watts II Sports Editor The St. Clair County Community college Men’s and Women’s basketball teams both suffered losses against Schoolcraft College by a large margin. Starting with the Men’s team earlier this week, they lost Read More
Late to the game: reviewing older games for those who want to save some cash
Taking on the world, one plague at a time Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor In a mere 20 minutes, civilization could be collapsing in a fight against the next great plague! “Plague Inc: Evolved” put you in a position of control over a disease destroying the world. Along the Read More