Monday Jul 14
64-year-old man rescued from sinking boat at Port Sanilac Harbor
Police are commending a 64-year-old Lexington man for wearing a life jacket when he went overboard from his boat in the Port Sanilac Harbor, which helped him stay afloat until rescue workers arrived.
A good time was had
Loren Jusi said Boat Night is a chance to see the real Port Huron. "I come every year," she said.
View from the crew: Mackinac serves as homecoming
This is the third in a series profiling the crew of Good Lookin', which will compete Saturday in the Mackinac Race.
Explosion that leveled Lexington mobile home not deemed suspicious
The fire that leveled a mobile home Monday afternoon in Lexington is not suspicious, according to Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Binicki.
UPDATED: Lexington mobile home leveled in explosion
Lexington Assistant Fire Chief John Watson said the incident was reported shortly before 2 p.m. While the cause remains under investigation, officials believe it was a gas line explosion.
Lexington puts on 'a wonderful parade'
It's just not an Independence Day parade without a bunch of big guys wearing tasseled hats buzzing little cars in and out of traffic.
Lexington church celebrates anniversary
St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Lexington didn't start with a splash -- only 18 charter members -- but the white frame building on Huron Avenue has become a village institution.
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Outdoors: Fishing report
Detroit River: Walleye have been caught in the lower Trenton Channel, including the area near the Edison Plant.
Let leaders address Art Van buy
Talk to me: * A St. Clair County Resident: "This is in reference to the loan the library and the county parks and recreation department gave the county commissioners to buy Tom Barrett's former Art Van building.
They were blessed with 3 children, Mark Ellis of Knoxville, TN, Cindy Nunn of Croswell, Diane Lobbestael of New Baltimore, seven grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.