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July 2, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Area officers honored

OKEMOS – Swartz Creek Police Officer Nick Paul and Flint Township Police Officer Mike Schuyler have received the Medal of Honor from the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police. More...

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In brief

Fireworks reminder SWARTZ CREEK – With the 4th of July approaching, city officials are reminding residents of the rules regarding use of pyrotechnics. More...

Viewpoint

There’s a lot in the news, but I don’t want to comment

There’s a lot going on nationally and I have mulled the idea of offering up my opinions on some of the recent headlines which are debatable. More...

Living

A rhyme sublime

Center Stage cast and crew gets ready for ‘Seussical’

SWARTZ CREEK – Everybody has an imagination, says Ginny Redmond, but not everyone has the time or gumption to tap into their fanciful, silly, absurd selves. More...

In brief

Blood pressure checks SWARTZ CREEK – Professional Nursing Services Inc. will offer blood pressure checks from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 2, at the Senior Center. The service is available on alternate Thursdays. – L.R. More...

Business

HealthPlus announces reorganization

FLINT – HealthPlus of Michigan today announced a reorganization of the company’s executive leadership team. More...

Springbrook residents to receive proceeds from lot sales

SWARTZ CREEK – Residents of Springbrook East condominiums say the “nightmare” is finally over. More...

In brief

Department of State offices to be closed for 4th of July holiday LANSING -- Secretary of State Ruth Johnson reminds residents that all offices and the Office of the Great Seal will close July 3 in observance of Independence Day. More...

Supper proceeds to support Morgan scholarships, Lions’ service awards

CLAYTON TOWNSHIP – Bill and Monte Morgan’s footprints are all over the Swartz Creek community. More...

School board to study facilities as deficit looms

SWARTZ CREEK – With another school year’s budget in deficit and enrollment continuing to decline, the Swartz Creek Board of Education may consider consolidating operations into fewer buildings. More...

News

Fat dragon invades Perkins Library

There’s a dragon hanging out at the Swartz Creek Perkins Library. More...

Bus wash on board’s wish list

SWARTZ CREEK – The Board of Education is considering investing about $99,000 in an automated bus washer. More...

Miller Rd. resurfacing project expanded

SWARTZ CREEK – The city will take advantage of some attractive pricing to expand the scope of the Miller Road improvement project. More...

Sports

Area hoops stars at Bruin Classic

FLINT — The annual Bruin Classic All-Star basketball games took place last Friday at Mott Community College’s Ballenger Field House in Flint. More...

Area athletes hit diamond once more at Bruin Classic

FLINT — For the 23rd consecutive year, Flint’s Whaley Park played host to the Bruin Club All-Star Classic, a high school All- Star game comprised of area seniors in both baseball and softball. More...

Mancour champ ties Elks record

GRAND BLANC TWP. – Joe Montpas tied a 9-hole course record on the back side and pulled away to a 10-stroke victory in the Mancour Cup golf tournament Tuesday at the Flint Elks Club. More...

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Sophisticated Sophomore

ALL-NEW 2016 CHEVROLET CRUZE

Chevrolet last week introduced the all-new 2016 Cruze – a larger and lighter, more efficient and more sophisticated evolution of the brand’s best-selling global car. More...

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