Optimists treat MSD students to breakfast with Santa

CLAYTON TOWNSHIP — Santa loves all children, but a special group of youngsters brought tears to the big guy’s eyes last week. For more than 30 years, the West Flint Optimist Club has hosted breakfast with Santa for youngsters who attend the Michigan School for the Deaf. On Dec. 20, 38 children had the chance to meet Santa and communicate […]

Cavaliers stumble in SVL quad

DAVISON – The Carman- Ainsworth wrestling team dropped a pair of matches against Saginaw Valley League opponents at Davison last Wednesday. Carman-Ainsworth was shut out, 74-0, against Davison and lost 66-12 to Grand Blanc. Against Grand Blanc, Randall Broome at 215 and Trevon Bennett at 285 both picked up wins by forfeit. Omar Al Hallak lost both of his matches […]

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Buckham Gallery moving to new home

FLINT — When the Buckham Gallery first opened in 1984, its founders weren’t sure it would be open more than a year. Now, 34 years later, the gallery is moving from its original home at 134 ½ W. Second St. to its new, ground-level digs across the street at 600 S. Saginaw St. #103. Lynn Penning, gallery director, said the […]

Cavs’ Fletcher signs with MSU football

FLINT TWP. – Michael Fletcher, a senior at Carman-Ainsworth High School, signed his national letter-of-intent to continue his football career at Michigan State University during a signing ceremony at the school last Wednesday. Fletcher considered over 20 schools but ultimately settled on Michigan State over Kentucky, Alabama and Nebraska because of the atmosphere of the school as well as his […]

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New green LED lighted sticks added to GCRC snow plows for safety

GENESEE COUNTY — The Genesee County Road Commission recently equipped its snow plow trucks with the newest technology to help improve visibility when plowing snow covered roads. The GCRC has added a 4-footlong green LED Lighted Stick to the end of the wing plows. The new stick lights are 48-inches-long and vertical, compared to the old lights that were 5-inches-long […]

Cavs take care of Creek; Beecher looms

FLINT TWP. – The Carman-Ainsworth boys’ basketball team dominated Swartz Creek 87-56 last Friday. The Cavaliers’ offense was scorching, scoring more than 85 points for the second straight contest. Carman-Ainsworth took a 46-15 lead by halftime. That proved to be the difference as each team posted 41 points in the second half. Donnal Conway led the Cavs with 15 points, […]

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Area students nominated to attend U.S service academies

FLINT — Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) has announced his nominations for the U.S. service academies for the class of 2023. Members of Congress annually nominate students from their district to attend service academies and, if selected, these students will receive a free education and earn a commission in the U.S. military or be selected to serve in the maritime industry. […]