2017-03-30

C-A Board applauds outstanding students, teacher



FLINT TWP. — Eight outstanding students and one teacher received special recognition from the Carman-Ainsworth School Board at its March 21 meeting. Garrett Ebert and Bailey Curtis were recognized for having 4.0. grade-point averages while active in several extracurricular activities. Garrett played varsity football as an 11th- and 12th-grader. He earned four college credits in the Accelerated Graduation Opportunity (AGO) […]

Stars of tomorrow shine in CAMS talent show



FLINT TWP. — It has been said that all the world is a stage. For some, it begins at an early age, as demonstrated by students who performed in the Carman-Ainsworth Middle School Talent Showcase, last Friday in the middle school auditorium. Time will tell if the piano soloist, or the individual singers or dancers go on to professional greatness. […]

In brief



MCC joins consortium to advance men of color in community colleges FLINT — Mott Community College (MCC) has joined the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) National Consortium on College Men of Color (NCCMC). Participation in the NCCMC will enhance the College’s commitment to improving the success of historically underrepresented and underserved students, including men of color. Despite programs designed […]

Fine Art of Performance



The Carman-Ainsworth Middle School Instrumental Music Sixth Grade Strings & Bands at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School held a concert last week in the CAMS auditorium to showcase its talents. C-A offers instrumental music classes to students in grades 5-12. Musical events still to come include the Rankin Elementary Fifth Grade concert, at 6 p.m. on April 12, in the middle school […]

Lady Cavs drop season opener




FLINT TWP. – The Carman- Ainsworth girls’ soccer team kicked off its season on Monday against Kearsley with a 2-0 loss. The score was tied 0-0 after halftime, but Kearsley was able to net two goals early in the second half to take the win. Kearsley outshot Carman-Ainsworth 13-1. Carman-Ainsworth hosted Byron yesterday following press deadlines. The Lady Cavaliers are […]

Final name change meeting set for Thursday night




FLINT TWP. — How do you like the sound of Mott. Michigan? How about Genesee Hills, Landing View, Otterburn or Bishop Township. Those are just a few of more than 50 names that have been submitted for consideration by the township’s Suggestion Committee, which is charged with selecting a new name for the township. The group is scheduled to meet […]

Class A All-State Basketball



Player of the YearBrandon Johns, East Lansing, Jr.First-Team All-StateBrandon Johns, East Lansing, Jr.Xavier Tillman, Grand Rapids Christian, Sr.Isaiah Livers, Kalamazoo Central, SrHenry Speight, Saginaw, Sr.Greg Elliott, Detroit East English, Sr.David DeJulius, Detroit East English, Jr.Rashad Williams, Wayne Memorial, Jr.Amauri Hardy, North Farmington, Sr.Foster Loyer, Clarkston, Jr.Demetrius Lake, Holland, Sr.Coach of the YearAdam Smith, Flushing Second-Team All-State (Nominees receiving two or […]

NOW SHOWING



NOW SHOWING – After sitting vacant for nearly 10 years, the parking lot at the old Cinema 10 movie theater, 4425 Lennon Road, has been a beehive of activity for the past month or so, but that is not a sign of coming attractions at the long-idle property. Around the clock, several Consumers’ Energy trucks and equipment are filling about […]

Class All-State Basketball



Player of the Year Kierra Fletcher, Warren Cousino, Sr. First-Team All-State Kierra Fletcher, Warren Cousino, Sr. Ellie Taylor, Midland Dow, Sr. Moira Joiner, Saginaw Heritage, So. Destiny Strother, Carman-Ainsworth, So. Autumn Kissman, Mason, Sr. Maddy Watters, Rockford , Sr. Camree Clegg, Wayne Memorial, Jr. Deja Church, Southfield A&T, Sr. Jordan Walker, Muskegon Mona Shores, Sr. Lazurea Saunders, East Kentwood, Jr. […]

Dust control unsettled




FLINT TWP. — Around this time every year, the township board approves a contract with the Genesee County Road Commission to spray unpaved roads for dust control. The process hit a slight snag this year over contract terms. The contract calls for spraying roads with a chloride solution. The first application is done in late April or early May; the […]