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June 29, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Opinion

Courser goes too far

A local state representative in the Michigan Legislature is making headlines again across Michigan, the country and beyond our shores. More...

Don’t let this happen

I hope Rep. Paul Muxlow and Sen. Phil Pavlov get The Banner and read your editorial of June 22 because it was dead on right. More...

Get Courser out!

I read in the paper the other day what state Rep. Todd Courser from Lapeer County wants to do. He wants weddings to be performed only in church, probably his kind of Biblethumping church that thinks it’s their way or no way. More...

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Calendar

Have an upcoming activity or event planned? Drop us a line at; The Brown City Banner, 4241 Main St. P.O. Box 250, Brown City MI 48416 or call 810-346-2753 or e-mail bcbanner@ mihomepaper.com. More...

Sports

Tresnak returns to coach Dryden football

DRYDEN – Pending School Board approval on July 13, a familiar face will return to the gridiron at Dryden High School. Brian Tresnak, who last coached the varsity squad in 2010, has been hired to replace Al Margrif. More...

Firebirds to open season against Saginaw

FLINT — The 2015-16 Ontario Hockey League schedule was released on Thursday, and as it turns out, the Flint Firebirds and Saginaw Spirit got their wish to open the season with a home-and-home against one another. More...

North Branch’s McGough earns All-State honors

LAPEER COUNTY – The annual All-State honors for the spring high school sports season have been released and more than half a dozen area athletes made the lists. More...

Brown City, Comcast reach agreement

BROWN CITY—The picture is brighter for the City of Brown City after it reached an agreement with Comcast Cable TV for the rent on its downlink site. More...

News

Blue Water Fest premier event on river

PORT HURON — The busiest week of the summer will get underway downtown from July 16 through July 18 when the Blue Water Fest and Port Huron-to-Mackinac Race comes back to town. More...

Diane Hogan honored as outstanding nurse

Saginaw Valley State University recently celebrated the contributions of six registered nurses in the Great Lakes Bay Region during the annual Carleen K. Moore R.N. Nursing Excellence awards. More...

Continued demand for soybeans, but ‘significant carryover’ for corn

LAPEER — If you’re still holding old-crop corn, you may want to take a hard look at your pricing hopes. More...

Peck Press

STRIPES Award recipients named

Seven individuals have received the STRIPES Award from the Sanilac Intermediate School Board of Education. STRIPES honors Special Talented Recognized Individuals Providing Education to Special Students. More...

Peck Area Birthdays

We are updating our Birthdays List, call 810-346- 2753 to add a name or to make any changes. June 29Colleen DeckerRenee BertramJarod Haupt June 30Mark MaherKrystal MaserJim VandewalkerErika Boller More...

District Court

The following individuals were sentenced or bound over to circuit court in 73A District Court in Sanilac County: Dennis Jackson, 35, Sandusky. Domestic violence. 50 days in jail, credit for time served. Work release. More...

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RAM INTRODUCES 2016 HEAVY DUTY LINE UP

Ram continues as “King of the Hill” in the heavy-duty battleground with the introduction of the 2016 model year Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty pickups. The capability leaders further build on a list of best-in-class claims. More...

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