2021-05-20 E-Edition

Sloan Museum: Exploring the Final Frontier

Sloan Museum at Courtland Center mall is celebrating space travel and technology with Above and Beyond, an interactive exhibit that explores innovations in aerospace. Visitors can view the latest advancements in space aviation and explore the galaxy with hands-on activities, such as testing and racing supersonic fighter jets, riding a simulated space elevator to the edge of the universe or […]

Kindle named as GISD’s next associate superintendent

FLINT TWP. — Carman Ainsworth Superintendent Eddie Kindle has been announced as the Genesee Intermediate School District’s (GISD) next associate superintendent. Kindle is succeeding GISD’s current Associate Superintendent Steve Tunnicliff, who will be assuming the GISD superintendent position following the retirement of current GISD Superintendent Lisa Hagel in July. A thorough application and review process was launched for the associate […]

GBHS boys track places third at Davison meet, defeats Powers at Lapeer

GRAND BLANC — The Grand Blanc Boys Track and Field Team earned the third-place trophy scoring 77 points in the 13 team field at the Davison Twilight Classic track & Field invitational, May 14. The Young Bobcat team performed well showing improvement and potential for the future. Many athletes on the GB squad dropped times and set personal bests for […]

Zielinski moves practice to Grand Blanc

GRAND BLANC Though he has decades of experience in both family and integrative medicine, Dr. Michael Zielinski still knows what it feels like to be the new guy. Having recently moved his practice to Grand Blanc, Zielinski and the team at Integrative Family Medicine & Urgent Care opened their doors to the public on Monday, welcoming new patients and heralding […]

Grand Blanc man faces seven additional CSC charges

GRAND BLANC — A Grand Blanc man is facing several more criminal sexual conduct (CSC) charges four weeks after he was arrested by the Genesee Human Oppression Strike Team (GHOST). Tabori Ellison, 46, is behind bars for allegedly sending graphic pictures of himself to a GHOST operative posing as a 15-year-old. Following his arrest by GHOST, Ellison was charged with […]

Board approves streetlight request on Rondale; some residents protest



GRAND BLANC TWP. — Robert Labranche enjoys gazing through his telescope on a clear night, but he’s concerned that “light pollution” will spoil his pastime. Labranche was one of a few residents of Rondale Drive who appeared before the Grand Blanc Township Board of Trustees on Tuesday, May 11, to protest the proposed installation of streetlights along the roadway. “We’re […]

Grand Blanc council approves new fire pit, open burn ordinance



GRAND BLANC — A new ordinance regulating open burning is set to take effect June 1 in the City of Grand Blanc. “We hadn’t had anything like this before,” said City Manager Wendy Jean-Buhrer. “It sort of clarifies some of the issues we thought we needed to address, and that our fire chief thought we needed to address.” The main […]

Yarlagadda achieves Presidential Scholars distinction

GRAND BLANC — Grand Blanc High School senior Shriya Yarlagadda has been named one of 161 U.S. Presidential Scholars. U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona announced the 57th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars on Thursday, May 13. The program recognizes high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education fields. Yarlagadda is one […]

Journey Ministries hopes to build worship, community center



DAVISON — After 16 years in the community without a true home, Journey Ministries is hoping it can finally plant roots with a worship and community center on Main Street. Pastor David Weir and Dr. Mike Dell, chairman of the board at Journey Ministries, came to the Davison City Council May 10 to seek input from officials on whether the […]