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McLaren welcomes navigator for oncology FLINT – Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Flint welcomes patient navigator Kari Wanless, RN. In this role, she serves as a resource for all cancer patients and is an integral part of the Comprehensive Breast Program. “I look forward to being a source of support and a helpful resource for those diagnosed with breast cancer,” […]

Grow your wardrobe and your brand

Anyone who knew my grandpa (former County Press editor Jim Fitzgerald) knew he was a wise man. He was a talented editor and columnist and a pretty well-liked guy. But the more I think about some of the things he said to me over the years, the more I realize he was also a brand expert. Long a slave to […]

Attorney to address ‘3 big lies about Medicaid eligibility’

FLINT — Attorney Michael E. Thomas has a passion for helping people navigate through obtaining Medicaid eligibility for long-term nursing home benefits. Toward that end, Thomas will head up a seminar on how people can obtain Medicaid benefits while keeping their property, their assets and the wealth they worked their entire lives to build. Although many have lost everything because […]

Sloan Museum presents interactive programs on nocturnal animals

The Sloan Museum will present three interactive programs exploring “life after dark” in the animal kingdom beginning in November as part of their Explore series. First, at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, “Night Creatures” will offer children and adults a chance to encounter nocturnal animals up close. A representative from the Organization for Bat Conservation will be present to with […]

Welcome to Enchanted Forest

The second annual Enchanted Forest event was held at For-Mar Preserve and Arboretum, located at 2142 N. Genesee Rd. in Burton, on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 6-8 p.m. Many attendees of the event came out in costume. Cindy Cheek showed up as a pirate, with Logan Payton as Rupunzel, Kane Payton as Flynn Rider and Nicole Payton as Mother Gothel. […]

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Christmas concert tickets now on sale FLINT TWP. — Tickets are now on sale for the Celebrate Christmas Tour with Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey, a concert presented at 7 p.m. on December 8 at the Central Church of the Nazarene.1261 W. Bristol Road. Grant is a four-time Grammy nominee and five-time Dove Award-winning Female Vocalist of the Year. She […]

Koegel resigns from MCC Board

FLINT — Mott Community College (MCC) Trustee Albert Koegel resigned from the Board, effective immediately. A deeply respected leader on the campus, Koegel announced his resignation at the Board’s Oct. 24 meeting. He has served the College as a Trustee for 25 years. In his resignation letter, Koegel thanked his fellow Board members for the opportunity to “make acquaintances into […]

Cavaliers opened district play against St. Johns

FLINT – Carman-Ainsworth, 5-23, opened district tournament play against St. Johns in one semifinal match Wednesday. Flushing, 28-19-1, faced Swartz Creek, 4-7-1, in the other semifinal match Wednesday. The Raiders moved into the semifinals by defeating Owosso in the only opening round match of the tournament Monday. The winners of those two matches will meet for the district title in […]

Cavs’ boys, girls place 13th at regionals

BAY CITY – Carman-Ainsworth’s boys’ and girls’ teams finished Saturday’s regional at Delta College in 13th place overall with the boys tallying 406 and the girls 401. The top three teams and top 15 individuals move on to Saturday’s state meet at Michigan International Speedway. Mikaiah Holbrook set the pace for the girls in 77th in 24:37.90, Rayven Brantley was […]


VOLLEYBALL The Cavaliers went 1-2 at their own quad tournament Saturday. Morgan Sherrer had 44 digs. Diamond Lester added 35 points, 20 digs and 15 kills. Lauryn Bissonette chipped in 15 kills and 14 digs and Angel Eubanks had seven kills and six blocks. – K.W. Sports Shorts Local inducted in PGA Hall of Fame Steve Braun was one of […]