2013-05-09

The VIEW from here

Salamander hunting a sport? Maybe someday

We discovered an interesting activity through Genesee County Parks and Recreation this past week — a salamander hunt in the Hogbacks out near Holloway Reservoir. These sorts of activities are not only something my son Sam seems to enjoy, but it gives me a chance to see how he functions off the football and baseball field or basketball ball court. […]

Moving on



After about an eight-year stay, the Michigan Vision Institute, an ophthalmology practice at 4281 Lennon Road, has relocated. The office closed on April 26 and reopened on April 29 in its new location at 5300 Gateway Center in Mundy Township. It leaves vacant for now a modern brick edifice built circa 2005 on undeveloped land at the corner of Lennon […]

CELEBRATING 30TH YEAR



C&L Ward has new Facebook promotion



DAVISON — C&L Ward has announced its “Likes for Dollars” campaign where they will donate money to regional non-profit organizations in exchange for likes on Facebook. Beginning May 1, C&L Ward will sponsor a non-profit each month. During that month, they are asking active Facebook users to like their business page. For each like received during the month, they will […]

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 […]


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