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October 2, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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NOT AVAILABLE: Mikel Struble was not included as he was absent on interview day. He was busy with Marine sign-up obligations for his passion to serve in the military post-high school. More...

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Living

Vertigo Theatrics to hold Vampire Ball

FLINT — The Haunted Halls of the Historic Masonic Temple shall play host once again to Vertigo Theatrics’ Vampire Ball on Saturday, October 25, 2014 with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. More...

The Whiting to present The Things They Carried

FLINT — In Association with Young Audiences New York, The Whiting is proud to present The Literature to Life ® Presentation of The Things They Carried as part of the Health Plus Education Series on Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. More...

In brief

McLaren to offer free breast screenings FLINT — Many breast cancers can be treated successfully, but the chances for success in treatment are highest when cancers are found early. More...

Sports

Bentley falls in tri-meet, dismantles Southwestern

BURTON — The Lady Bulldogs stumbled against Morrice on Tuesday, 10-25, 14-25, 17-25, and also lost in three sets to Genesee, 12-25, 12-25, 10-25. Taylor Renshaw had three aces while Allison Kelly and Tashira Hall racked up four kills apiece. More...

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Photo courtesy Kearsley athletics

Hornets’ senior Kaitlin Dormire made her college choice official last Friday, inking her national letter-of-intent to play collegiate softball for Cleary University next season. More...

Kearsley-Clio has strong showing at County Invite

FENTON — The Kearsley-Clio co-op swim team finished fifth overall in the team standings with 177 points at the Genesee County Invitational Saturday. Grand Blanc finished first with 616 points. Brandon was second with 302. More...

Burton celebrates royalty with homecoming courts

BURTON — Leaves are turning burnt orange, crimson, and goldenrod. The soft familiar echo of the announcer on loudspeaker at evening football games vibrates through town each weekend. Autumn has truly arrived. More...

Bentley Court

Robert Boyd -- The son of Karen Boyd and the late John Boyd, Robert was featured in last week’s Burton View for his Eagle Scout Project involving the revitalization of Kelly Lake Park. More...

Bendle Court

TARYN GWINN-The daughter of Tammy and Mike Gwinn considers last week’s Homecoming festivities her favorite of all her teen memories at Bendle. More...

Sports Update

Lady Wolverines fall in league play

   Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 8:30 a.m. - BYRON — In a Genesee Area Conference-Blue tri-meet at Byron on Tuesday, Atherton Lost to Webberville 9-25,14-25,18-25 and Byron 12-25),18-25,10-25. Full Story


News Briefs

VFW offering pasties

BURTON — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2777, 2260 Belsay Rd., will hold pastie sales Monday-Friday weekly Pasties from 10:30 a.m-4 p.m. Details: Call 810-743- 4138. — G.G. More...

Mom 2 Mom Sale at Holy Rosary

GENESEE TWP. — Holy Rosary Parish, 5199 Richfield Rd., Flint will hold a Mom 2 Mom Sale on Oct. 18, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Admission is $1 per person, table rental available for $20 per table. More...

IMA Community salute to honor Phil Shaltz

BURTON – The IMA Recreation Association has named Phil Shaltz the IMA’s 2014 Community Salute honoree. The 12th Annual Community Salute will honor Phil Shaltz, President of Shaltz Automation on Oct. 23. More...

Business

Donahue brings experience to C&L Ward

DAVISON TWP. - C&L Ward has announced the addition of a new event marketing manager within their company. David Donahue has been hired into the marketing department as the company’s new Event Marketing Manager. More...

Suicide survivor support advocate named HealthPlus Community Vision Award winner

FLINT – HealthPlus today named Barb Smith the recipient of the company’s 2014 HealthPlus Community Vision Award. More...

MCC to save $1.4 million in interest with bond re-funding

FLINT — Mott Community College (MCC) will maximize taxpayer’s dollars through re-funding of voter-authorized bonds projecting savings of $1.4 million. More...

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