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Faygo ice cream comes to Port Huron

Earlier this week, new, but familiar, flavors entered the ice cream roster at A Little Something in Port Huron. Fans of Faygo are in for a new favorite ice cream. Browndog Balor and Restaurant, located in Northville and Farmington, teamed up with the makers of Faygo to produce six new ice cream flavors....
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Fireworks – By The Port Huron Police

Please use caution when celebrating with fireworks this weekend. Fireworks are not to be used at city parks which close at dusk. Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks. Use great caution with sparklers as they burn at get hot enough to burn some metals. Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy in case of fire or mishap. Other tips from the US Product Safety Commission include:
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Jets TE Tyler Conklin: 'We Have So Much Talent'

Tight end Tyler Conklin has a unique link to at least four of his Jets compatriots -- call it the Michigan Connection. Conklin, who signed in free agency with the Jets, is from Chesterfield Township, MI, and played college ball at Northwood (basketball) and Central Michigan. WR Corey Davis starred at Western Michigan. Offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur is from Mount Pleasant. Head coach Robert Saleh is a native of Dearborn who was an all-conference tight end who played at Northern Michigan. Rookie CB Ahmad 'Sauce' Gardner played CB and WR at Martin Luther King HS in Detroit.

Buddy’s Pizza opening Chesterfield location

Buddy’s Pizza is continuing its expansion and spreading the singular joy that is the Detroit-style pie. The company, which claims the title of the inventors of Detroit-style pizza, announced a new location in Chesterfield in Macomb County, its 22nd. The store is located at 50670 Gratiot Ave., Chesterfield, and...
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Sperry’s Moviehouse answers popcorn shortage with other concessions

Since “movie theater popcorn shortage” ended up on the pandemic Bingo card, Sperry’s Moviehouse has other food options for patrons. At its Holland and Port Huron locations, patrons can order freshly made, chef-prepared burgers, pizza, baskets and bowls, and mac and cheese for consumption in the theater.

Old Barn, New Tricks

Bill McDonald and Matt Halcrow moved into neighboring Waterford Township homes around the same time. McDonald, looking to spruce up his new place, asked Halcrow to help him salvage the wood from an old barn in Imlay City. When there was material left over after his projects, McDonald sold it quickly — which sparked an idea.

Port Huron Police Dept. Update: Lieutenant Nicholas Godwin, Port Huron Police Dept., and Captain Matthew Reeves, Marysville Fire Dept.

Port Huron Chief of Police Joseph Platzer hosts the Port Huron Police Department Update on Blue Water Healthy Living. The Port Huron Police Dept. Update spotlights the department and the officers who protect and serve in our community. Lieutenant Nicholas Godwin and Captain Matthew Reeves of the Marysville Fire Department...

Sandusky City Council award roof work bids, plan for more local street work

With bids secured for city roofing and road work, the Sandusky City Council approved several projects for the months ahead and discussed the plan for the 2024 M-46 Watermain Project at Monday night’s meeting. After sending out for bids last month for three roofing projects, the Finance Committee reported...

Your 2022 guide to 4th of July in the Thumb area

Whether you want to see them all or are just finding the one closest to home, with the 4th of July coming up this weekend, there are plenty of fireworks– and safety tips– to enjoy around the Thumb area!. Lexington holds the first fireworks of the summer tonight,...
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Memphis prepares to sing the blues at summer festival

Memphis is getting ready to sing the blues this July, as the annual Memphis Blues Festival features five different blues artists or groups at the Memphis Lions Pavilion. “It is a good fit for the town. I am an old musician myself and I grew up playing the blues,” said festival organizer and Lions member Steve Weaver. “It was a natural fit to get involved, and the opportunity to do something good in the community, an event through the Lions Club.”
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Nominations sought for ‘Spirit of Port Huron’ awards

The Port Huron City Council is seeking nominations for this year’s “Spirit of Port Huron” awards. Launched by the council in 1986, the community service awards program aims to show appreciation to Port Huron’s outstanding citizens who have contributed their time and effort toward making Port Huron an even better place to live.
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Chesterfield Township renews water service contract

Summer lawn water times have been shifted and a water rate increase appears “imminent” in Chesterfield Township following approval of a new water service contract. The Chesterfield Township Board of Trustees voted unanimously June 28 to execute a water service contract with Great Lakes Water Authority. The contract is renewed on a four-year cycle, with the last agreement approved in 2018.

A Conversation with Jeff Bohm: with guest David Rushing Part 2

Jeff talks with David Rushing, the St. Clair County Commissioner of District Six. In this episode, David discusses his past experience as a Riley Township Supervisor. Please help us increase our audience. Like, Share, and Comment!. Blue Water Healthy Living is an online magazine located in Port Huron, Michigan. Our...
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Farmers market blooms in Richmond

Networking among the right connections was critical to the creation of the new farmers market in Richmond, a long-awaited local business venture running in the city on Thursdays until Oct. 27. On June 20, the Richmond City Council approved a special event request from Flora’s Trash to Treasure and Heirloom...

Two women injured in Lexington Township crash

Sanilac County Sheriff deputies responded very early morning on June 29 to a report of a two vehicle rollover crash in Lexington Township. The call came in around 1:15 a.m. Wednesday morning, with deputies responding, along with officers from Croswell Police Department, and Michigan State Police, to the accident scene on East Peck Road near Wixson Road. Deputies determined that a 48-year-old Croswell woman was driving west on East Peck Road in her 2008 GMC Sierra when she crossed the centerline, striking a 2000 Toyota Avalon head-on. The 2008 GMC Sierra overturned onto its passenger side, pinning its driver, as well as the Avalon’s driver, a 40-year-old woman from Lexington, into their vehicles. With both women pinned, the Croswell and Lexington Fire/Rescue crews worked together to free them both from the cars using the jaws of life.