EDA hosts job fair at SC4

EDA hosts job fair at SC4 Erick Fredendall Business/Advertising Editor The St. Clair County Economic Development Alliance is to host their regional job fair Friday, Oct.12, at the Citizen’s First M-TEC building. The job fair will be bringing roughly 300 job opportunities drawn from local employers in the area. As employers will be interviewing applicants…

SC4 students not metal enough to donate blood

SC4 students not metal enough to donate blood Twana Pinskey Managing Editor   The need never goes away. Sept. 24 and 25, 2012, St Clair County Community College’s Lambda Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society hosted a blood drive at the campus center café. According to Red Cross recruiter, Tom Holt, 75…

Wishy washy vending

Wishy washy vending Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief   It’s the middle of class with sleep invading, fighting for attention between that and the ongoing lecture. Attempting to add ammunition, in the form of caffeine to the lecture side of the battle, it’s time to visit the vending machines. After money is inserted it’s time to await…

A different way to search the web

A different way to search the web Hayley Myron Webmaster   When I find myself browsing the internet, it can be a bear to try and find websites that are interesting and pertain to my personal interests. However, a few months ago a friend told me about a website called Stumbleupon, and I became hooked.…

T-birds tidbits: Automated election calls

T-birds tidbits: Automated election calls Twana Pinskey Managing Editor   I really wish I knew who thought up the idea of automated election phone calls. I would love having their home numbers so I could reciprocate the favor by calling them at home during their downtime. After a long day, when I can finally sit…

Sitting on the thrones of Port Huron

Sitting on the thrones of Port Huron Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief   “A throne is only a bench covered in velvet,” said Napoleon Bonaparte. And thrones are what the Black River Walk in downtown Port Huron are looking to add more of, thanks to a competition by the Blue Water Young Professionals. The basis of the…

Grand Opening of the Round Island Lighthouse

Round Island Sweet Shoppe grand opening

Round Island Sweet Shoppe grand opening Erick Fredendall Business/Advertising Editor   From cutting ribbons to cutting 8-layer cakes, Port Huron’s newest downtown business drew some attention on Sept. 20, 2012, as owners Scott and Karla Beedon held the grand opening of the Round Island Sweet Shoppe. Grand Opening of the Round Island Lighthouse The grand…

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Carol Szparaga Staff Writer “What is your favorite class this semester and why?” Caitlin Combs Port Huron Teacher “Fundamental of acting. It has helped me open up, because I was really shy in high school. This has helped my career.” Steven Kronnich Algonac Animation “It would probably be the computer class, it is lots of…

Kyle Brown Photo Credit: Christian McGeachy

From Player to coach, Kyle Brown

In many different scenarios throughout life, boy becomes man, student becomes the teacher and at St. Clair Community County College the player became the coach. Kyle Brown, a sophomore at SC4, became a part of the coaching staff for the upcoming men’s basketball team season. Brown, played high school ball at Marysville High School and…