2017-09-07

Women’s Expo on tap

Over 150 exhibits at Dort Federal Event Center this weekend

FLINT – Ladies, get ready for the Time of Your Life as the Women’s Expo takes over Dort Federal Event Center this weekend. The fun begins this Friday, Sept. 8 at noon and runs until 7 p.m. and starts up again Saturday, Sept. 9 at 10 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. “We at Cumulus Broadcasting are so excited at […]

Cavs rout Arthur Hill




FLINT TWP. – The Cavaliers picked up their first win of the season last Thursday following a 49-0 rout of Saginaw Arthur Hill. Both teams entered the game with a 0-1 record after Arthur Hill lost to Ann Arbor Skyline last week and Carman- Ainsworth fell to Grand Blanc. It would be Carman-Ainsworth that would come out on top this […]

FREE: TAKE ONE



FREE: TAKE ONE – Randels Elementary School, 6022 Brobeck St, now has a Little Free Library on its front lawn It joins a worldwide network of over 50,000 registered Little Free Libraries in all 50 states and 70 countries. Little Free Library is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization The library boxes, often shaped like a one-room schoolhouse, are open and […]

Hunting outside of Michigan this fall?

Be aware of updated cervid importation regulations

STATEWIDE — For those who plan to hunt outside of Michigan this fall, it is important to note that regulations related to the importation of harvested cervids (such as deer, elk or moose) have changed substantially. Hunters who harvest a cervid in any other state or province can bring back only the following cervid parts into Michigan: • Hides. • […]

New this year at Carman-Ainsworth schools



FLINT TWP. – Two free meals a day for all Carman-Ainsworth students is one of several initiatives coming this school year that were highlighted in a community letter from Superintendent Eddie Kindle. Also coming are a schoolbased health center, a revamped district website and new attendance hours for elementary school students. The free breakfast and lunch available to all students […]

Cavaliers shut out by Linden




FLINT TWP. – The Carman- Ainsworth boys’ soccer team was trounced in a 6-0 loss to Linden at home last Wednesday. The Cavaliers had three shots on goal. Carman-Ainsworth, 1-4, traveled to Midland yesterday and will host Bay City Central on Monday.

Permission to mow needed



FLINT TWP. – Some township board members found it hard to believe that the Michigan Department of Transportation) MDOT requires the township to get permission to mow the grass near the interstate. But that is the case. So, the board has approved a MDOT Performance Resolution which requires Flint Township to renew each year a right-of-way resolution to allow workers […]

Holmes to split time with LJ Scott, Madre London




EAST LANSING – Flint native Gerald Holmes, a senior running back on the Michigan State University football team, had nine carries for 41 yards, one for loss, against Bowling Green in State’s 35-10 home opener win Saturday. Holmes also had one reception for eight yards. Holmes, who wears No. 24, will be splitting time at running back with LJ Scott […]

Schuette reminds residents to be on alert for scammers in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey



LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is reminding Michigan residents to exercise caution in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Unfortunately whether it is selling a flood damaged vehicle or taking donations meant for disaster relief, scammers choose times of disaster to take advantage of hard working well meaning citizens. “Hurricane Harvey has inflicted disastrous results on the state of […]

Goose season opened on Sept. 1; hunters should be aware of aggregate bag limits



GENESEE COUNTY — It’s time to head to Michigan’s lakes, fields and marshes to hunt geese. The hunting season opened Friday, Sept. 1 and the Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that big changes to regulations this year include a dark goose and light goose aggregate bag limit. Canada geese, white-fronted geese (or specklebellies) and brant are now part of […]