2014 SEE contest winners named

FLINT — When Aaron Burden of Flint accepted the challenge to photograph his view of Flint & Genesee, he hit the ground – literally – and it paid off. Burden’s photo “Autumn Leaves” is the first-place winner of the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce 2014 SEE Photography Contest. The photo was taken from ground level at Sunset Hills in […]

MLK Day of Service draws diverse crowd to Davenport U

FLINT TWP. — Jim Stewart, of Flint, a Vietnam veteran, and Donnell Underwood, a sixth grader at Carman- Ainsworth’s Randels Elementary School met for the first time on Monday. They sat together at the table of brotherhood to make paracord survival bracelets as part of the 2015 MLK Jr. National Day of Service at Davenport University. “I am glad to […]

In brief

Videotopia coming to Sloan Museum FLINT — Actually play the classic video games you know and love, just like in an arcade! Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and Q*Bert are just few of the names of the more than 70 games that are coming to Sloan Museum. VIDEOTOPIA, at the Sloan Museum Jan. 24-May 10, is the only accurate exploration of the […]

Cavs 10th at County Meet

FENTON — The Cavaliers finished 10th with 81 points at the Genesee County Swim Meet last Thursday-Saturday. Grand Blanc was first with 468.5, Swartz Creek- Flushing was second with 283, Powers Catholic was third with 264.5, Fenton was fourth with 261, Brandon took fifth with 221. Davison was sixth with 219. Corunna was seventh with 205, Lapeer was eighth with […]

Cavaliers downed by Lapeer

LAPEER — Even though Jacob Yost pinned Kane Sweet in :40 at 112 pounds the Carman- Ainsworth varsity wrestling team still wound up losing at Saginaw Valley League rival Lapeer 51-25 on Jan. 14. Also claiming victory was Damion Wilkes by major decision against Tyler Jarema 10-2 at 125, Nathan Delong beat the Lightning’s Tannes Wiills 15-9 at 135 and […]