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New Car Dealers Targeted by Legislation LANSING, MI – State Representative Aaron Miller (R-Sturgis) introduced a bill recently intended to bring Michigan’s new car sales and service regulations in line with neighboring states, allow economic…

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Lady ‘Skins Perfect through three

By Dave Fredrick Tribune Recorder Leader The Sandusky girls basketball team is picking up right where they left off last season, winning games in fashionable style. The Lady Redskins took to the hardcourt last week…


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Moore Township Voter Turnout

NUMBER OF VOTERS: 427 REGISTERED VOTERS: 746 VOTER TURNOUT: 57.24% ZONING AMENDMENT YES 181 NO 246 GREENLEAF TOWNSHIP NUMBER OF VOTERS: 226 REGISTERED VOTERS: 488 VOTER TURNOUT: 46.31% TRUSTEE (Vote for 1) KEN BROWN 159…


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Sharbowski gets Moose

Brad Sharbowski of Palms, (pictured with his wife, Melissa), shot this 53” wide, 22-point,  moose on September 27, while bow hunting at Gowganda, Ontario. It weighed approximately 1,200 pounds.


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Scouts Bottle and Can Drive

Sandusky Cub Scout Pack 333 is holding a Bottle and Can Drive on Saturday, October 17, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. They will be walking through the Sandusky neighborhood collecting bottles and cans for…


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Down Main Street 10/7/15

New Sandusky Fireworks Organization Seeks Public Assistance The recently formed Sandusky Fireworks Organization (SFO) has only one mission in mind. Expand, enhance, and improve, one or more annual Sandusky fireworks shows each year. The committee,…


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Pirates sail to win; homecoming Saturday

By Dave Fredrick Tribune Recorder Leader The Peck Pirates left little doubt in the minds of the Big Rapids entourage who the better team was. Playing with a running clock for the second half, the…


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Weed Ordinance Changes Adopted

During their regular meeting on Monday, August 3, the Sandusky City Council approved changes to the city’s weed ordinance. Among the changes, are the increasing of grass height from 6 inches to 8 inches. The…



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Change of the Guard

Bob Willis (left) recently retired from the Sanilac County Sheriff’s Department, and has taken over the position of Deckerville Village Police Chief, since the retirement of Tim Torp. Willis, after serving in the Army, went…