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This past Monday, sports broadcasting legend Mike Emrick returned to McMorran Place in downtown Port Huron, Michigan, just steps away from center ice in McMorran’s Main Arena, which, for Emrick, could be considered his home ice, the place where his legendary career began.
Actor and activist John Ratzenberger recently spoke at Port Huron Town Hall and addressed an issue that is affecting the Blue Water Area: There is a critical need for more skilled tradesmen and women.
Andy Northrop of the Michigan State University Extension Service helps Thumb-Are communities with economic development.
A trip to see Native American petroglyphs in Michigan’s Thumb led to a second unexpected adventure … the Thumb Octagon Barn Agricultural Museum … two Pure Michigan adventures everyone needs to see!
Marine City, Michigan, is undergoing a renaissance and it is happening 100-percent organically with people who just love the community rolling up their sleeves and spending their own hard-earned dollars to create a very cool community…
The Blue Water Bridge isn’t worth seeing unless you can see it at night, with its bright, blue, blue lights…
Andy Bakko, owner of Wolverine Market in downtown Port Huron, is the Blue Water Area’s premiere somelier and he understands that giving back is the way to create a successful business.
The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse has been operating since 1829 and caretaker Mike Popelka is keeping the light on for us.
The Blue Water Hospice Home in Marysville isn’t a place for people to go to die…it is a place to go where they can celebrates their lives…