Port Huron’s oldest bar, The Roche, vandalized

You know you’ve had too much to drink when… Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Not everyone is nice when they drink, but not all decide to commit malicious destruction of private property either. Jan. 4,…

Are you primed and ready to go?

SC4 Alumni hiring student painters Gregory Garofalo Guest writer Are you looking for a job? Well look no further, Student Painters House Painting is here for you. Run by SC4 alumni Kaylee Bert, Student Painters…

Part of the Craft

New brewery moving into Marysville Jamie Koebke Staff Writer New brews are coming to the Port Huron area! Harsens Island Brewery will open in Marysville, at the old Hostess store on Gratiot Boulevard. Harsens Island…

The Sound of Change

The different sounds of Dirty Heads D.J. Palm Staff Writer If you take rock music, add some rap, a lot of reggae and subtract the country, what do you get? You get a band called…

Chili Fest puts an end to cabin fever

Ice sculptures decorate downtown Port Huron Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief The harsh Michigan winter was not enough to keep Port Huron residents, and other citizens from around Michigan shut in their houses on Friday Jan. 23…

American Idol recognizes Port Huron talent

Alex Shier performs at Goodfella’s Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief Port Huron native Alex Shier, 19, is one step closer to achieving his dream of being a famous musician after auditioning on “American Idol” and receiving the…

Hockey for a cause

Wings alumni come together to support the Y’s Night of Champions Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief 400 people rallied into McMorran Place Arena on Nov. 20 in support of the YMCA’s charity event the Night of Champions.…

Start the Christmas season the right way

McLaren Foundation hosts the 26th annual Festival of Trees Tyler Smith Staff Writer Patrons of Port Huron trekked into McMorran Place this weekend for the 26th annual Festival of Trees. The Festival of Trees has…