2021-08-26 E-Edition

Hundreds of parents join Republican party to protest mask mandate



FLINT — Amy Roulleau has dedicated her life to protecting children, and she says she sees a lot of red flags in the current mask mandates for COVID-19. Roulleau, of Swartz Creek, was among about 500 people who joined the Republican Party at the Genesee County Administration Building on Wednesday, Aug. 18, to protest the mandate for school children. “I’ve […]

Back to the Bricks kicks off at Factory One

Dr. Bobby Mukkamala named grand marshal of this year’s event


FLINT — At what is considered the birthplace of the automobile industry in Flint, Back to the Bricks launched its 17th annual event, Aug. 18. The ribbon cutting which started last week’s Back to the Bricks events was held at Factory One, 303 W. Water St., the location of the first automotive factory in the Flint area. Constructed in 1881 […]

Japanese garden under construction at Mundy Miracle Commons



MUNDY TWP. — From the beginning, the Mundy Township Parks and Recreation Committee envisioned Mundy Miracle Commons as a place to play and dream and refresh one’s soul. With that mission in mind, township Supervisor Tonya Ketzler has crafted a plan to install a Japanese garden at the 100-acre park located at 1286 W. Hill Road. “This will be my […]

Cruisers, community ‘Roll On In’ to Back to the Bricks event at GBHS



GRAND BLANC — Mike and Janette Rauch usually watch the Back to the Bricks classic car cruise from Hill and Saginaw roads, but the inaugural Roll On In brought them into downtown Grand Blanc on Wednesday, Aug. 18. “This is better,” Janette Rauch said. “It’s fun here. We would have been here anyway, but this is an added bonus.” Leigh […]

Bobcat Volleyball team preps for season with 6 new, 6 returning players

GRAND BLANC — The Grand Blanc Varsity fans will see six girls returning from the 2020 Regional Champs & State Quarterfinal team, and six new competitors have been added to the roster; giving the seasoned core group of players the opportunity to teach and mentor the new younger athletes joining them. The only junior returner is last year’s SVL MVP, […]

DHS Class of 1981 planning events for 40-year reunion

DAVISON — The Davison High School Class of 1981 will hold several events as part of its 40-Year Class Reunion, Oct. 1-2. On Friday, Oct. 1 there will be an Alumni Tent set up along Clark Street, just west of Thomson Kindergarten, starting at 4 p.m. for the Homecoming Football Game against Saginaw Heritage. There will be Davison Home Bakery […]

Davison Farmers Market Autumn Craft Show

DAVISON TWP. — On Aug. 28, Davison Farmers Market will be having an “End of Summer Craft Show.” Local crafters and artisans, both inside and outside the market will begin featuring the best of their fall décor to usher in the most colorful season of the year. Farmers and vendors will be harvesting the remainder of their crops and featuring […]

Coach, wrestling Hall of Famer Roy Hall leaving Davison to quietly finish out his career

Editor’s note: Story courtesy of Davison Community Schools DAVISON — During his 26-year career with Davison Community Schools, Roy Hall has spent more than his fair share of time in the spotlight. An inductee in the Michigan chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, Hall led Davison to seven state championships, six second place finishes to the state title […]

In brief

VFW to hold meat loaf dinner, Sept. 1 DAVISON TWP. — On Sept. 1, the Davison VFW Auxiliary will be having an All You Can Eat Meat Loaf Dinner for $8. Children 10 and under eat free. The dinner will include meat loaf, mashed potatoes, salad, vegetable and desert. The dinner will be from 4-7 p.m. and you can dine […]