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Death

July 8, 2017 by Lola Lauridsen Cohoe (Register to contact)

To the class of 62, I sadly must tell you that on May 5th I loss the love of my life. Lola passed after a long battle with Alzheimer's. Please remember her at you reunion.

BRMM alumni night

September 14, 2012 by Geoffrey Hering (Register to contact)

For all Band alumni, Sept 28th is alumni night!! Meet at the stadium by 5:00pm and bring your instrument! For more info and music go to the BRMM webb pare and sign up! Hope to see you there!!

Geoffrey Hering '71

Port Huron High School News From Around The Web

Prep Roundup: McGregor shines for PHN, in front of Harbaugh, Dantonio  Port Huron Times Herald

Even Jim Harbaugh had to rise to his feet. Port Huron Northern junior Braiden McGregor rose high above the rim Friday night to catch an alley-oop and slam ...



Port Huron High School senior given $25K bond for reportedly making school threat  WXYZ Detroit

A 17-year-old was arraigned and given a $25000 personal bond regarding a threat at Port Huron High School that was reported on Monday.



First responders to hold training at Port Huron schools  Port Huron Times Herald

If you see a bunch of police cars and ambulances in front of Port Huron High School this Saturday, don't panic. First responders from St. Clair County and around ...



Port Huron High senior facing 20-year felony in school threat  Port Huron Times Herald

Editor's note: The 17-year-old student is female. An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the student was male. A 17-year-old Port Huron High School ...



A family affair: Sports keeps Dickinson household together  Port Huron Times Herald

The Dickinson family has had a major impact on Port Huron Area sports. They took a moment out of their Christmas week to reflect on their impact.



Port Huron grad Mark Chapman signs with Denver Broncos  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron High School graduate Mark Chapman has signed a contract with the Denver Broncos.



Students shown shop floors during Manufacturing Day tours  Port Huron Times Herald

Fourteen local shops have opened their doors to St. Clair County students in hopes they catch the manufacturing bug.



15-year-old arrested for making up school shooting threat, police say  MLive.com

A 15-year-old Fort Gratiot boy is facing two felony charges after he allegedly fabricated information about a threat at Port Huron Northern High School.



Eight vie for three Port Huron City Council seats  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

In Port Huron, three of six city council seats are up for election, and eight candidates are vying for the open jobs.



Port Huron schools to host active shooter training  Port Huron Times Herald

School staff will have a session of ALICE training this month. In April, first responders will use PHH and PHN to training exercises.



Big Reds believe in the Robinson family  Port Huron Times Herald

The annual student vs. staff basketball game will help the son of two Port Huron High School graduates.



Port Huron grad Mark Chapman prepares for NFL, CFL drafts  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron High and Central Michigan Univeristy graduate Mark Chapman is preparing for the upcoming NFL and CFL drafts.



Operation Transformation sponsors food packing project  Port Huron Times Herald

The event will be April 21 in the auxiliary gym at Port Huron High School.



Travel baseball tryouts set for Saturday at Port Huron High School  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron High School baseball coach Kyle Sheppard will host tryouts for a pair of travel teams Saturday at Port Huron High.



Summer meal programs return later this month  Port Huron Times Herald

Soon kids will be queuing up at parks and schools for a bite to eat under the Blue Water Area's summer meals programs. School meal programs are set to return ...



Blue Water SandFest returns to Port Huron this weekend  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Master and advanced amateur sculptors from across North America will gather in Port Huron this weekend for this year's Blue Water SandFest.



Update: Student arrested for making a false police report  Port Huron Times Herald

Teen, 15, allegedly admitted to have made up information about threat at Port Huron Northern High School.



Student-led walkouts honor shooting victims  Port Huron Times Herald

A minute or two before 10 a.m., a crowd of Port Huron High School students made their way to the glass doors at the front of the building. Under the watchful eye ...



Truck slams through wall of Port Huron High School classroom  ABC 12 News

Luckily, no one was in the classroom at the time, but there were still people in the building and on campus who all heard the loud noise.



Marion Stewart named Port Huron High boys basketball coach  Port Huron Times Herald

Marion Stewart remembers wearing his Port Huron High School jersey with a sense of pride.



Port Huron board OKs first school improvements  Port Huron Times Herald

With board approval of the bid for the first round of construction, Port Huron Schools' bond implementation plans are officially underway.



Michigan high school football: Mick McCabe's Week 7 state rankings  Detroit Free Press

The Super 10, plus the top 10 in each of the eight divisions for the seventh week of the 2018 Michigan high school football season.



Memorial Stadium gets new bleachers  Port Huron Times Herald

Fans will have a more comfortable place to rest during football games at Memorial Stadium.



Marysville Invitational: Local track and field teams compete on chilly night  Port Huron Times Herald

The 39th annual Marysville Track and Field Invitational was held Friday night at Marysville High School.



Michigan high school football scores from Week 7  Detroit Free Press

Addison 46, Manchester 31. Adrian Lenawee Christian 24, Pittsford 7. Akron-Fairgrove def. Carsonville-Port Sanilac, forfeit. Allen Park 70, Lincoln Park 6.



