CAMS celebrate ‘excellent’ robotics outing

FLINT TWP. — The Carman- Ainsworth Middle School Robotics team MO’ Peeps competed in the VEX World championship from April 25-28 in Louisville Kentucky and brought home the Excellence Award. “The Excellence Award is the highest award presented in the VEX programs,” according to the VEX website. “The recipient of this award is a team that exemplifies overall excellence in […]

Baseball team presses on

FLINT TWP. – The Cavaliers were slated to play at Midland Dow on Monday night, but no scores or details were reported prior to press deadlines. The View is currently attempting to contact Carman- Ainsworth’s stat-keeper. Please contact Joe Oster at joster@mihompaper.com. Carman-Ainsworth hosts Bay City John Glenn in a doubleheader tonight, starting at 4 p.m. – J.O.

Court Street road project approved

FLINT TWP. — West Court Street, between Elms and Linden roads, is the next major township road to get a facelift. The township board recently approved a $236,591.05 contract with Ace-Saginaw Paving Company for the resurfacing project. Estimated costs include engineering fees and will be done in two phases. Phase one – resurfacing being Elms and Dye roads – is […]

Cavs stomp Arthur Hill in softball

SAGINAW – The Carman-Ainsworth softball team got its most dominant wins of the season thus far, 17-1 and 23-6, against Saginaw Arthur Hill last Thursday. Morgan Sherrer, Kloelyn Shann and Mykala Brooks each had two hits and with one apiece were Jada Black, Hannah Thurston, Tiara Jefferies and Sydney Johnson. Makayla McDaniels paced the offense in game two with two […]

C-AHS teacher named Teacher of the Year

FLINT TWP. — Jessyca Mathews, an English teacher and varsity soccer coach at Carman-Ainsworth High School, has been named the Teacher of the Year for 2018 by the Michigan Council of Teachers of English (MCTE), This award is given in spring so that this outstanding teacher can also be honored at the MCTE annual conference in November. Founded in 1924, […]

Mid-Michigan High school hockey alumni tourney a success once again

LAPEER – For the eighth consecutive year, the annual Mid-Michigan High School Alumni Hockey Tournament returned to the ice Friday- Sunday, splitting games between Lapeer’s Polar Palace and Burton’s Crystal Fieldhouse. The event benefited the Old Newsboys of Flint, Flint Inner City Youth Hockey, GFHA Ice Raiders, Eastern Michigan Hockey Association and Lapeer County Hockey Association, and even had a […]

Flint man sentenced to probation for embezzling of church’s charitable funds

DETROIT — David Lee Thiese Sr., a 79-year-old Flint man, was sentenced to 60 months of probation and $698 in fines and court costs on April 16 in 7th Circuit Court, Flint, for embezzling nearly $37,000 in charitable gaming funds from St. Pius X Catholic Church and School, in Flint Township, and affiliated groups, according to a press release. Thiese […]


GOLF The Carman-Ainsworth boys’ golf team competed at the first Saginaw Valley League meet of the season last Wednesday at Metamora Golf and Country Club, placing 11th with a 473. Flint Powers Catholic finished first overall with a 323, Lapeer was second with a 335 and Saginaw Heritage was third with 353. Midland was fourth with 375, Midland Dow fifth […]

In brief

MTA renewal on August ballot FLINT TWP. — Clerk Kathy Funk is among clerks in Genesee County notified of the MTA Millage Renewal proposal on the August 8 ballot. This will be a renewal of the levy set to expire this year. Voters will be asked to approve a five-year renewal – 2019-2023 – of 0.40 mills ($0.40 per $1,000 […]

NFHS responds to Rice Commission report on college basketball

INDIANAPOLIS – In response to the Rice Commission Report on College Basketball, NFHS Executive Director Bob Gardner offers the following comments on some of the suggestions from the Commission, particularly those that would impact the 51 NFHS member state associations and the high school basketball community. Gardner responds: First, the NFHS commends the NCAA and the Rice Commission for its […]