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September 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Golf classic

The Hurley Trauma Center Golf Classic was held at the Flint Golf Club, Sept. 8. From left, Dr. Michael McCann, Dr. P.C. Shetty, Melany Gavulic and Dr. Khalid M. Ahmed. More...

I-69 Thumb Regional Summit on tap Sept. 18

FLINT — Talent, industry trends, regional projects and opportunities will be highlighted as the I-69 Thumb Region hosts its 2014 Regional Summit. The event takes place on Sept. 18 from 7:30-11:30 a.m. More...

In brief

Speakers available from Flint & Genesee Chamber FLINT — The Speakers Bureau is one of the key services that the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce offers to the Flint & Genesee region. More...

Living

Vietnam veteran’s home transformed by Home Depot, VFW

DAVISON TWP. -- Store volunteers from The Home Depot, 4245 E. Court St., in Burton, recently partnered with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4139 in Lapeer to provide safe housing for a local Vietnam veteran. More...

The Pavilion opens FYT’s 2014-15 Off the Press Season

FLINT — Flint Youth Theatre’s staged reading of The Pavilion by Craig Wright will be performed Sept. 21 at 6 P.M. More...

In brief

Genesys physician presents talk on atrial fibrillation GENESEE COUNTY — Atrial fibrillation (AFib), the most common sustained abnormal heart rhythm, affects more than five million Americans, and that number is projected to increase dramaticall More...

This walk is for the dogs

Dog owners and their furry friends took part in the 6th Annual Davison Dog Walk, Sept. 14, at the Jack Abernathy Regional Park in Davison. More...

Manley clarifies boundaries of 67th District Court seat

DAVISON — Attorney Jennifer Manley wants voters to know Davison is not the only community covered by the 67th District Court seat she is vying for in the Nov. 4 general election. More...

Sports Update

Davison girls golf wins own invite on Friday

Davison football loses to Powers

   Saturday, September 20, 2014, 3 p.m. - DAVISON — The Davison girls golf team, ranked No. 2 in Div. 1, won its own invitational on Friday. Kamryn Johnston was low medalist with an 80. Full Story


News

From vision to reality

DDA now looking for developer for downtown project

DAVISON — A plan laid out last month by the Davison Downtown Development Authority (DDA) for the city council which could bring a mix of commercial and residential development to downtown Davison now just needs a developer to make it come true. More...

M- 15 public meeting scheduled in Davison

DAVISON — The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) invites the public to attend an informational open house Sept. 23 from 3-6 p.m. regarding proposed improvements on M-15 in the city of Davison. More...

Police Blotter

Vandals damage DHS roof DAVISON TWP. — Unknown suspects gained access to the roof of Davison High School, 1250 N. Oak Rd., and damaged PCV piping, rubber roofing and two storm grates sometime around Sept. 8. Police are investigating. More...

Viewpoint

The VIEW from here

In search of my desktop ...

O(Reprint from a previous column) K, I’ll admit it, I’m a slob. I never used to be, probably because I was raised by a mother who kept a very clean and tidy house. More...

I Chews the Blues deserves thanks

Outreach East would like to thank Marguerite King-Goodall, Event Coordinator of the annual “I Chews the Blues” Festival and her wonderful volunteers for raising $2,108.48 for Outreach East at the Festival that took place Aug. 2. More...

Super Hero Fun Run scheduled Sept. 20

FLINT — Hundreds of people, young and old, will dress up like superheroes for The 4th Annual Super Hero Fun Run on Sept. 20 in downtown Flint. More...

Sports

Cards drop match to Lapeer

DAVISON — The Davison volleyball team dropped a 15-25, 18-25, 11-25 decision to Lapeer Tuesday. Davison trailed just 13-9 early in set one before the Lightning took control. It was a theme that would repeat itself throughout the night. More...

Cards rebound to dominate BC Central

BAY CITY — The Davison boys’ soccer team hasn’t had the easiest time so far this season, but on the road on Monday, the Cardinals may have turned things around. More...

Roundup

CROSS COUNTRY More...

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