College Christians stand for Christ

Local house church for college teens and young adults Gregory Garofalo Managing Editor In a world that is progressively becoming more politically correct and that, according to Washington Post, one third of Americans under thirty…

Pot full of bills

Michigan and marijuana: where we stand Angie Stoecklin Copy Editor As a small number of states are making the decision to legalize and/or decriminalize marijuana, it may lead Michigan residents to wonder where their state…

One last show

SC4 president putting down the guitar after one last fundraiser Liz Whittemore Photo Editor The SC4 Foundation and Lynch’s Irish Tavern is hosting “The sounds of SC4 President Dr. Kevin A Pollock” Thursday, Feb. 6…

Pet of the issue – Princess

Angie Stoecklin Copy Editor Princess is a one-year-old Siamese mix. She was brought into the humane society with a litter of six kittens, who have since all been weaned and are awaiting adoption. Princess is…

Frozen fun hits downtown

[caption id="attachment_7834" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Greg Garofalo[/caption]Chilly Fest 2014 Gregory Garofalo Managing Editor Despite the bitter cold, residents of Port Huron banded together to celebrate the annual Chilly Fest. No, the spirit of festivities…

Pet of the Issue – Wolverine

[caption id="attachment_7666" align="alignleft" width="300"] Gorgeous eyes on a gorgeous cat. Photo credit: Angie Stoecklin[/caption]    Say hello to Wolverine. He is a 4 year old all white male who is most likely a Main Coon…

Faster education

'Blue Water Middle College: An Overview'   College proves time and time again to be one of the most difficult tasks a person can undertake, both in time and economics (as many wallets, empty bank…

Bringing Art to the People

December Art Hop brings artists and locals to downtown businesses   The Blue Water Young Professionals, along with 25 local artists and 20 downtown businesses teamed up for 2013’s last Art Hop on Dec. 7.…