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Nuclear waste dump within a mile of Lake Huron?

The Great Lakes Environmental Alliance fights back Katie Hunckler Staff Writer Ontario Power Generation plans to place a nuclear waste dump in Kincardine, Ontario at its Bruce nuclear site. This proposed waste site is deep underground, yet within a mile of Lake Huron. The Great Lakes Environmental Alliance is fighting the proposal. According to Kraig…

Lauren Cross

From the Imagination to the Frame

Lauren Cross displays artwork in solo show at the Spiral Gallery Katie Hunckler Staff Writer A blank piece of paper has so much potential; it can become a paper airplane, a treasure map, or maybe even the founding document of a new country. When Lauren Cross gets ahold of a piece of paper though, the…

Fun in the Sun

Jamie Koebke Staff Writer Waves crashing, sunshine warming every inch of you, and the taste of cold beer all over your taste buds, is the best way to describe summer in Port Huron. The Port Huron area offer summer events starting in early May and going until the end of August. An upcoming event is…

Roche

Seeking Forgiveness

One of the Roche vandals admits his mistake D.J. Palm Staff writer Forgiving is harder than holding a grudge. Some hate you for what you did, some forgive you and move on with their lives. At one point in our existence we all do something really stupid we wish we could take back. That’s exactly…

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Save or shave

Blue Water Social Club hosts 5th annual ‘Stache Bash Jamie Koebke Staff Writer “Do I look like a man or a creep?” was belted out during the opening ceremony of The Fifth Annual ‘Stache Bash took place on March 28, 1015 at McMorran in Downtown Port Huron. ‘Stache Bash is put on by the Blue…

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“In-tents” St. Paddy’s celebration

Beer tent in front of McMorran Place D.J. Palm Staff Writer Protection from the wind, ice cold beer, live music and space heaters made for a very comfortable setting as McMorran Place held their annual beer tent for Pub Crawl 2015. Downtown Port HuronurHurionhh streets were filled with the color of green on the clothing…

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St. Patty’s parade

Jamie Koebke Staff Writer Brisk temperatures, a sea of green and excitement filled downtown Port Huron on Saturday March 14 for the St. Patrick’s Day parade. The St. Patrick’s Day parade took place at noon, starting before Pub Crawl at 1pm. The parade route started at Pine Grove Park and ended on Quay Street. The…

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A different kind of clean

New beauty store opens in Port Huron Jamie Koebke Staff Writer Harmful chemicals are in most body and beauty products found at the grocery store. Heather McCleary, local business owner of Herbal Panacea, a new business that opened February 9, 2015, sells organic body products. The business is located at 1211 Lyon St., Port Huron.…