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April 16, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Bentley creating athletic Hall of Fame

BURTON — Because current Bentley Athletic Director Jeremy Trent previously served as the boy’s varsity basketball head coach, he’s well aware of the tradition involved with the Bulldogs athletic program. More...

Mother’s Day Weekend:

One Mama. One Mission. One Market.

DAVISON -- The vast majority of past and current contenders for The 2015 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Man & Woman of the Year bear names and faces of much recognition from television, as recipients of medical awards, or as campaign organizers More...

Rusty Wright Band releases new CD, plans to hold concert

BURTON – Sadson Music announces the release of “Wonder Man” the fifth album by the Flint-based Rusty Wright Band. More...

Business

Grab a seat at The Beauty Bar

BURTON -- With friends and former co-workers Patricia Jarbeau and Donna Matchett in tow, highly-experienced nail tech Julie Hartwick moved about a mile down Saginaw St. More...

Security CU names Assistant VP, Real Estate and Loss Prevention

FLINT – Flint-based Security Credit Union (SCU) recently promoted Butch King, of Saginaw, to assistant vice president, real estate and loss prevention. King formerly served as the credit union’s loss prevention manager. More...

In brief

RE/MAX agent earns annual sales production award DAVISON — Bethany Brokaw, with RE/ MAX Select, has qualified for the RE/MAX 100 percent Club Award for 2014, which honors successful agents who have earned at least $100,000 in commissions in th More...

Atherton teen actors present The Mousetrap

BURTON — The High School drama students of Atherton will be performing their first production of The Mousetrap at 7 p.m. More...

Sports Update

Lapeer claims all but one title at Lapeer Tennis Quad 1

   Saturday, April 18, 2015, 5:20 p.m. - LAPEER — Kearsley competed at the Lapeer Quad 1 tennis meet today at Lapeer with Lapeer claiming all but one title. Swartz Creek and Carman-Ainsworth were also in the mix. Full Story


News Briefs

Kidney Cancer support group to meet

FLINT. -- The Kidney Cancer Support Group will meet April 22 at 1:30 p.m. at Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute, 302 Kensington Ave. More...

In brief

Open house at St. Thomas More BURTON -- St. Thomas More Academy is having a School Day Open House for Grades K-12 on April 24, at 6456 E. Bristol Rd. in Burton. Come anytime from 8:45 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Join the school for Mass at 8:50 a.m. More...

Viewpoint

Court consolidation plan misrepresents the public

If your neighbor has to declare bankruptcy, should you have to assume his or her debt? Or maybe you should refinance your house and include your neighbor’s mortgage in your new payment. More...

Living

Grand reopening celebration for Longway Planetarium, May 30-31

FLINT — Mission Complete Longway Planetarium will reopen as Michigan’s largest and most modern planetarium with a celebration that’s out of this world on May 30-31. More...

In brief

MCC 5th annual Haiti/MCC benefit concert More...

Auto View

CHRYSLER BRINGS OUT ALFA ROMEO 4C SPIDER

Spring is here and Chrysler Fiat celebrated the season by showing off its new vehicles at the 2015 New York International Auto Show. More...

Sports

Hornets split doubleheader with Goodrich

GOODRICH — The Kearsley baseball team came back from spring break on Monday with a road doubleheader against Goodrich. The Hornets were able to secure the win in the opening contest, 8-2, but fell to the host Martians in the nightcap, 9-3. More...

Lady Hornets split with Martians in softball

GOODRICH — The Kearsley softball team hit the road to Goodrich on Monday and took one of two from the host Martians as Goodrich took the opening contest, 2-1, in 10 innings, and Kearsley racked up a 9-5 victory in the nightcap. More...

Late goal wins for Kearsley soccer

FLINT – Kearsley improved to 2-1-1 on the season with a 3-2 non-conference soccer win over Owosso Monday. More...

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