By Patti Samar Mary Fortune wanted to do something to honor the memory of her late husband this year. And 30 holiday wreaths later, she’s made an impact on veterans in the Blue Water Area and beyond. Fortune, a resident of Kimball Township, created 30 holiday wreaths and placed an ad on the Facebook Marketplace … More MARY FORTUNE: Feeling Festive
SheShip launches in Port Huron to provide educational opportunities related to women’s issues and LGBTQ issues. … More SHESHIP LAUNCHES: New Nonprofit Promotes Equality for Women
By Patti Samar Jenifer and Kyle McHugh of Grand Rapids knew their love and love story were special. That is why they traveled to 12 different wedding venues all over the state before settling upon Solitude Links Golf Course and Banquet Center in Kimball Township. The most surprising catch? Neither one of them has ties … More JEN & KYLE MCHUGH: A Wedding Story
Fiber artist Laura Lyon is helping save the earth by rescuing one piece of junk at a time. … More LAURA LYON: saving the earth
To Karen Harris of Port Huron, life is all about home, family and giving back to the community. … More KAREN HARRIS: coming home
Keiryn Ajayi-Obe knows what a difference a teacher can make in the life of a struggling student because she was once that struggling student – and now she is that teacher. … More KEIRYN AJAYI-OBE: making a difference
Catherine Duffy Houghton, 98, of Fort Gratiot, began her self-proclaimed “love affair” with trains when she took her first ride on one at the age of just two years old.
Fate shined a bright light down on her when she grew up and married a man whose family owned a railroad. … More CATHERINE DUFFY HOUGHTON: living a meaningful life