2013-05-09

In brief



Corrigan Moving System launches new website GENESEE COUNTY — Corrigan Moving Systems, a Flint relocation company dedicated to elevating the moving experience for families and businesses, announced today the launch of its company’s new website. Corrigan President David P. Corrigan made the announcement. “As we continually strive to move our business forward, we are excited to launch our new website […]

Stimulating interest in STEM




FLINT TWP. — Visitors of all ages, from toddlers to adults, got a chance to operate robots, shoot hoops and toss Frisbees with robots and learn more about building and operating robots, at an event last week held at Carman- Ainsworth High School. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) showcase was hosted by C-As robotics teams from all grade […]

In brief



Kidney cancer support group to meet FLINT — The Kidney Cancer Educational Support Group of Michigan will meet May 22, 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute, 302 Kensington. Guest speaker is Dr. Todd Morgan, urological oncologist. The topic of discussion is “Broad Overview: Evaluation, Diagnosis and Staging of Renal Cancer.” The meeting is open to the general public. Details: […]

Softball bows to Durand




FLINT TWP. — Carman- Ainsworth fell to Durand, 15-0 and 11- 1, in a non-league softball doubleheader Tuesday at home. The Cavaliers didn’t hit the ball well in the opener but fared a little better in the nightcap. Jessica Smith and Samantha Johnston both went 2-for-2, and Korbin Brandon had a double, which scored their only run. Carman-Ainsworth was on […]

Flowers for you, mom



Cavs prep for invitational




FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth coach Jessyca Matthews pulled two of her players against Flint Nothernwestern on Monday to even the playing field when Northwestern showed up with just seven girls. Two arrived late to the game, but that mattered not as the Lady Cavs routed the smaller squad and Saginaw Valley League opponent, 13-0. Melody Bamford and keeper Rachel Roop […]

3 convicted in 2012 carjacking, murder on Corunna Road



GENESEE COUNTY — Three separate juries have rendered guilty verdicts in the March 4, 2012 carjacking and murder of a Grand Blanc woman, said Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton in a press release last Friday. James Lee Horn, 21, of Flint, Nancy Edna Johnson, 34, of Davison, and Matthew Allen Riselay, 20, of Flint Township, were each charged and convicted […]

Baseball splits with Railroaders




FLINT TOWNSHIP — During a welcome break from all the trials and tribulations of the Saginaw Valley League on Tuesday, the Carman- Ainsworth varsity baseball team was able to steal the first game of a non-conference double feature from Durand, 4-1, before losing the nightcap, 4-3. With Duane Haskins posting the save, it was Noah Reed who was able to […]

C-A voters renew millages but say no to new tax




FLINT TWP. — Voters in the Carman- Ainsworth school district said yes to two tenyear millage renewals but no to a new school tax in Tuesday’s election. Voters were asked to renew 18 mills tax on Non-Homestead Property and a half-mill levy for the district’s Building & Site Sinking Fund which is used for maintenance and improvement. They also were […]

Sports Shorts



Soccer player helping collegiate program PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas — Earlier in the 2012- 13 school year Carman-Ainsworth grad and 5- foot-6 freshman Jasmine Jones helped lead the Prairie View A and M women’s soccer team to a record of 9-11 overall. Highlights for the Lady Panthers include defeating Alabama State University, 3-2, in the first round of the Southwestern Athletic […]