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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
Dogs must get new license by end of February

Dog licenses in St. Clair County, if purchased from Dec. 1 to Feb. 28, are $12 for an animal that is spayed or neutered, $22 for an intact animal. In Sanilac County, dog licenses are $12 spayed or neutered; $25 intact; $7 for dogs spayed or neutered owned by seniors; and $22 for intact dogs owned by seniors.

Signs of spring: Girl Scout cookies arrive

Girl Scout Troop 50558 leader Holly Beaudry, right, watches while Stephen Harrell carries boxes of Samoas to the front seat of her car in the parking lot outside the Girl Scouts of Southeast Michigan service center in Port Huron Feb. 15. It's that time of year again. Girl Scout cookies are rolling off trucks and are ready for booth sales to begin on Friday.

Port Huron jeweler arrested in Florida, charged with stealing items

Rick Bud Currie faced a 72nd District Court judge Thursday, Feb. 15, charged with six counts of larceny by conversion over $20,000 after he was extradited from Florida where he was located by members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force Northern Florida Division.

Port Huron schools reflect on past year

Port Huron Schools Superintendent Jamie Cain speaks at the State of the District Feb. 15. The event, held at the Blue Water Convention Center, highlighted changes throughout the district over the past year. Educators, civic and business leaders gathered at the Blue Water Convention Center on Thursday to reflect on the challenges and successes of the Port Huron Area School District.

McMorran Authority's separate status will end

Port Huron City Council members are expected to officially decide the future of the board, which oversees the entertainment complex, at their next meeting. Officials extended the authority through March before it expired last year, giving them more time to hash out options.

'This is a day about love' at Raven's nuptials

"I hope that we can be reminded, if no other time, that we're all about loving each other," Thompson said. Rose Shafran and David Earl Sexton, of Port Huron, kiss as a married couple during a ceremony at the Raven Cafe on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018.

Port Huron jeweler arraignment postponed

A Port Huron jeweler who was arrested in Florida with missing jewelry is back in Port Huron and is now expected to be arraigned Thursday. Rick Currie was scheduled to be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to St. Clair County District Court, however it was postponed with his charges to be amended, according to a clerk.

Man charged for sexually abusing children as young as four months old

A 27-year-old man faces multiple charges after authorities claim he sexually abused young children and made pornographic images of the attacks. Nicholas Michael Belkiewicz has been arraigned in 72nd District Court on three counts of child sexually abusive activity, one count each of using computers to commit a crime and possession of child sexually abusive material, five counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a person under 13 years of age, and three counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a person under 13 years of age.

Nancy Grace speaks at Port Huron Town Hall

The call to be a hero could come from any direction, TV personality and former prosecutor Nancy Grace said Monday. Before a crowded room in McMorran Place Theater, Grace recalled some of the most challenging moments of her life, including the murder of her fiancA© Keith Griffin in 1979.

Bakeries hustle for paczki rush on Fat Tuesday

With about 550 orders of a dozen paczki needed for Monday alone, Yale Bakery got to work around 9 a.m. on Sunday morning. The team will work through Tuesday baking, packing and selling orders.

13 retailers closing Michigan stores in 2018 - and 8 that are opening

We all know that retail is evolving. Consumer spending is now 10 percent internet-based, and our expectations for the time it takes to shop and whether delivery services fill our needs also are changing.

Port Huron police will have youth academy

The one-week program will be in June and will focus on students in the 11th and 12th grades interested in learning about law enforcement, according to a news release. The program will include topics such as traffic stops, drunken driving, building searches, domestic violence, constitutional law, physical fitness and other areas pertinent to law enforcement.

Retired train conductor gets new lamp

William Miskell talks in his Port Huron home Thursday about two railroad lamps that were given to him after the antique lamp that was mounted at the end of his driveway went missing. The donated lamps came after news about his lamp spread throughout the internet about two weeks ago.

What's next in the Grand Rapids city manager search

Grand Rapids city commissioners are planning to redesign their search for their next city manager after a first attempt failed to yield consensus on a finalist. Three finalists - two from mid-sized Michigan cities and one from the D.C.-area - were grilled publicly on tough questions three times in the past week.

Eight grapplers earn top billing

MAC Blue regular season champ Fraser won the title with 222 points. Gold runner-up Warren Fitzgerald was second overall with 122 points and Silver co-champ Center Line was third with 120 points.

Council: Only Repp knew of Freed's Grand Rapidsa

Freed said the timing of his candidacy and his raise weren't intentional. "The timing's awkward, but I can't control that," he said.

Michigan Track Improvements Slash Amtrak Travel Time

The Michigan Department of Transportation said $384 million in track improvements have led to faster train speeds and reduced travel times to Chicago. The Amtrak Wolverine route, which runs from Detroit to Chicago, has reduced transit time by 20 minutes, said Michael Frezell, a department spokesman.

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