2010-09-23

Youth, disabled vets to enjoy special hunts

Outdoors


STATEWIDE – One season down, several to go, as the state’s early antlerless firearm season ended on Sept. 19. However, Tuesday, Sept. 21 through Friday, Sept. 24, youth ages 10-16 are allowed to hunt antlerless deer only in Deer Management Units 486 (southeastern Michigan) and 041 (Kent County). The bag limit is one antlerless deer per antlerless license. Deer Management […]

Business Briefs



GVC offers holiday gift wrapping program for local nonprofits FLINT TWP. — As Genesee Valley Center gets ready for the bustling holiday season, the mall invites local non-profit organizations to share in a little of the cheer. Local 501(c)3 organizations can sign up for a special program to earn money by having volunteer’s gift wrap customer purchases. The program gives […]

Township accepts 50/50 funds from Grand Blanc Twp.




FLINT TWP. — Flint Township Board of Trustees unanimously voted to accept $13,790 in 50/50 funds from Grand Blanc Township for its upcoming Dye Road project. Supervisor Karyn Miller brought the issue to the board, saying Grand Blanc Township would not be able to use the funds by Oct. 1, allowing Flint Township to use them. The funds from Grand […]

OUTDOOR CALENDAR



SEPT. 10-OCT. 26 Bear hunting season in Upper Peninsula and North Baldwin BMU. Consult DNRE guide for specifics. SEPT. 15-NOV. 14 Fall wild turkey hunting season for permit holders. SEPT. 17-OCT. 26 Bear hunting season in Lower Peninsula. Consult DNRE guide for specifics. SEPT. 25-26 Youth and Disabled Veterans deer hunting season. OCT. 1 Recreation Passport available to MIchigan residents […]

Computer Doctors expands into Swartz Creek




SWARTZ CREEK — While most 20-year-old college students are busy studying or trying to find jobs as they contemplate what they want to do with their life, one 20-year-old Genesee County native is running his own business. Ryan L. Everson, a 2008 Davison High School graduate, was always fascinated with computers and business, and while in high school, the selftaught […]

TIMOTHY LEE IDALSKI, 55, of Flushing,



TIMOTHY LEE IDALSKI, 55, of Flushing, died on Sunday, September 19, 2010. Timothy was born July 3, 1955 in Alpena the son of Gerald and Donalee (Hines) Idalski. He married Stephanie A. Elmore on October 22, 1983. He retired from the Flint Police Department and was currently working part-time for the U of M Police Department and Swartz Creek Police […]

Letters to the editor



Baker College electronic technology program granted accreditation FLINT — The Baker College of Flint associate degree program in electronic technology has been accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and technology. ABET accreditation demonstrates a program’s commitment to providing its students with a quality education. […]