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Author: Lakeshore Guardian

Local Author Janis Stein Announces New Book Honoring Huron County’s One-Room Schools: Local author Janis Stein pays tribute to Huron County’s one-room schoolhouses in her new book, Schools of Yesteryear, Volume II, featuring the country schools of...

A Tribute to Tony Taton: The Lakeshore Guardian will greatly miss our biggest fan in Lexington. Charles A.J. “Tony” Taton passed away on March 14, 2014, and The Lakeshore Guardian...

May Events: Deadline for event submission is the 15th of the month prior to month of issue. To have your nonprofit event listed here, include the name of...

The Fort Gratiot Light Station & Lighthouse in Port Huron:     Built in 1829, the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse is Michigan’s oldest lighthouse, and it’s also the second oldest lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Military Fort Gratiot,...

January Events: Deadline for event submission is the 15th of the month prior to month of issue. To have your nonprofit event listed here, include the name of...

December Events: Deadline for event submission is the 15th of the month prior to month of issue. To have your nonprofit event listed here, include the name of...

June Events: Deadline for event submission is the 15th of the month prior to month of issue. To have your nonprofit event listed here, include the name of...

Sandusky Resident Announces New Prose Poetry Book: What Makes the World Turn, by Kenneth Vincent Leese, is a collection of poetic memories on paper. Ken began journaling his life’s events at a...

Sandusky Thumb Festival 2014: Celebrating Sandusky’s Thumb Festival Weekend!   Mark your calendar for the last week in June, and join the fun in Sandusky to celebrate Sandusky’s Thumb Festival, Thursday...

The Hub of Huron County, Bad Axe, Michigan: Bring the whole family to Bad Axe and enjoy the June events.   Bad Axe, the hub of Huron County, is filled with exciting things to see...