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Past articles by Syeda:

Modern day bounty hunters prefer soft skills to force

These bounty hunters with day jobs and families say playing nice eases unnecessary risk → Read More

East China teacher gets state honor

Ratliff receives William C. Morse award from Michigan Council for Exceptional Children → Read More

Marysville seeks non-homestead tax renewal

A non-homestead property tax renewal of 18 mills for Marysville Public Schools will go before voters May 3. → Read More

Kimball Twp. woman hopes to raise childcare reimbursements

Danielle Bagaiski says someone needs to do something about low wages, reimbursements in childcare → Read More

Marine City could see senior daycare

Alzheimer and Dementia group will hold March 15 Community Forum at Washington Life Center → Read More

Gearing's International Carnival highlights 25 countries

Gearing Elementary School hosts international carnival with exhibits from 25 countries → Read More

SC4 steps up efforts to raise graduation rates

College registrar cites promising data showing graduation rates are climbing despite enrollment declines → Read More

Mayor Pauline Repp visits Woodrow Wilson

Second graders at Woodrow Wilson Elementary had plenty of questions for Port Huron Mayor Pauline Repp when she came to visit Thursday morning. Most of them were scripted, as was a question from Christopher Williams in Jodi Brockitt’s class: “How do you feel about your job as mayor?” “It’s a very important job. When I was your age, that thought would never have occurred to me to be the mayor of… → Read More

Cub Scouts help Animal Control check off wish list

Local scouting troop delivers collected items to county animal shelter to earn their belt loops → Read More

East China boundaries to change 2016-17

East China School District's school board approved new school boundaries Monday. The board accepted recommendations from an eight-member boundary committee set up in January. The changes will impact 52 current K-4 students who currently attend Pine River Elementary, sending them ultimately toward Marine City High School instead of St. Clair. The changes are: * Beginning 2016-17 school year, the… → Read More

Elementary students brush up on oral health care

Port Huron Schools wraps up national initiative with talk to Keewahdin Elementary students → Read More

Schools rounding up kindergarteners

School officials say roundups aid early enrollment, staffing projections for fall → Read More

East China looks to shift school boundaries

The board is expected to take action on the recommended boundary changes during a special meeting Monday. → Read More

Marysville student named Presidential Scholar candidate

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

SC4 board appoints PHN grad interim president

Snyder a Port Huron Northern High School graduate; former SC4 student → Read More

East China Schools building repairs to be funded through sinking fund

Summer construction work is third major sinking fund project in three years → Read More

Port Huron Schools details bond priorities

Unprecedented amount requested would fund extensive upgrades at every building → Read More

Walk for Warmth pledges warm hearts and homes

Blue Water Community Action event organizer hopes to raise $15,000 in pledges, raffle sales → Read More

Cain: Negative rap holding area back

Event targets local businesses, community leaders, politicians → Read More

Rural schools beat the odds in new report card

Frostick Elementary in Croswell-Lexington named in Mackinac Center's Top 100 best schools list → Read More