A journey of nearly five year's duration ended Saturday for John Kennedy. The Port Huron Township resident, and member of the Oneida Nation, saw his monument to area Native Americans installed and dedicated during a brief ceremony on the St. Clair River waterfront north of the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron. He said the monument, which is a large boulder with carved petroglyphs, was to acknowledge the importance of Native Americans in the area in the past, in the present and in the future.
ST. CLAIR - Garrison Brown says the St. Mary's Fall Festival is fun "because you get to hang out with your friends." That's part of the festival's appeal, said Richard Yamin, a chairman of the annual event in St. Clair. "On festival days, you see people come out of the woodwork," he said. "They come from all over: 'Hey, I went to school here. My children went to school here.' "You see generations — people who went to school together and haven't seen each other since school days."
Firefighters from three departments were at an electrical fire Friday evening at Mueller Brass, 300 Runnels St., Port Huron. Port Huron Fire Capt. Jeff Tucker said the fire was reported about 9 p.m. Friday. The fire was in an electrical equipment room, he said. Some of the equipment in the room was damaged, he said. Firefighters from Port Huron were assisted by Marysville and Port Huron Township fire departments. No one was injured. Tucker said firefighters were on scene for about two hours.
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