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Community Calendar | Life  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

ARTS. Art event: The Loft Fine Art will present “Art is Sweeter on Anchor Bay” from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 26 at Bayview Bakery, 36355 Front St., New Baltimore.

15-year-old arrested for making up school shooting threat, police say

A 15-year-old Fort Gratiot boy is facing two felony charges after he allegedly fabricated information about a threat at Port Huron Northern High School.

Update: Student arrested for making a false police report  Port Huron Times Herald

Teen, 15, allegedly admitted to have made up information about threat at Port Huron Northern High School.

First responders to hold training at Port Huron schools  Port Huron Times Herald

If you see a bunch of police cars and ambulances in front of Port Huron High School this Saturday, don't panic. First responders from St. Clair County and around ...

Patriots WR helps find Michigan school shooting threat suspect on Instagram

Police in Port Huron went to a local home and found a 14-year-old boy who allegedly admitted to making the threat.

Port Huron High senior facing 20-year felony in school threat  Port Huron Times Herald

Editor's note: The 17-year-old student is female. An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the student was male. A 17-year-old Port Huron High School ...

Student-led walkouts honor shooting victims  Port Huron Times Herald

A minute or two before 10 a.m., a crowd of Port Huron High School students made their way to the glass doors at the front of the building. Under the watchful eye ...

Experiment will pay off for PHHS teacher  Port Huron Times Herald

Congratulations to the Blue Water Area's regional science fair winners, including Port Huron Northern High School junior Neehal Tumma, who is at the Intel ...

Blue Water Woman of the Year award recipients named  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Six women from the Blue Water Area have been named recipients of the eighth annual Blue Water Woman of the Year awards by Blue Water Woman magazine.

Port Huron schools to host active shooter training  Port Huron Times Herald

School staff will have a session of ALICE training this month. In April, first responders will use PHH and PHN to training exercises.

Port Huron board OKs first school improvements  Port Huron Times Herald

With board approval of the bid for the first round of construction, Port Huron Schools' bond implementation plans are officially underway.

Michigan school threats: These kids have been accused  Detroit Free Press

More than 100 false threats have been made to schools across southeast Michigan since the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in ...

Port Huron Schools to transform with bond money  Port Huron Times Herald

Last August, voters approved a $105.9 million bond measure proposed by Port Huron Area School District. For the owner of a $100000 home, it meant an ...

More than 200 backpacks up for grabs at St. Clair store  Port Huron Times Herald

The backpack are free and come with various school supplies inside.

Students learn about themselves during Mock Trial  Port Huron Times Herald

MacKenzie DesLoover launched into a spot-on rendition of a rap written by the character she was portraying during the St. Clair County Mock Trial Tournament.

Local students have strong showing at Flint Regional Science Fair  Port Huron Times Herald

Research ranged from medical research to determining the best kind of laundry detergent.

4 pursue 3 seats on Yale School Board  Port Huron Times Herald

Two incumbents and two challengers are looking to fill the positions.

Northern graduates its 50th class  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron Northern Class of 2015 has 17 valedictorians.

Schools ask voters to renew operating millages  Port Huron Times Herald

Public schools in Michigan must levy 18 mills on non-homestead property in order to receive their full funding allotment from the state.

No place like home: Couple eager to return to Port Huron  south west michigan

With help from a Coming Home grant, Brad and Megan Perry are ready to move back to St. Clair County after living in Arizona for five years. The couple can't ...

Port Huron Schools welcomes new principals, director  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron Schools will see new faces and shuffle familiar ones in time for the beginning of the academic year.

Free meals in Port Huron schools pays off for district  Port Huron Times Herald

Students in Port Huron schools are finding out there is such a thing as a free lunch. And a free breakfast, daily. "We've had parents call and say, 'Oh my gosh, ...

Students learn chess is more than moving pieces around  Port Huron Times Herald

Phil Willard Memorial Chess Tournament was Saturday.

Stuff the Bus with clothes, toys for needy kids  Port Huron Times Herald

The donations will go to Kids in Distress in St. Clair. The nonprofit provides clothing to underprivileged and displaced children in the area.

Marching on: Blind sisters overcome rare vision disorder  Port Huron Times Herald

When Alexandra Allers was 10 months old, her eyes didn't track moving objects or focus on faces. Yet she always gravitated toward the light. Sensing that ...

Woodworker looking to pass on labor of love  Port Huron Times Herald

A roofing job at the age of 21 in the small village of Emmett proved kismet for Richard Hess. And now he's hoping to pass on what he's been working on for the ...

Port Huron Schools details bond priorities  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron Schools Superintendent James Cain has been explaining the district's facility and program needs to various groups throughout the community in ...

Northern's new gym floor being installed  Port Huron Times Herald

When Jason Kasparian joined Port Huron Northern High School as its athletic director in 2012, he met with the school's booster club to create a list of ways to ...

