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McLaren is Offering Free Skin Checks

Sponsored by: Blue Water Area Transit The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. And, research has shown that daily sunscreen use cuts the incidence of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, in half. McLaren Port Huron will hold a free skin cancer screening Wednesday, May 9, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., at the McLaren Port Huron Jefferson Building. The screening is free, but an appointment is required. To schedule an appointment or for more information, contact HealthAccess at...

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PHN Student will head to Carnegie Hall for Accomplishment

Sponsored by: Blue Water Area Transit  Erica Conley is a senior at Port Huron Northern and recently was told the news that she received a Gold Key for her artwork at the Scholastic Art and Writing Regional Exhibition. Her mixed media artwork, titled “The Inner Wiring of the Female Body,” was sent to New York for judging and made it into Nationals where she was awarded a Silver Medal. Erica, her family, and her Port Huron Northern AP Studio Art Teacher, Ms. Victoria Hussey, will be invited to New York City to celebrate her remarkable accomplishment in June at Carnegie...

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New Museum Opening in Clay Township

Sponsored by: Blue Water Area Transit The Museum of Off-Road Adventure will be opening in Clay Township soon! The Museum will be holding a fundraiser Monday, April 23rd at Foxfire Fixin’s in Marine City. From 4 pm to close with Foxfire donating 20 percent of food bills to the Museum. The Museum will offer a special opportunity to purchase lifetime memberships at a reduced rate! For more information visit

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Local Organization celebrates 98 years

Sponsored by: Blue Water Area Transit  The Port Huron Host Lions Club celebrated 98 years in our community on Monday night’s City Council meeting by presenting a generous donation of $3,000 to the new play area at Palmer Park that’s currently under development. “Sprout City” will open later this season and will include inclusive play equipment, sensory boards and a paved Tike Trak with accessible playhouses and raised garden...

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SC4 Wins Bid for National NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball

Some very exciting and long anticipated news: St. Clair County Community College has been selected by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) as the host site for the NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship in March 2020, 2021 and 2022. The championship tournament will allow SC4 to expand its growing national reputation in collegiate sports, bring more entertainment activities to the Blue Water Area, and have a substantial impact on the local economy. Dr. Deborah Snyder, SC4 President anticipates the impact it will have not only on students and the college, but also on the community. “We continue to...

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