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Lake Huron is located in eastern Michigan at the base of Lake Huron. It was established in 1814 as Fort Gratiot and is considered to have been the first Euro-American settlement in the area. In the 1850s the population grew dramatically due to a successful shipbuilding and lumber trade, and in 1957 the city was incorporated as Port Huron. By the 1870s, the population was much larger than most of the surrounding communities.

Population: 32338
Local Newspapers: The Port Huron Times Herald
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Baker College—Port Huron

Zip Codes associated with port huron, michigan: 48059 48060
Towns/Cities near port huron, michigan : Point Edward Marysville Emmett Memphis Richmond

Port Huron News
Detroit's forgotten history of slavery detailed in new book

Stateside's conversation wit Tiya Miles, professor of history at the University of Michigan and author of the book "The Dawn of Detroit: A Chronicle of Slavery and Freedom in the City of the Straits." There are accepted historical "facts" which do not hold up to closer scrutiny.

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Ross Medical Education Center Career Services Representative Faith Kirnberger was awarded the Outstanding Career Service Award from the Ohio-Michigan Association of Career Colleges and Schools on Nov. 8. She was nominated by the campus director of the local Ross Medical Education Center campus, Mia Vargo. Stacey Krause has been named the McLaren Port Huron Employee of the Month for October.

Workers getting ready to string lights downtown

Workers have closed two lanes on Military Street in Port Huron as they prepare to string holiday lights in the the city's downtown. The light strings cost about $70,000.

Grant board OKs Port Huron park projects

Port Huron has been approved by the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board for grants of $100,000 and $300,000 for work at Lighthouse Beach and the Riverside Boat Launch. "The Michigan Trust Fund board recommended that we be funded," said Nancy Winzer, Port Huron recreation director.

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January could be American Integrity , a product of Sturgeon Bay, WI, 1000' loa x 105' and when loaded and photographed from this angle, she looks impossibly long. Her size keeps her confined to the four upper lakes, being way too large for the Welland Canal.

Yard waste pickup extended for some Port Hurona

Pickup will be extended to Dec. 12 and 13 but only for those whose regular pickup day is on Tuesday or Wednesday and on both sides of West Water Street, according to a statement. This week, Port Huron announced leaf pickup was being extended a week citywide.

Plea hearing for Matthew Lander set for Dec. 15

A plea hearing for a Port Huron man accused of killing his mother has been set for 10 a.m. Dec. 15 in front of Circuit Judge Daniel Kelly, according to court documents. Lander was in court for a plea hearing on Nov. 27 where both his lawyer, Frederick J. Lepley, and St. Clair County Assistant Prosecutor Brianna Monzo asked for more time to negotiate a plea.

St. Clair, Port Huron and SC4 get forestry grants

According to a news release from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, St. Clair and SC4 received $2,750 and $2,000 respectively to plant trees. The competitive grant program is a cooperative effort between the DNR and the U.S. Forest Service.

Victim assaulted over $500 debt

Charles David Post, left, and Robert Allen Ware sit in the St. Clair County District Court Tuesday for their preliminary hearing. The men are being charged with luring a man to a home where they threatened him with a gun and robbed him.

Uncommon hero of a forgotten tragedy

Port Huron man remembers grandfather whose heroics are captured in new book on 100 year anniversary of the Halifax explosion. Joseph Ernest Barss was a physician, met Prince Edward on a battlefield, was the founder of the University of Michigan's varsity hockey program and was a bit like the character Forest Gump, said his grandson.

Multi-vehicle crash cleared at 32nd and Lapeer

Deputies and firefighters have cleared the scene of a crash involving seven cars at 32nd Street and Lapeer Roads in Port Huron Township. According to deputies, the driver of a vehicle northbound on 32nd Street appeared to have a medical emergency causing loss of control of the vehicle.

Trial date set for civil suit against ex-teacher, Port Huron Schools

It alleges one or both defendant violated the children's civil rights, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act, committed intentional infliction of emotional distress and more. A lawsuit filed against Port Huron Schools and a former teacher who pleaded guilty to assaulting special education children is moving forward in court.

Community Clubs News

The Blue Water Eagle Riders held their September meeting on Sept. 3. New member Chris Schneider was voted into the club.

City considers extending expiring McMorrana

The civic center authority's incorporation expires at the end of this year. Official said the extension gives them time to decide permanent fate.

Ice anglers with wheelhouse shelters will pay new license fee this year

The $16 charge was part of a push by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to increase fees for hunting and fishing. Wheeled fish houses had not been licensed before because they were considered portable.

As pot deadline nears, officials watch and wait

A medical marijuana plant is seen growing at a secured growing facility Friday, June 9, 2017, in Maple Valley Township. On the homepage of a state-level medical marijuana legal group's website, a count-down box measures the passing time down to the second.

He ate their soup. Now he rings their bell.

The Salvation Army organization has been providing aid for more than 150 years. Now the Port Huron branch needs some extra hands on deck.

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