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Pot full of bills

Michigan and marijuana: where we stand
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 stands.
There are four bills related to the use of medical marijuana that are either on the table or pending review through the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate.

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One last show

The SC4 Foundation and Lynch’s Irish Tavern is hosting “The sounds of SC4 President Dr. Kevin A. Pollock” Thursday, Feb. 6 from 5:30-8 p.m. There will be no entry charge, though donations are encouraged.

Car maintenance

Too cold to walk

Cold weather makes problems that already exist in your car even worse. Before winter gets too deep, make sure your vehicle is in good shape and winter-ready.
Here are a few tips from the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) on how to increase your car’s reliability during the winter.

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Folk music, booze, and coffee

Local folk singer and songwriter Dave Peters’ band of one, Mountain Babies, started with an unusual dream.
“I was standing on a mountain, it was raining tomatoes, and there were babies everywhere.”
That dream lead to a brief recording session in 2008 that produced the now hard-to-find song, “Kingsley Hill.”

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Financial Aid: come and get it

On Tuesday Feb. 4, St. Clair County Community College opens their doors to students and the community to answer questions about financial aid.
Financial Aid Night is usually held the first Tuesday after New Years, but was rescheduled due to bad weather. It will be held in the Fine Arts Theatre on the Port Huron campus beginning at 7 p.m.

Daryle Singletary

Nashville Star Comes to SC4

Nashville star, country music singer Daryle Singletary, is coming to SC4.
Singletary, known for his hits “Too Much Fun” and “I Let Her Lie,” will be performing in the Fine Arts building on Feb. 8.
Admission for the concert is $30. For students with their Skipper card, admission is $15. This discount is only given one per card.