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I’d tap that

Fuel hosts Tap Takeover for Bell’s Brewery Melanie Buskirk Staff Writer Last Wednesday, Fuel Woodfire Grill & Spirits, located in historic downtown Port Huron, hosted a beer tasting event known as a Tap Takeover for Bell’s Brewery, Inc. – Michigan’s oldest and most successful craft beer brewery. Regulars and beer connoisseurs alike filled the bar…

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Creative Commerce

Fall Art Hop brings inventive business to downtown Lily Petit Staff Writer Everyone’s a winner at Art Hop 2014. 23 downtown businesses became galleries for over 30 artists and three music groups on Nov. 7. Art Hop offered exposure for the musicians, businesses and artists as well as a peak in sales for the latter…

Local amendment passes

Marijuana now decriminalized in Port Huron Paul Porter Business Editor On Nov. 4 of this year, the city of Port Huron voted on a proposed amendment to the City Charter. The amendment would allow persons 21 years of age or older to possess and use marijuana on private property, and/or transport no more than one…

A short summary of Ebola

History, facts, symptoms, and patients in the USA Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor The United States of America is now free of any known cases of Ebola, according to The Washington Post on Nov. 10; however, on Nov. 15, Martin Salia flew to Nebraska Medical Center sick with Ebola. Salia, a surgeon that contracted Ebola…

Mike Taylor, owner of Fuel Woodfire Grill, carves a piece of brisket off during Taste of Port Huron . Photo credit: Lily Petit.

Belly Bliss

3rd Annual Taste of Port Huron charms Lily Petit Staff Writer Stepping into McMorran’s theatre lobby and looking around didn’t reveal much but masses of people and tables stacked with shiny silver chafers. However, inside the gleaming chrome held the items that filled the air with sweet and savory smells. Smells that prompted many Port…

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Net Neutrality debate gains momentum

FCC to reach decision at end of 2014 Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief Net Neutrality, a term coined by Tim Wu, a Law professor at Columbia University has taken the front seat in a national debate. Net Neutrality as defined by Wu, is the principle that Internet Service Providers should enable access to all content and applications…

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That 70’s affair

SC4 Red Carpet Affair raises $40,400 for preforming arts. Gregory Garofalo Lifestyle Editor On Saturday Nov. 1, students, faculty and benefactors grooved their way back to the time of lava lamps and disco as they attended the 11th annual SC4 Red Carpet Affair. Last year the benefactors met and surpassed their two year goal of…

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Cajun Gator? Forgettaboutit!

Goodfella’s Grill now open in downtown Port Huron Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor If a mobster were to ever sit down and dine in Port Huron, Goodfella’s would be the first place you’d see him. When the Cajun Gator closed its doors, Goodfella’s owner Pete Norager, who also owns the Angry Bull in Kimball Township,…

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Downtown Delights

5 local restaurants your taste buds should explore Lily Petit Staff Writer Like many SC4 students, I grew up in the Port Huron area and have watched the downtown area spark itself into a fine area for food. However, many students are not from around good ole’ PoHo and may not know where to go…