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Anya Rath


Port Huron, MI, United States

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Past articles by Anya:

Port Huron Schools gets busy on bond projects

Last August, voters approved a $105.9 million bond measure proposed by Port Huron Area School District. For the owner of a $100,000 home, it meant an increase of $87 a year in taxes. → Read More

Popular toys spin into Blue Water area

In a matter of weeks, Teresa Frazier says her 12-year-old son has become more focused, social and calmer. → Read More

Cros-Lex introduces new preschool program

The free program, which will start on Aug. 28, will be for 3-year-olds who come from families that meet the 100 percent poverty level. → Read More

Port Huron Schools discusses bond work progress

Port Huron Schools celebrated general school improvements, bond implementation progress and several retirements and hires during its board meeting on Monday evening. → Read More

Teen fixes up train in Marysville City Park

John Decator was around 2 years old when he first started playing on the old train that rests inside the Marysville City Park. → Read More

Classrooms of the future: A new beginning

In the month since his classroom saw a complete makeover, St. Clair High School biology teacher Mark Eberhard has already tried 10 to 12 different furniture setups. That's the beauty of the new furniture: the flexibility. "I've been playing around with a lot of different schemes to see what's going to work for students," Eberhard said. "We're still early in this process. There's lots to be… → Read More

Super Ewan is still going strong

It's been a busy few years for 10-year-old Ewan Drum. → Read More

Algonquin kids trade reading time for braids

On Tuesday morning, Alaina Bottle woke up feeling excited about school — she would be starting the day with a fresh new hairdo. → Read More

Algonquin kids trade reading time for braids

Algonac High School students are braiding Algonquin Elementary students' hairs for a small price: some reading time. → Read More

Algonac might ask for school tax again in November

Algonac Community Schools will not be bringing the failed sinking fund request back for the August election, but voters could see two district tax proposals on the November ballot. → Read More

Sandusky hires Yale principal as new chief

The Sandusky Community Schools board voted last week to hire a local as the new district superintendent. → Read More

Goodells woman advocating for the disabled

"When life gives you lemons, you don't just make lemonade — you have to sell it." → Read More

Participants 'March for Babies' in annual walk

If there's bad weather the night before the annual March for Babies walk, Port Huron resident Terry Troy holds his rosary out and says a prayer for babies and the weather. → Read More

Suckerfest is a 'spring rite' for Adair

Organizer Kurt Slota discusses what Suckerfest is all about. → Read More

Suckerfest is a 'spring rite' for Adair

With a twirl of her purple gown and a practiced "princess wave," 3-year-old Savannah St. Aubin rode through Adair on a four-wheeler on Sunday in the annual Suckerfest Parade. → Read More

St. Mary's reduces grade levels, changes teaching style

St. Mary's Catholic School in St. Clair is getting ready to see some major changes. → Read More

Port Huron Schools honors staff with annual awards

For the third year, Port Huron Schools identified three outstanding staff members with its Advocator, Innovator and Educator of the Year awards. → Read More

Officials mum following superintendent's resignation

Brown City Community Schools Superintendent Doug Muxlow resigned Tuesday and the board will be conducting an interview for an interim superintendent on Friday. → Read More

Cros-Lex finalizes contract with new superintendent

On Tuesday evening, the Croswell-Lexington Community Schools Board of Education approved the contract for its next superintendent. → Read More

Keewahdin students produce daily news show

Paul Backlas, 11, has quickly become a celebrity and the talk of Keewahdin Elementary. → Read More