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July 24, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Candidates to face off in primary election, Aug. 5

Here’s a look at some of the other races appearing on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot: Michigan State Senate, 26th District Incumbent David B. Robertson (R-Grand Blanc) is no longer opposed in the Republican primary Aug. More...

Living

Pirate invasion

Kearsley Park Players present “Pirates of Penzance” at Crossroads Village, Kearsley Park

FLINT — Flint’s Kearsley Park Players take to the stage again in the Gilbert & Sullivan musical classic “Pirates of Penzance”. More...

Flint’s toughest trivia hosted by UM-Flint Alumni Society event seeks alumni and community members for trivia night

BURTON – Trivia enthusiasts are invited to join the fun at the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) Alumni Society’s trivia challenge. More...

In brief

Area women invited to “Paddle, Picnic and Peeps” event FLUSHING — Area women are invited to join Camo and Lace for “Paddle, Picnic and Peeps”, on Aug. 16 starting at 9 a.m. More...

Sports

Flushing golfers sweep Mallon Cup titles

FLINT – Two young Flushing High players swept the Mallon Cup Challenge on Monday at Flint Golf Club. More...

Durand grad Roddy hired to coach Bentley wrestling

BURTON – Three down, one to go. That’s how many coaching vacancies remain at Bentley High School after Jeremy Trent took over in June and made sweeping changes to the varsity coaching lineups. More...

Three-peat in Genesee Ladies Classic

GRAND BLANC – Lindsey McPherson won her third straight championship in the fourth annual Genesee Ladies Classic golf invitational, shooting 71-74-145 in the 36-hole event June 27-28 at Flint Elks Club. More...

Group to protest Animal Control

GENESEE COUNTY — Local animal volunteers are planning a peaceful protest outside the Genesee County Court House in the hopes that their passionate pleas through strength in numbers resonate with fellow community residents, as well as public off More...

Curtis, Wells vie for 3rd District County Commission

BURTON – On Aug. 5, voters will go to the polls to decide if incumbent County Commissioner Jamie W. Curtis will retain his seat, or if City Councilman Danny Wells will oust him from his position. More...

News Briefs

Eagles to hold 9th Annual Softball Tournament

BURTON – The 9th Annual Willie Goss Co-Ed Softball Tournament will be held at Burton Eagles July 25-27. All proceeds go to the U of M Alzheimer’s research team. 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...

Free concert at Burton library

BURTON — Jazz artist, Sean Dobbins, will give a free outdoor concert at the Genesee- Johnson Library on July 29 at 6 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy the evening. Light refreshments will be served. More...

Business

Belle Tire moves to Miller Road

FLINT TWP. – Belle Tire has a new location at 4545 Miller Road in Flint that features a renovated in-store design. More...

McLaren welcomes interventional cardiologist

FLINT — Omar Kashlan, MD, a board certified interventional cardiologist, has joined the medical staff at McLaren Flint. Dr. Kashlan is seeing patients at Cardiology Consultants of East Michigan, 2222 South Linden Road, Suite A, Flint. More...

In brief

Yeo & Yeo celebrates 30 years in IT SAGINAW — Yeo & Yeo Computer Consulting, an affiliate of Yeo & Yeo CPAs & Business Consultants, celebrates 30 years in information technology. More...

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