Shalhoub packs auditorium at MCC for lecture




FLINT — Tony Shalhoub of TV’s Monk fame said he never set out to be on television. “I always felt that I had this mechanism inside me — maybe it was the product of being the second youngest of 10 children — of being on the bottom,” said Shaloub on April 8. “I always liked that feeling of being third […]

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Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT — The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, will present Kid Rock — Private Invitation Only Event, part of the Jim Beam Live Music Series, April 16. No tickets will be sold, this is an invitation only event. On April 22, the Russel Wayne Project will debut the EP release of […]

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Old Newsboys to partner with Genesee County Fair FLINT— The Old Newsboys of Flint are partnering with the Genesee County Fair to encourage family fun for a good cause. The Genesee County Fair, running Aug. 15–21, have made available their Genesee County Fun Fair Pass which provides admission to the Fair all week and premium seating to all Grand Stand […]

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CARDS AND GAMES EVERY 3RD FRIDAY Euchre tournament hosted by the Swartz Creek Knights of Columbus at St. Mary’s Church Hall, 4413 Morrish Rd., Swartz Creek. Registration begins at 6:30 p.m. and play begins at 7 p.m. Cost is $5. Details: 810-635-3684. CHURCH TUESDAYS Knit/Crochet Out of Love (KOOL) ministry meeting from 6:30- 8:30 p.m. in room 219 of Grand […]

Cavaliers battle hard in season opener




FLINT TWP. — The Carman- Ainsworth varsity baseball team proved it wasn’t going out without a fight this year in Tuesday’s season opener, forcing Linden into an extrainnings affair that ended after nine innings in a 7-4 defeat. In a contest that was back-andforth throughout, the Cavaliers had worked their way to a 2-1 lead through five innings of play […]

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Baker College runners come out on top DEARBORN — Five employees of Baker College won the Invasion of the Martians Marathon Relay on April 2, beating 19 other teams. The five legs varied in length from 4.5 to 5.6 miles. Baker won with a 3:21:20 for the 26.2-mile course. Bradford United was second behind Baker trailing by 17 minutes, 9 […]

Cavaliers open season with a loss

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FLINT — The Carman-Ainsworth girls’ soccer team opened the season against Lapeer East on Tuesday at home. The game did not go as planned for the Cavs, as they fell, 6-0. The early season rust was evident as the Eagles scored three goals in the first half and led, 3-0, at the half. They added three more goals in the […]

Fundraiser brings Lloyd Carr to Genesee County




GRAND BLANC — Since retiring from the University of Michigan football program in January 2008, former head coach Lloyd Carr and his wife Laurie have been helping raise funds for the brand-new 1.1 million square foot C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital scheduled to open in November on the U-of-M campus. While this journey has taken the pair across the country and […]

Big Nine to join Saginaw Valley 2012-13




FREELAND — Long regarded as one of the top athletic conferences in Mid-Michigan, the Big Nine Conference will disband, pending approval from the four remaining Big Nine athletic directors. The Saginaw Valley announced Tuesday that all four Big Nine schools—Davison, Carman-Ainsworth, Flushing and Flint Powers Catholic—were accepted into the Saginaw Valley Conference, effective the 2012-13 school year. The Saginaw Valley […]

Carman-Ainsworth hockey wins first alumni battle




FLINT — Area high school alumni hockey teams continue to find time to reunite for bragging rights, fundraising, and just plain old fun. This time around Flint Iceland Arenas played host to Linden, Davison, Flushing and Carman-Ainsworth teams on March 25-27. Jon Jepson, Flushing/Carman- Ainsworth varsity high school coach and General Manager at Iceland Arenas said the first-time tournament went […]