Author: Wm Dixon

LOCALMarlette

Marlette Falls in Double OT

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It was a hard-fought battle when the Marlette Raiders traveled to Harbor Beach to take on the Pirates, going into double-overtime, but the Beach took the …

LOCALSandusky

Redskin Royalty

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Sandusky’s Ashton Phillips and Madison Long took home the honor of Homecoming King and Queen as Sandusky went on to defeat Memphis 48-0 on Friday.

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SAR Presents Distinguished Service Award

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The Charles Hammond American Legion Post 8 has been instrumental in bringing the Blue Water Fallen Heroes program to St. Clair County. Over 580 service members …

LOCAL

Parting Shot 10/27/2021 Edition: Two Horse Town

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Horses are known for their strength, but how much can a horse safely carry? If you know the correct answer, Call, e-mail, post a comment on …

LOCALMarlette

Raiders defeat Caro, Honor Coach Lester

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The Marlette Raiders were at home this past Friday, defeating Caro 42-7. It was also a special night for Coach Denny Lester, as he was honored …

LOCALSandusky

Sandusky Tennis Statebound

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The Sandusky Tennis Team has a lot to be proud of – The Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association presented the Sandusky High School Boys Tennis …

LOCALMarlette

Farewell to Sorento

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Marlette Jr./Sr. High School Principal Chuck Sorentino’s resignation was presented and approved by the Marlette Board School Board of Education a regular meeting on Monday October …

LOCAL

Annual Lions Raffle Winners Announced

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The Sandusky Lions annual raffle raffle was held at Yager Auto Parts on Friday, October 1, with all of the proceeds used to fund Lions Club …

LOCALSandusky

Meet the 2021 Sandusky Homecoming Court

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Senior Homecoming members (l-r): Maddie Long, Ashton Phillips, Ollyssea Henne, Josh Smith, Tori Viscogliosi, Michael Bayle, Hannah Schuster and Martin Tovar. The king and queen will …

DeckervilleLOCAL

Eagles bring 50-0 Win Home against Mayville

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Mayville may have had home field advantage, but Deckerville’s offense and defense had different ideas, not only scoring 50 points, but also not allowing any points …

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