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Drug Take Back Day is April 28th

Sponsored by: St. Clair Eye The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office is teaming up with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for the bi-annual National Drug Take Back Day. The event will take place Saturday, April 28th from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Sheriff’s main office, in Port Huron Township. Sheriff Tim Donnellon said, “This is a great way to keep these pills from being abused and also keep them out of our drinking water.” This will be the 15th time the Sheriff’s Office has teamed up with the DEA to collect pills. Over the past fourteen events, more...

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Bollywood visits Port Huron

Sponsored by: St. Clair Eye  A glimpse of Bollywood was at SC4 Fine Arts Theater, April 14th. Chitrahaarr was a chance for the audience to learn more about Bollywood and Indian culture through song and...

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Opioids in St. Clair County: Our Community, Our Future Discussion Tonight

Sponsored by: St. Clair Eye Tonight the St. Clair County Health Department will host a meeting to discuss the opioid epidemic in the national as well as the epidemic in the community. There will be many partnering members from law enforcement, medical, spiritual, and business communities participating in a roundtable discussion. The public is invited to attend and join in on the conversation at Port Huron Municipal’s Office starting at 5:30...

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Prowlers Set a FHL Record for Most Points Scored in the Regular Season

Sponsored by: St. Clair Eye The Prowlers wrapped up regular season games last weekend with one win and a loss on the road against the Carolina Thunderbirds. On April 6, the Prowlers came up short with a 4-1 score. Egars Ozolins scored the lone Prowler goal in the third period, but the Prowlers were back with their A game Saturday night taking a 4-2 win against the Thunderbirds. Jonathon Juliano and Matt Graham both had first period goals while Matt Coleman, Tommy Tsicos and Branden Parkhouse added a goal a piece in the third period. With the Saturday night...

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Yale High School student advances to National Competition

Sponsored by: St. Clair Eye  Kayla Halleck, an 11th grader at Yale High School, will compete for a national title after winning 1st place at the state HOSA Leadership Conference health student competition in Grand Rapids. She took first in the Home Health Aide category. Four other TEC health students also competed who all placed in the top 10 of their category. More than 3,000 health students from across Michigan competed in 57 events at the state competition. The national competition is in Dallas in late...

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