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October 30, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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In brief

School board aids injured teen SWARTZ CREEK – Board of Education members are pitching in to help a teen critically injured when a van struck her as she walked to school Oct. 17. More...

Viewpoint

Halloween, my favorite time of year

I’m a Halloween fanatic. I have always loved this time of year, maybe even more than Christmas, because there’s just something about jack-o-lanterns, black cats and witches I find to be a lot of fun. More...

Living

Reforestation continues at Elms Park

SWARTZ CREEK – Things are looking up at Elms Park, where city crews are planting more trees acquired through Keep Genesee County Beautiful grants. More...

In brief

Meet the chorus SWARTZ CREEK – Meet the Middle School chorus and hear them sing at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at the Performing Arts Center. Tickets cost $2. Call 591-1948 for details. – L.R. Haunted tunnel More...

Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT —The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint will feature Devil’s Night with Avatar, Oct. 30, with special guests GivenSix and After the Minor. Tickets are $10 in advance. On Halloween, Oct. More...

Business

Demolition underway

SWARTZ CREEK – Demolition is well underway at the GM plant once known as Otterburn. More...

In brief

Sybyl Award nominees named More...

Pot shop a no go

Petitioner withdraws request, council approves moratorium

SWARTZ CREEK – A proposed medical marijuana dispensary is off the table and the City Council won’t consider any more pot shop proposals for a while. More...

Li’l punkin

Tre’styn Harris, 6 months, of Swartz Creek, was too little to do the limbo or play the games but he seemed to be enjoying all the music and activity at the annual Monster Mash on Friday at Mary Crapo. More...

News

School financial outlook improving

SWARTZ CREEK – Little by little, the school district’s bottom line continues to improve, according to auditors. More...

Shocking

Corn shocks, hay and upcycled burlap were just some of the odds and ends that a creative bunch of local folks used to build the scarecrows that are standing sentry on the streets of Swartz Creek this year. More...

Teen charged in break-in

CLAYTON TOWNSHIP – A 16-year-old Clayton Township youth could face up to three counts of breaking and entering a business. Authorities allege the teen pried open a door to enter the business on Sheridan near Miller on Oct. 6. More...

Sports

Lady Dragons look to go far in districts

SWARTZ CREEK – A strong tournament schedule has set the Swartz Creek volleyball team up for success that it hopes to carry forward into district play that begins Monday. Swartz Creek hosts the No. More...

Dragon boys, girls 12th at regionals

BAY CITY — The Swartz Creek boys finished 12th with 362 points at the Division 1 regional cross country meet Saturday at Delta College. Evan Taylor finished 64th in 17:42.89 and Bradley Gilson was 68th in 18:26.69. More...

Sports Shorts

Gwillim traded to Muskegon SWARTZ CREEK – Jacob Gwillim, a Swartz Creek native and goalie for the Johnstown Tomahawks was traded last week to the Muskegon Lumberjacks. The trade included exchange for future considerations. More...

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