Huron County is home to some great farmers markets. From Port Austin to Harbor Beach and from Pigeon to the newest addition in Ubly, you’re sure to find an abundance of local produce and crafts you’ll love. Read more for more information.
Looking to attend college this fall? Here's a great start to help with that tutiton bill.
Check out this list of fitness centers, dance studios, and yoga and pilates studios in Huron County.
We are highlighting the City of Caseville this month - check them out!
From new parks and walking trails to new businesses and opportunities, Huron County is on the rise! See for yourself, read more!
A list of parades, opportunities to see Santa, chances to listen or sing Christmas songs, and so much more this holiday season in Huron County!
Nestled in the northwest corner of the Thumb along the Pinnebog River, you will find a small village that offers a safe, cozy, small town environment for all who live and visit.
At the root of Huron County, near our southern border, exists the Village of Ubly. The Village of Ubly has evolved tremendously since its inception in 1896, though it’s past still influences the community’s rural charm.
Whether your kids are on summer break or you’re on vacation there are a number of fun events and activities for them to enjoy in Huron County. Check it out!
Harbor Beach is the largest city on the Thumb’s sunrise side and the second largest city in Huron County. This small lakeside town is often recognized for its large harbor, lighthouse, and industry. There are many unique elements that make Harbor Beach the unique hub it is.
Here is a list of events happening in Huron County for April, May, and June 2017.
From anglers looking to reel in a catch of a lifetime to families just looking for some fun on the water, the opportunities for fishing in the thumb are endless.
This month we are featuring "Village of Sebewaing", stay tuned for more communities!
People often recognize the HISD for its Tech Center, preschool, and special education services. Although these are very important programs and services offered by the HISD, there is a myriad of other opportunities and services you should know about.
New year, new you? We've put together a list to help you enrich your mind, body, and soul right here in Huron County.
When we come together for a cause, so much good can be accomplished in and around the thumb.
Let the holiday fun and festivities begin! Find out where Santa is in Huron County, when and where local Christmas Parades are taking place, and much, much more!
A photo story of the vibrant colors of the Huron County country and lakeside.
Huron County is home to many excellent schools, including high schools. We reached out to Brian Keim, Superintendent at Laker Schools in Pigeon to learn more about Laker High School.
School provides our kids with an excellent environment to learn and grow, but young minds can also benefit from opportunities outside of school.
We asked one of our local real estate agents for an opinion of Real Estate in Huron County - here's Lori Babcock featured article for the month of July. Thanks Lori!
Housing is an interesting topic in Huron County. Today's topic was senior housing; there are two ways to take this - you can retire in the Thumb and live on the water, enjoy that cup of coffee or you can retire and live in one of our fine senior living establishments throughout the Thumb. But housing concerns everyone - who doesn't want a great place to live? I have lived here my whole life and still find great things to do here, and yes retiring will be one of them someday...
In the upper Thumb region of Michigan we have great opportunities to blend into nature. With early spring around the corner, swan and geese migration begins throughout the area.
Listen! Can you hear it? The water lapping at the shores of Lake Huron, the roar of the campfire, and the kids squealing for more smores! Huron County is home to 93 miles of shore line and along that route we have 13 campgrounds that are settled along the shore.
Look what swam into the cross walks over the past weekend!
A challenge of small and rural communities is being able to keep or bring back young people after they leave to further their education. Recognizing that young people need job opportunities, housing options and other resources to transition back to the thumb area, our office is been working on this issue.
Michigan's Thumb is known for its soil and large agriculture industry. Adding local value to this 'green thumb' has long been an interest of local economic developers.
With a local kitchen incubator in place, we are hoping to expand small business opportunities related to food production and packaging, craft beer, wine and more.
Essentially any business related to local food and farm can help grown our craft agriculture successes.
The new buzzword in economic development, "placemaking", is spinning off projects and plans in our local communities. Placemaking is essentially creating spaces that people want to be in.