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20 GALLONS OF TAINTED KEROSENE STILL UNACCOUNTED FOR   Thu, 29 Jan 2015 19:33:32 EST
HURON COUNTY AUTHORITIES SAY THERE ARE NOW 20 GALLONS OF UNACCOUNTED TAINTED KEROSENE SOLD FROM THE SUNOCO BAD AXE MINI-MART. THAT'S DOWN FROM 30 GALLONS AS REPORTED EARLIER THURSDAY.  Full story...

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16 YEAR OLD IS NOW THE YOUNGEST PERSON TO GRADUATE FROM SC4

BRYAN TERRY

Mon, 06 May 2013 22:19:14 EDT

 


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BEGINNING CLASSES AT ST. CLAIR COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT THE AGE OF 13, SAM FRANK, NOW 16 IS THE YOUNGEST PERSON TO GRADUATE FROM THE SCHOOL.    FRANK WILL LEAVE THE SCHOOL MAY 10th WITH AN ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN SCIENCE.    FRANK SAYS HIS MOTHER HAD BEEN TEACHING HIM MATHEMATICS SINCE HE WAS IN FIRST GRADE WHICH LED TO TAKING PRE-CALCULUS AND TRIGONOMETRY AT PORT HURON NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL WHILE STILL ENROLLED AS A SEVENTH GRADER AT FORT GRATIOT MIDDLE SCHOOL.    A YEAR LATER FRANK BEGAN HIS FRESHMAN YEAR AT HIGH SCHOOL, BUT SAYS HE FELT UNCHALLENGED.     WITH THE HELP OF HIS PARENTS HE WAS ABLE TO ENROLL FULL TIME AT THE COLLEGE AT THE AGE OF 14.     AMONG HIS FAVORITE CLASSES WERE DIGITAL CIRCUITS, ELECTRONICS, EVOLUTION, AND BIOLOGY.    FRANK NOW SAYS HE IS LOOKING INTO A CAREER IN NUCLEAR ENGINEERING.
   

 

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