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Hansen Funeral Home Community Appreciation More...

Business

MMA leader talks about Proposal One

GENESEE COUNTY — Many local business leaders are awaiting the outcome of next week’s ballot measure which might prove a valuable asset to businesses across the state. More...

In brief

Caring Community Credit Unions fight hunger More...

HealthPlus seeks nominations for community award

FLINT — HealthPlus is accepting nominations for its second annual HealthPlus Community Vision Award. More...

Sports

Davison bowler wins Junior Gold nationals

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Tylor Greene had been trying for five years to win the United States Bowling Congress Junior Gold National Championships. Once the Davison native broke through, he freight-trained the competition. More...

Imlay City Shootout not about winning for Cardinal hoopsters

IMLAY CITY — Davison won all three of its games at Imlay City’s Spartan Shootout last Wednesday. But winning those three games wasn’t that important for coach Robert Hatten. More...

Creek, Davison golfers win Braun Cup

GRAND BLANC – Two Flint Junior Golf Association players won the inaugural Steve Braun Cup season points race in vastly different ways Monday. More...

Committee still considering how chief vacancy to be filled

DAVISON — Lt. Don Harris will take over as interim police chief when Bill Brandon retires Aug. 15, but the city council is still debating how it will permanently fill the vacancy. More...

“I Chews the Blues” at Mojoes on Aug. 2

RICHFIELD TWP. — If you’re looking for some good ol’ Blues music this weekend, then look no further than the annual I Chews the Blues fest at MoJoe’s Wing House, 4300 N. State Rd., Aug. 2. More...

Sports Update

Strikezone Foutch falls

   Thursday, July 31, 2014, 10:22 a.m. Full Story


News

Remembering those lost

During the Davison Middle School eighth grade field trip to Washington D.C., students placed a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery. More...

Woman charged with attempted murder of husband

DAVISON — A 50-year-old man was allegedly stabbed in the chest by his wife, July 26, while he slept in his bed, leaving him in stable condition. More...

Teen talks of trip to Australia

DAVISON — Local teen Anah Salgat spent nearly a month this summer in Australia learning about the culture, the landscape, and herself as part of the People to People Teen Ambassador Program. More...

Viewpoint

The VIEW from here

So many vanity plates, so little space

I ’ve been writing about vanity license plates for the better part of six years now. It is a fun diversion from the daily grind and it is apparently something very well read. More...

Living

Sout to Soul Singing

Harwell and daughter share the Blues

DAVISON — Resident Bill Harwell is proud of his roots, his cohesive band, and his daughter who has increased her presence on stage, sharing soulful harmony with her father as part of the blues outfit, The Big Bill Harwell Band. More...

In brief

The People’s Jazz Band performing free concert GRAND BLANC — The People’s Jazz Band, a 15-piece big band, from Flint, is playing a free concert at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, G-9020 S. Saginaw Rd., Aug. 8 at 7:30 p.m. More...

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Russellville Ballroom was once a hot spot for nightlife

RICHFIELD TWP. — For decades the Russellville Ballroom was the place to go for a night on the town. More...

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