2016-05-26

Coming and going

C-A board OKs leadership changes


FLINT TWP. — A transition in leadership for Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools entailed three actions by the school board at its meeting last week. The first was approving the contract for new Superintendent Eddie L. Kindle, who was appointed in early April and will take the helm on June 4. For the past two years, he has served as assistant superintendent […]

Two Cavaliers sign to continue careers




FLINT – Two athletes from Carman- Ainsworth signed national letters of intent to continue their careers in college. Sydney Cunningham signed to play volleyball at Northeastern Oklahoma State and Emily Johnson signed to continue her soccer career at Concordia University in Chicago. Cunningham also considered Savannah State University. But the opportunity at Northeastern Oklahoma was just a better fit. “It […]

Election year discourse




FLINT TWP. – Some election year dissension crept into the May 16 township board meeting during public comment. Jim McClung took issue with what he called misinformation being disseminated by a “smut merchant.” McClung is the former chairperson of the township Parks and Recreation Commission and current president of the Flint Township Senior Center Executive Board. His comments pertained to […]

CHEVROLET HIGH DESERT PACKAGE OFFERS REFINED UTILITY



Chevrolet earlier this month revealed the Silverado High Desert package, which will arrive in dealers this fall. Based on the concept vehicle revealed at the 2014 SEMA show, the High Desert package brings unique content and capability to Silverado’s lineup of special editions – which offers more choices for truck buyers than any other brand. Available on LT, LTZ, and […]

CA board applauds accelerated students




FLINT TWP. — While fellow students enjoyed summers off, a stalwart group of young scholars at Carman- Ainsworth chose to spend their time in programs such as Accelerated Graduation Opportunity (AGO) and Dual Enrollment Educational Partnership (DEEP), where they earned college credits. Eight of them were among 10 seniors whose accomplishments were singled out last week for special recognition by […]

2016-05-26 E-Edition

Carman Cougar Charities presents 2016 Volunteer Leadership Scholarship



FLINT TWP. —When Alanna Gleason walked into the Carman-Ainsworth Board of Education meeting last week, she did not know that there was more in store for her than being recognized by her principal for outstanding academic success, with other classmates. While updating the board on current activities, Alan Himelhoch, a member of the Carman Cougar Charities Corporation (CCCC) Board of […]

In brief



Church bake sale today FLINT TWP. — A Middle Eastern Luncheon and Bake Sale will be held at St. George Orthodox Church, 5191 Lennon Road, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, May 26. Take out will be available. For more information, call 810-732-0720. — R.S. Annual Transportation Day coming soon to C-A FLINT TWP. — A hot air balloon […]

COMMENCEMENT



COMMENCEMENT – The graduation ceremony for the Carman-Ainsworth Class of 2016 will be held at the Dort Federal Event Center, at 7 p.m. on June 1.

Business association awards 2016 scholarships




FLINT TWP. — After working for many years, Gregory J. Vanucci lost his job and had difficulty finding another one because of his age and lack of a degree. He ran out of money and even became homeless before getting his life back on track. Now a student at Mott Community College, where he is working on a bachelor’s degree […]