Michigan high school football scoreboard Week 1  Detroit Free Press

High school football scores from across the state of Michigan.



Port Huron Schools to transform with bond money  Port Huron Times Herald

Last August, voters approved a $105.9 million bond measure proposed by Port Huron Area School District. For the owner of a $100000 home, it meant an ...



Students learn chess is more than moving pieces around  Port Huron Times Herald

Phil Willard Memorial Chess Tournament was Saturday.



Port Huron rapper moves back to Michigan  Port Huron Times Herald

A hip-hop artist that attended Port Huron High School has recently moved back to Michigan to pursue his music career in his home state.



Read the reports: April's restaurant inspections  Port Huron Times Herald

Food *service* establishment inspection reports completed in April by the St. Clair County Health Department: Algonac Dairy Queen: ...



Wagner family overwhelmed by community support  Port Huron Times Herald

The Port Huron community shows love and support to a family dealing with cancer.



Couple weds at center ice wearing hockey skates  Port Huron Times Herald

Courtney Harris and Alex Tarvainen start married life with a puck drop.



Vote for Athlete of the Week: Sept. 11-15  Port Huron Times Herald

Voting for the Times Herald Athlete of the Week award is underway.



'The Big Give' organizes fundraising blitz for area nonprofits this summer  Port Huron Times Herald

The Community Foundation of St. Clair County is bringing back an event formally called "Give Where You Live."



BLOCH: 'Something in the Water' sends Port Huron music fans on time trip  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

You can still walk down the littered stairwell on the north side of the shuttered Military Street Music Cafe in downtown Port Huron and knock on the basement ...



Port Huron police recruit hometown heroes  Port Huron Times Herald

Wednesday was Jamie Brown's first day on the job as a police officer in his hometown. And the Port Huron native arrested on an outstanding warrant someone ...



Michigan high school football: Mick McCabe's Week 3 state rankings  Detroit Free Press

The Super 10, plus the top 10 in each of the eight divisions in Michigan high school football?



Richmond reaches finals at the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Championship  Port Huron Times Herald

One team from the Blue Water Area Robotics Alliance represented the area in the finals of the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Championship Saturday night.



Man sentenced to jail in crash that killed firefighter  Port Huron Times Herald

Thomas Francis Deering pleaded guilty to moving violations causing death April 20.



Blood, platelet donations support cancer patients | Life  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

The American Red Cross is seeking blood and platelet donations to support cancer patients and others during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.



Bates hopes to be at Boston College ‘a long time’  Port Huron Times Herald

PH Northern alumnus Brad Bates isn't distracted by UM speculation.



Soup kitchen celebrating new facility in Port Huron  Port Huron Times Herald

Mid City Nutrition hopes to serve more people and offer more programs out of re-purposed building.



Veterans reflect on WWII service  Port Huron Times Herald

Seventy-five years ago, Shirley Hart was attending Port Huron High School and playing the accordion.



Thinking big: Browning sets sights on helping the Blue Water Area become fit  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron grad Tim Browning is enjoying the life of a personal trainer. Browning said he looks forward to helping others achieve their fitness goals.



Officials eye solutions over continued Verizon signal headache  Port Huron Times Herald

Driving up and down the St. Clair River, Bill Gratopp jokes his knowledge of where he'll suddenly lose cell phone *service* has become somewhat of an expertise.



Families turn out for 30th annual Rainbow Singers  Port Huron Times Herald

There was plenty of nostalgia to go around at this year's Rainbow Singers concert, with past alumni invited on stage to sing along at the end of the night.



St. Mary McCormick students put on a show for Christmas  Port Huron Times Herald

Performance's goal is to put Christ back in the season.



The Marysville test: Stunning school, not-so-stunning results  Port Huron Times Herald

Visitors to the $59 million, state-of-the-art Marysville High School have plenty to marvel at. Completed in 2010, the imposing glass and steel, 270,000 square-foot ...



MI Kids on the Move to keep robotics teams busy into summer  Port Huron Times Herald

Even with the 2018 FIRST Robotics World Championship finished, some robotics team members will be busy throughout the summer. Michigan Kids on the ...



Chippewa Valley, Port Huron nicknames targeted by Michigan Department of Civil Rights  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Chippewa Valley and Port Huron high schools are among the schools that the Michigan Department of Civil Rights is asking to stop using American Indian ...



Port Huron graduate devotes time to country music career  Port Huron Times Herald

When he was in kindergarten, Drew Jacobs told everyone he wanted to be a “rock star” when he grew up.



Bob and Julie Moak: Priorities deeply ingrained  Port Huron Times Herald

Bob and Julie Moak have their priorities straight: Family, friends and community. The Moaks, both 77, of Fort Gratiot say community involvement is important to ...



See which Michigan high school football players dominated in Week 7  Detroit Free Press

Week 7 of the Michigan high school football season had plenty of big performances around the state.



Marysville SAT scores best in county  Port Huron Times Herald

The 2015-16 school year was the first that students in high schools across Michigan were required to take the SAT as part of the M-STEP and in St. Clair County, ...



