WCSX City of the Week

City of The Week Factoids - Oxford City of the Week

Congratulations to Port Huron,
You’re the WCSX City of the Week from Monday, February 27th – March 3rd!

Below are some important facts about Port Huron that you can use to pass our Port Huron City of the Week Quiz!

  • The First Fort!

    The French built Fort St. Joseph where Port Huron would later take shape in 1688, 13 years before Fort Pontchartrain (Detroit!)

  • The Road to Port Huron!

    Gratiot Avenue runs from Detroit to Port Huron and was completed by 1836.

  • Light The Bulb!

    World famous inventor Thomas Edison (invented the light bulb, the phonograph, etc.) was raised in Port Huron in the 1850’s.

  • That's a big bridge!

    Port Huron is an International boarder crossing to Canada via the Blue Water Bridge.

  • Sail Away!

    Since 1925, Port Huron has been the starting location of the annual Port Huron to Mackinac sail boat race, the world’s longest continually run long distance fresh water boat race.

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