It’s official: I’m on the naughty list

The VIEW from here

Recently I was alone in the office waiting on walk-in traffic when I was paid a visit by the Big Guy himself. You know who I’m talking about — Father Christmas, Old St. Nick, Santa Claus, in the flesh. He came in leisurely dressed in a red outfit, not his typical white fur lined get-up, white hair, round spectacles and […]

Letters to the editor

Mayor has an agenda for Main Street, DDA I attended the Davison City Council meeting on Dec. 14 and spoke of getting on the DDA. For those of you that were there or those that weren’t my name is Cheri and I have lived and worked in Davison now going on 20 years. I do work downtown at Main Street […]

Davison hockey collides with state powers

DETROIT — The Cardinals’ hockey team, after getting off to an undefeated start to the season, ran into tough competition last weekend after going headto head with Novi and Clarkston. Despite being handed two tough losses, the Cardinals came away knowing the team had played strong hockey in at least one of the two games. Davison was hanging tough against […]

Trio of Davison grads excel on collegiate mats

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DAVISON — 2005 Davison grads Brent Metcalf and Trevor Perry and 2006 grad Jon Reader are excelling on the mats at the collegiate level. The trio are all ranked in the top 25 of the nation and are leading their teams into the conference season. Metcalf, four-time state champion in high school, is ranked number one in the nation at […]

Tale of two teams

Flint Powers too tough for Davison boys, but girls’ squad puts away win in second half

FLINT — There likely were several key words written on the white board in the Davison boys’ basketball locker room last week as it prepared to take on defending Class B champs Flint Powers last Friday. The names of Powers’ top two players, Patrick Lucas-Perry and DeMarco Sanders, were probably underlined in red or blue, but more prominent were key […]

Sports Shorts

Tell us a tale DAVISON — With a limited number of winter sports on the high school scene, the Index is looking for intersting stories on coaches, volunteers, or young athletes who maybe haven’t reached the high school level. Everyone has a story, so send in details or ideas to Spor ts Editor Lisa Paine at lpaine@ or call […]

Goodrich three-peats at annual County Meet


DAVISON — The Goodrich wrestling team beat out 27 other teams at the annual Genesee County Meet at Davison last Saturday, picking up its third straight County title. Locally, Imlay City, Lapeer East, LakeVille and North Branch competed in the meet that included Birch Run, Clio, Durand, Flint Beecher, Flint Kearsley, Flint Southwestern, Frankenmuth, Grand Blanc, Lake Fenton, Linden, Montrose, […]

Dear Santa …

Sports VIEW

So, your son/daughter wants a horse for Christmas, eh? Oh, my mistake, YOU want a horse for Christmas. Well, first you have to ask yourself some key questions before you can satisfy that whim. 1. Do you have proper pasture area for a horse? 2. Do you meet your city/township land requirements for a horse? 3. Do you have proper […]

Fitting all the pieces together

Fat Guy’s Corner

The NFL football season is down to two weeks, and playoff spots are on the line. I am not going into all the scenarios because it would take three articles to figure them all out. Here is what I do know for sure. The Saints and the chase for perfection ended Saturday night with a loss to the Dallas Cowboys. […]

Generals down Mallards in extra-session

FLINT — After starting the weekend in less than perfect fashion, the International Hockey League’s Flint Generals (8-16-1-2) managed to go out with a bang, clawing their way to victory in what was their third game in just as many days. Last Sunday, the Generals hosted the Quad City Mallards, coming back from a 5-1 first-period deficit to win, 6-5, […]