Let there be light

Rachel Olivia Kobylas Staff Writer Dozens of people flocked to a very chilly and very operational Goodells County Park on April 16 and 17. The chill in the air didn’t dampen spirits, nor did it hinder attendance at the event. Don Gardner, one of the Park Rangers present at the DNR (e)’s display said, “You…

Swanson’s Future Uncertain

Rachel Olivia Kobylas Staff Writer    On Good Friday, Professor Craig Swanson was issued documentation for the beginning of a dismissal process from St. Clair County Community College. “This was a recommendation of my evaluating committee that I be dismissed,” Swanson said.     This process began with an overall poor committee evaluation from Denise McNeil,…

Race to the Bitter End

Chilly Fest and the Silver Stick finals are responsible for pulsing life into Downtown Port Huron, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22 and 23. Chilly Fest participants raced to an early bitter end Saturday evening as rain called off the ice drag races on Sunday. Children giggled while bouncing on inflatables inside Kid Zone, bundled up…

The ABC’s of Student Services

The AAC and LRC on the campus of SC4 have changed names, but not the services they offer. These acronyms, once used to abbreviate Academic Achievement Center and Learning Resources Center, are no longer in use. The AAC is now the AC, shortened for Achievement Center and the LRC is now simply, the library. Of…

Chilly Fest Makes Tracks

Rachel Olivia KobylasStaff Writer Tread marks, paw prints, and hoof silhouettes are just some of the tracks that will be left behind by this weekend’s Chilly Fest. The event is scheduled to take place in Downtown Port Huron, Friday, Jan. 22 through Sunday, Jan. 24. For those feeling a financial pinch, this weekend provides opportunities…