Paint it, peel it, carve it

Paint it, peel it, carve it Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor Pumpkin carving, one of the few activities where people are encouraged to stab something with a sharp object. But now a day it’s not at all uncommon for people to set their knives and tiny saws aside for some different tools. One of those tools…

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Journey into the unseen

Journey into the unseen Zachary Penzien Production Editor Have you ever heard about a videogame that has never surfaced, leaving you wondering if they were ever real or a lack luster fever dream? If so, do I have the website for you! Unseen64.net is an archive of material from canceled, unseen and beta videogames. In…

Could you give a care?

Could you give a care? Erick Fredendall Business/Advertising Editor “If you take on thing from tonight: get involved with the game.” You may recognize this quote from the front page, or maybe you missed it. If so, I would strongly recommend reading the report before continuing on with this editorial. I spoke with Tim Skubick…

Photo Poll

Photo Poll Carol Szparaga   Staff Writer   “Why do you feel it is important to vote this election year?”     James Krosnicki Macro (Bio Medical Sciences) Avoca “There are so many issues that can change this year, one of them being changes such as Health Care.”     Brandon Bergen Associates in science Memphis…

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Boo, I hope I didn’t scare you

Boo, I hope I didn’t scare you Hayley Myron Webmaster Halloween is the time of year where it is acceptable to run around in crazy costumes and scare the living daylights out of strangers. Even the movie industry jumps on the bandwagon to make a few horror films during the fall months.  Personally, I am…

Poster Credit: Blue Water Young Professionals

Art Hop for Blue Water

Art Hop for Blue Water Carol Szparaga Staff Writer On Nov. 2, local Merchants will be turning their store fronts into art galleries for you and your family and friends to enjoy. Poster Credit: Blue Water Young Professionals The Blue Water Young Professionals and Downtown Port Huron Merchants are getting together on Nov. 2 2012,…

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Pets of the issue

Pets of the issue Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief   To help cover adoption fees, an anonymous supporter has offered to help cover the cost of any pet featured in the Erie Square Gazette. For more information on adopting these pets, contact the Sanilac County Humane Society at (810) 657-8962 or e-mail them at societypets @att.net. You…

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November 2012 proposals

November 2012 proposals November 2012 proposals Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor   These are the proposals that you can expect to see on November 2012 ballot. Proposal 2 through proposal five are constitutional ammendments, which would be adopted into the Michigan Constitution of 1963. Information for the proposals can be found at Michigan.gov/vote and crcmich.org.  …

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St. Clair Community College presents: “Office Hours”

St. Clair Community College presents: “Office Hours” Amber Oile Staff Writer Oct.18 thru the 21, the play “Office Hours” made its campus debut. “Office Hours” is about the trials and tribulations of instructors trying to keep their courses alive, while dealing heavily with student/teacher issues on campus. The radical and self-indulgent teachings of Homer, Aeschylus,…