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March 5, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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5th Annual Race2Grace coming

BURTON — On Saturday May 16 Faithway School will host its 5th Annual Race2Grace 5K Run/Walk, 1-mile walk/run, and Kids Fun Run to raise scholarship funds for families in need of financial assistance to attend the school that “feels like h More...

Rep. Smiley invites residents to coffee hour

BURTON – State Representative Charles Smiley (D-Burton) invites residents to join him for coffee to discuss their thoughts and ideas about improving state government. In March, he will be joined by Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich (D-Flint). More...

Michigan DNR appeals federal court’s wolf decision

WASHINGTON, D.C. More...

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Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT —The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint will feature It Lies Within with special guests Conquer Divide, Meridians, After the Minor, Final Confession and Our Vices, March 7. More...

Business

Business bonus

At the Grand Blanc Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Friday Fun Fix networking luncheon, Barb Smith, coordinator of the FISH food and clothing assistance program, was the lucky recipient of $100 from the proceeds of the event to help underprivilege More...

Kroger Kicks Off Easter Seals Michigan campaign

GENESEE COUNTY – A little spare change can go a long way to help Michigan residents with disabilities. More...

In brief

Flint Camper & RV Show at Perani Arena FLINT —The Michigan Association of Recreation Vehicles and Campgrounds (MARVAC) is sponsoring the 38th Annual Flint Camper & RV Show, March 19-22, 2015, at the Perani Arena & Event Center (loc More...

Sports Update

Bentley girls fall to Hamady in district semis

Grand Blanc hockey awaits winner of KBH vs. Alliance

   Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 7:15 p.m. — BURTON — The Bentley girls' basketball team lost its district semifinal game against Hamady 69-29 at Bendle tonight.  Atherton 17, Beecher 67Genesee Christian 59, IAF 18 Full Story


News Briefs

In brief

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. Fish Fry at the VFW More...

Viewpoint

Feeling like the wolves are surrounding us

As a kid I think one of my biggest fears was the threat of nuclear war. I grew up during the Cold War era and reached adulthood not long before the fall of Communism in the former Soviet Union. After the Berlin Wall fell, my fears were put at ease. More...

Living

This is no dream, this is really happening! Vintage mall owner to be first time film director

BURTON -- Doorways abound and transport visitors to a multitude of exotic and rare worlds filled with treasures within the vast interior of Collette’s Vintage, yet one unassuming and private door on the far left side of the building may be the More...

Local universities and colleges support community recycling through competition

GENESEE COUNTY — The City of Flint supports the sixth annual local college Recycling Challenge. More...

In brief

Catholic Charities Is Ready For St. Patrick’s Day! FLINT – Catholic Charities will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with their St. Patrick’s Day Box Lunch Sale, March 17. More...

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DODGE ‘SHAKES’ UP MUSCLE CAR LINEUP

Dodge has put some muscle into its lineup with the return of “Shaker” muscle car models. More...

Sports

Field trimmed in girls’ hoops districts

At Kearsley Carman-Ainsworth rolled to a 71-41 win over Swartz Creek Monday in the district opener to move on to the semifinals against Lapeer at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The Lightning won both regular season matchups of the two teams. More...

KBH hockey playoffs rescheduled

FLINT — The Kearsley/Brandon/Holly varsity hockey team was ready, willing and able to start the 2014-15 pre-regionals on Tuesday at Perani Arena against the LakeVille/Goodrich/ North Branch/Dryden/Imlay City Alliance. More...

Hornets drop close match in quarterfinals

BATTLE CREEK — The Kearsley wrestling team made the trek over to Battle Creek’s Kellogg Arena for the team state finals, which the Hornets were eliminated from in the quarterfinals on Friday by Gaylord, 36-32. More...

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