Devoted wrestler and coaching couple to be inducted into OAS HoF  Iosco County News Herald

OSCODA – Class of 1980 Oscoda High School (OHS) graduate Matt Gary is one of seven being inducted into the Oscoda High School Athletic Hall of Fame this ...



St. Clair County Community Mental Health dinner celebrates community  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

St. Clair County Community Mental Health Authority celebrated its community partners and staff at its annual dinner at Alexander's Premier Banquet Facility in ...



Three races contested in Port Huron Township | News  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

In Port Huron Township, two candidates – Keith Eisen and Peter Shonka, now a trustee – are squaring off for township treasurer; incumbent treasurer Nancy ...



Meet the Michigan high school bowling dream teams  Detroit Free Press

The 2018 high school bowling dream teams, as selected by the Michigan High School Interscholastic Bowling Coaches Association. Bios compiled by Free ...



Various Dates - Craft Shows & Bazaars  Port Huron Times Herald

Nov. 1. Port Huron Garden Club Annual Holiday Luncheon, Gift Bazaar and Greens Sale. When: 10:30 a.m.. Where: First Congregational Church, 723 Court St., ...



Investigation continues into crash that killed first responder  Port Huron Times Herald

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Griswold Street Baptist Church.



Michigan high school football: Mick McCabe's Week 1 state rankings  Detroit Free Press

The Super 10, plus the top 10 Michigan high school football teams after Week 1 of the 2018 season.



Smedley named President of Michigan Amateur Boxing  Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron grad takes over Michigan Amateur Boxing.



Radio man gives back to the community  Port Huron Times Herald

Larry and Kathy Smith have always been on the same wavelength. The Fort Gratiot couple's deep roots and lengthy careers have allowed them to tune into ways ...



Lexington's new top cop has local ties  sanilaccountynews.mihomepaper.com

LEXINGTON — Larry R. Sheldon was welcomed as Lexington's new police chief last week with a standing ovation by members of the village council and the ...



Blue Water Middle College is booming  Port Huron Times Herald

High school students are taking over St. Clair County Community College. Because of surging enrollment in Blue Water Middle College, a quarter of the students ...



Michigan high school football: Week 1 top performers  Detroit Free Press

Michigan high school football top performers for Week 1 of the regular season.



NAMES IN THE NEWS  Port Huron Times Herald

Alma College student earns honor for high GPA. Sophomore Hope Ayers was awarded the President's Cup for achieving the highest academic standing in her ...



Schools short on substitutes  Port Huron Times Herald

Substitute teachers are a daily need at area districts, but some schools are concerned about finding enough.



Rapid HIV testing offered at St. Clair County Health Department  Detroit Free Press

The health department began offering rapid HIV testing this month in an effort to get more people tested.



Welcome home: St. Clair grad Tim Lelito signs with Detroit Lions  Port Huron Times Herald

St. Clair High School product Tim Lelito is back at home. The offensive lineman has signed with the Detroit Lions.



Oak Park dominant in victory over Utica Eisenhower: three takeaways  Detroit Free Press

Oak Park flexed its muscles early and often in a 31-13 victory Thursday afternoon in the opening game of the Xenith Prep Kickoff Classic at Wayne State.



Goodells park is host to high school equestrians  Port Huron Times Herald

GOODELLS - The afternoon played out like something from another time, a slower-paced time more in tune with the clip-clop of hooves punctuated by nickers, ...



Port Huron Times Herald Reports Johnson To Join Ferris As Walk On  MLive.com

In addition to Chanahl Putnam, the Port Huron Times Herald is reporting that St. Clair County Community College guard Megan Johnson (No. 20) is planning to ...



Does your high school have the best marching band?  WDIV Detroit

Nominate your high school in Local 4's 4 Frenzy at ClickOnDetroit.



Brighton QB Will Jontz should make recruiters notice after near upset  Detroit Free Press

Brighton star Will Jontz can run over or around you as a dual-threat QB. Belleville got an up-close look on Thursday in the season opener.



Flu shots available at St. Clair County Health Department this fall  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Local health officials are encouraging residents to prevent the flu by getting vaccinated.



Vote Now: Top 10 High School Marching Bands  WDIV Detroit

There are only 9 days left to vote in Local 4's 4Frenzy Marching Band competition. These are the bands that made it into the Top 10. Nearly 8,000 votes have ...



Cardinal Mooney wins county mock trial crown  Port Huron Times Herald

Activity's goal is to teach life lessons, not turn out more lawyers.



Missing one fortune, making another  Port Huron Times Herald

John Radford might have missed out on a good investment, but he built a valuable life in the stock yards.



Putting a college advisor in every Michigan high school  Bridge Michigan

Getting low-income students to think about two- and four-year colleges is the goal of a program that can lift young people from poverty and boost the state's ...



One injured in Marysville explosion | News  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Explosions at a welding supply company in Marysville sent one employee to the hospital early Monday as smoke filled the sky and secondary explosions rattled ...



Prosecutor: Marine City officer justified in shooting of Richmond woman  New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

St. Clair County Prosecutor Mike Wendling has ruled a Marine City police officer was justified in the recent fatal shooting of a 36-year-old Richmond woman.



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