2013-06-06

In brief



Hurley partners with STAT EMS, county parks for Rescue 911 events FLINT — Hurley Medical Center is partnering with STAT EMS, Genesee County Parks, along with local police and fire Departments for the next FREE Rescue 911 event, for kids ages 8 through 12. Registration is being accepted for the event online at www.statems.net/save_ a_ life or call 810-238-7672 ext. […]

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Cavaliers’ golf season ends in district





ESSEXVILLE — Haywood Petty came within seven strokes of a regional qualifying berth to lead Carman-Ainsworth at last Saturday’s Div. 1 district golf tournament at Bay County Golf Course. The sophomore shot 92 on a breezy day, falling just short of the sixth and final individual qualifying score of 85. The top six teams and top six individuals not on […]

Township supervisor for state representative





FLINT TWP. — Flint Township Supervisor Karyn Miller is one of six Democrats and two Republicans vying for the state representative for the 49th district seat vacated in May when Jim Ananich was elected state senator. Miller was first elected township supervisor in 2008 and won her second term in November 2012. She kicked off her campaign last weekend at […]

Cavs’ track season ends at state meet



KENTWOOD — The Carman- Ainsworth track and field program is never short on talent and is often regarded as one of the top squads in the state. Its 2013 campaign came to an end at Saturday’s Div. 1 state finals at East Kentwood High School, where the boys placed 29th with 8.50 points, while the Lady Cavs didn’t accumulate any […]

Library reopens after month long closure for renovation





FLINT TWP. — After being closed four weeks for renovations, the Genesee District Library Flint Township branch reopened May 20 and hosted a grand reopening event last week to show off its new look. The $15,000 renovation included new paint, new carpet, electrical work and rearranging shelving, said Cara Birmingham, librarian. Work done included removing doors separating the main library […]

Baseball playoffs prove challenging





FLUSHING — While the Carman-Ainsworth varsity baseball team was finally starting to hit on all cylinders at the end of the 2013 regular season, the Michigan High School Athletic Association championship tournament is a completely different animal. Enter Flint Metro league rival Kearsley and a pitching staff that held the Cavaliers to just two hits for the contest on its […]