Richmond reaches finals at the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Championship  Port Huron Times Herald

One team from the Blue Water Area Robotics Alliance represented the area in the finals of the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Championship Saturday night.

St. Clair County Community Mental Health dinner celebrates community  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

St. Clair County Community Mental Health Authority celebrated its community partners and staff at its annual dinner at Alexander's Premier Banquet Facility in ...

Trap shooting teams starting at 3 local high schools  Port Huron Times Herald

On Wednesday evening, students from Port Huron Northern High School, Marine City High School and St. Clair High School picked up their shotguns to kick off ...

Construction begins on $10.5 million Early Childhood Center  Port Huron Times Herald

"A big theme of this bond was knowing that early childhood education is critical to a student's success," said Superintendent Jamie Cain.

Port Huron Schools looking again for tax for improvements  Port Huron Times Herald

When Layla Samman took her AP Chemistry test her sophomore year of high school, she was shocked when she was confronted with questions she had no ...

Paul Miller grand marshal of parade  Port Huron Times Herald

Three years ago Paul Miller broadcasted from Dublin, Ireland, as he watched the St. Patrick's Day parade march on in front of him.

Athlete of the Week: Rachel Kolar continues to inspire following brain injury  Port Huron Times Herald

Rachel Kolar is the Times Herald Athlete of the Week. Kolar is three years out from a brain injury, but is back participating in local events.

Grant to fund police academy for Port Huron cadets  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron police are hoping new grant funding will help to increase recruitment and retention at the police department.

Names in the News  Port Huron Times Herald

What your neighbors and their children are accomplishing.

Judge Dan and Mary Kelly together in law  Port Huron Times Herald

Judge Dan and Mary Kelly have been partners in crime in St. Clair County for three decades, but on the right side of the law.

MI Kids on the Move to keep robotics teams busy into summer  Port Huron Times Herald

Even with the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Championship finished, some robotics team members will be busy throughout the summer. Michigan Kids on the ...

Band students are tuned into music  Port Huron Times Herald

Marching bands are judged on their halftime shows.

Students get real world lessons from area businesses  Port Huron Times Herald

Britt Manufacturing, Michigan Mutual, Friends of St. Clair River reaching out to Port Huron Schools students in pilot program.

PHN grad nominated for film award  Port Huron Times Herald

Jenna Ange wasn't expecting to be a finalist for a Student Academy Award when she walked into her first day of class in January, but now an Oscar could be in ...

Port Huron 15-year-old wins top prize at Flint Regional Science Fair

FLINT, MI - Sophia Ahmed's family history of heart disease prompted her to create a science project on atherosclerosis. The 15-year-old Port Huron Northern ...

Marysville student named Presidential Scholar candidate  Port Huron Times Herald

Marysville High's Joshua Latham in the running for trip to White House for academic achievement.

Garfield heros raise money for cancer charity  Port Huron Times Herald

Students at Port Huron elementary school raised $2500 for group that helps families affected by cancer.

SkillsUSA a hands-on challenge for high school students  Port Huron Times Herald

Students compete for bragging rights in SkillsUSA contests.

Port Huron man gets psych review in mom's slaying  Port Huron Times Herald

A Port Huron man who allegedly killed his mother will be sent to the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry near Ypsilanti where he will be interviewed to ...

2014: A year of change  Port Huron Times Herald

The past year has been one of change and tragedy in the Blue Water Area. But it also has been one of accomplishments and steps in the right direction. We took ...

Schools not shy about marketing advanced placement  Port Huron Times Herald

Public K-12 schools encourage Advanced Placement classes for all students.

Twenty-two incoming students win $50,000 Medallion Scholarships | WMU News  WMU News

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Twenty-two freshmen have won coveted Medallion Scholarships to begin their studies at Western Michigan University this fall. Medallion ...

Medal sought for Civil War hero who saved flag through battle and captivity  Port Huron Times Herald

Rep. Shane Hernandez, R-Port Huron, has submitted a resolution in the Michigan House of Representatives seeking to posthumously honor a Civil War hero ...

Students make tough decisions earlier  Port Huron Times Herald

Schools are encouraging students and their families to think about college and other life decisions earlier. Middle school students are taking classes for high ...

Foster kids want a place to call a home  Port Huron Times Herald

November is National Adoption Month. In St. Clair County 291 kids are in foster homes.

Republicans fill Clay Twp. primary ballot  Port Huron Times Herald

Election signs have sprouted throughout Clay Township as the Aug. 2 primary nears.

The Most Impressive Kids Graduating From High School This Year  Business Insider

They're only 17 or 18 years old, but most of them have already accomplished more than many of us do in our entire lives. This list includes kids who are ...

Indian American wins Jr Nobel prize, 2 others in top 10  Rediff

Nithin Tumma was announced the winner of the Junior Nobel prize science competition while 2 other Indian American kids found their place in the top 10.

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