New salon holding Back-To-School Promotion

FLINT TWP. — To back-to-school shopping lists for new shoes, clothing and book bags, the Great Clips hair salon adds new haircut. New in town for this year’s back-to-school shopping rush, the hair salon at 4455 Corunna Road is introducing itself to the community with a flurry of coupons and promotions. A team of salon stylists recently visited several daycare […]

Sports Shorts

Super Shootout on the ticket CLIO — Racing fans will want to mark their calendars for the Must See Racing Super Shootout Friday, Aug. 24 at Auto City Speedway in Clio. The V-8 Figure eights, which have never been in Michigan before, the super modifieds and regular modifieds will be on the schedule. Adult tickets are $22 and kids 12-and-under […]

In brief

Regional Chamber selected to lead countywide initiative GENESEE COUNTY — The Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce has been selected to lead a countywide Service Center serving as a center of excellence that builds efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction through shared public service delivery. At the request of the Regional Leadership Council, a board comprised of 45 businesses, educational institutions and […]

Carmen-Ainsworth goalie Andrew Ramirez leaps for corner kick

Hurley Medical Center re-elects board officers

FLINT — At their annual meeting on July 25, the Hurley Board of Managers re-elected the following slate of officers for a second year: Charlotte Edwards, Chair; Philip Shaltz, Vice- Chair; Carl Bekofske, Treasurer; and Frances Gilcreast, Secretary. Charlotte Edwards has been a member of the Hurley Board of Managers since 2002. She is Vice President & Community Development Officer […]

A cool wind blows

The cool weather has it feeling a lot like the fall season outside. The fall means football and the Fat Guy is starting to get fired up about pigskin season. The college football season is right on top of us. It is less than two weeks away from starting, so let’s look at the Michigan State Spartans and the Michigan […]

ELGA Credit Union offers

(Managing Editor Gary Gould is on vacation this week. His column is a reprint from Sept. 2, 2010.) I spent the weekend with my kids recently and I was reminded of the difference between grown-up and kid economics. For kids they want everything they see and they are oblivious to cost because, don’t you know, money apparently grows on trees. […]

Tee Time

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8Lapeer American Legion “Keeping it Alive” Golf Outing willtake place at ROLLING HILLS GOLF COURSE. Registerno later than 9/3/12 by calling 810-664-9312 or 810-664-8418. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9Area 13 Special Olympics Classic Golf Tournament will beheld at LAPEER COUNTRY CLUB. Shotgun start for thefour-person scramble is at 9 a.m. Cost is $80 per golfer.Details: Lane Odalovich at 810-9338-8377. SUNDAY, […]

View Newspapers set to Launch Online ‘Deal of the Day’

View Newspaper Group will debut their own Deal of the Day on-line coupon program one week from today at www.referlocal/mihomepaper.com. View Newspapers’ Deal of the Day will feature deals from local businesses offering 30% to 70% off regular prices for goods and services. Upcoming deals will feature restaurants, fitness centers, golf courses, clothing stores, spas and more. Whitney Poppeck has […]

Cavs tennis scores three at Heritage

SAGINAW TWP. — Carman- Ainsworth picked up three points in a tennis quadrangular meet Monday at Saginaw Heritage. The host Hawks won the meet with 22 points, followed by Traverse City West with 17 and Grand Ledge with six. Chris Crowder went 1-2 at No. 2 Singles and Oneed Hekmati was 1-2 at No. 3 singles to lead the Cavaliers. […]

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