Twp. supervisor proposes fewer board meetings

FLINT TWP. — Township board meetings could be reduced to once a month under a proposal made last week by Township Supervisor Karyn Miller. Citing bylaws that allow the board to elect once-a-month meetings, Miller said she is proposing the change in part because the clerk’s office will be “overworked and understaffed” leading up to the May 5 election. The […]

Winter Sports Congrats

Carman-Ainsworth qualified its boys bowling team for the state meet.

C-A Robotics team wins again

FLINT TWP. — The Carman- Ainsworth FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 314 racked up more state qualifying points in competition against 39 teams from around the state at the Great Lakes Bay Region FIRST Robotics District Competition last weekend, according to a press release. It was their second competition of the year after also finishing first in a competition earlier […]

Individual honor roll

Carman-Ainsworth bowlers Jordan Nunn and Caity Cox qualified as individuals to the state meet. Nunn was crowned individual state champ. Carman-Ainsworth individual wrestlers- Milik Dawkins, Demetric Hall, Derien Vaughn, Jacob Yost, Ronald Roland qualified for the State Finals.

C-A Board supports Proposal 1

FLINT TWP. — The Carman- Ainsworth Board of Education passed a resolution last week in support of state Proposal 1 which will come before voters on the May 5 ballot. “The success of Michigan’s economy rests upon its infrastructure, the education it provides its children and the roads and bridges that facilitate agriculture, commerce, industry and tourism in our state,” […]


Ford has hit a new production milestone with its fuel-efficient EcoBoost engine technology. Earlier this month, the 5-millionth vehicle with a Ford EcoBoost engine rolled off the assembly line at Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan. EcoBoost was launched in 2009 on Ford Taurus SHO with the 3.5- liter EcoBoost V6. That year, 14,439 EcoBoost engines were manufactured. In 2010, […]

Where in the world is Sam?

CAMS student competing this week in state Geography Bee

FLINT TWP. — The Louis and Clark expedition did not explore which state: Iowa, New Mexico, Montana, or Washington? Taylor Swift performed songs from her album “Red” last summer in Kuala Lumpur,the capital of which Asian country that borders the South China Sea? What is the term for the movement of air from a high pressure area to a low […]

MSU finding magic in middle of tournament

Fat Guy Corner

Michigan State says, here we come, Sweet Sixteen once again! The Spartans have once again found March madness magic. The Spartys disposed of No. 2-seeded Virginia 60-54 and sent them home from the tourney for the second consecutive season. I know I predicted the Cavaliers to defeat the Spartans and once again my prediction was wrong. I am used to […]

In brief

See CAMS musical now FLINT TWP. — Performances of Carman-Ainsworth Middle School Theater annual musical began March 25 and continue for two more nights, March 26-27. This year’s show, “Rock Around the Block’’ features singing, dancing and a famous Rock Star. Showtime is 7 p.m. each night. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for C-A students. Senior Citizens and […]

Firebirds announce coach, general manager and more

FLINT — After unveiling their identity a week ago, the Flint Firebirds of the Ontario Hockey League called another press conference at Perani Arena on Thursday to make another big announcement — the hiring of their hockey department, most notably the head coach and general manager. “We are continuing to build our OHL organization into something that this community can […]

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