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Port Huron Schools considering third school resource officer  Port Huron Times Herald

The school district would pick up about 65 percent of the total costs and the remaining 35 percent coming out of the Drug Task Force budget.

Port Huron's newest school resource officer begins walking the halls  Port Huron Times Herald

St. Clair County Sheriff's Deputy Sean O'Donnell said he wants students to have a relationship with law enforcement before there's an emergency.

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.

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.

Cops bring Christmas to nearly 100 kids  Port Huron Times Herald

Each year, FOP Lodge #129 participates in a Christmas with a Cop event at Fort Gratiot Meijer.

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.

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 ...

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 ...

Northern band drums up new uniforms  Port Huron Times Herald

The Port Huron Northern Marching Band is raising funds to purchase new uniforms.

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 to transform with bond money  Port Huron Times Herald

Empty cardboard boxes are stacked inside Kathy Watt's first-grade classroom in Crull Elementary. Within the next few weeks, those boxes will be crammed with ...

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

Port Huron Area School District's increased breakfast and lunch participation brings in more federal dollars.

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 ...

Students honor men and women who served their country  Port Huron Times Herald

Annual event helps students put faces to events they'd only read about in a history book.

Unvaccinated student rates rise for third straight year in Michigan schools  Bridge Michigan

The unvaccinated rate is still lower than in 2014, but the increase comes as Michigan battles a measles outbreak. A bill that would require schools with higher ...

NAMES IN THE NEWS  Port Huron Times Herald

Ottawa Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution honor students. The Ottawa Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution honored 14 high school ...

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 ...

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.

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.

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.

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

The three-day event at Kettering University culminated on Sunday, March 22, with an award ceremony in the campus's McKinnon Theater.

City scores with basketball court updates  Port Huron Times Herald

Three recent resurfacing improvements aimed to accommodate residents' use.

Tomions work to benefit others  Port Huron Times Herald

Karl Tomion has helped solve problems for communities from one side of the state to the other. The former Port Huron city manager and current St. Clair County ...

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.

St. Clair County students sweep regional science fair  Port Huron Times Herald

East China, Port Huron students take all three divisions.

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 ...

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.

PHOTOS: Clay trap shooting a hit at East China Schools  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Marine City and St. Clair high schools added a new sport to the roster this spring – clay trap shooting.

Students scientists solve problems at SC4  Port Huron Times Herald

4th annual St. Clair County Community College Science and Engineering Fair wrapped up Sunday.

Schools not shy about marketing advanced placement  Port Huron Times Herald

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

Keeping it clean: Drain Commission gets grant to improve water quality in Howe-Brandymore Drain  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

One of the ways to insure the water quality of the St. Clair River is to improve the water quality in the rivers and streams that feed it. The St.

2014: A year of change  Port Huron Times Herald

2014 included deaths and other tragedies, but also downtown developments and fun community events.

Area students take top prizes at international science fair

More than 1500 students from 443 affiliate fairs in 65 countries, regions and territories competed in what is dubbed the world's largest high school science ...

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.

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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