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April 19, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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New Lothrop High School awarded $4,850 grant for technology

NEW LOTHROP – New Lothrop High School has been awarded a $4,850 grant in order to purchase Chrome tablets and a storybook app for use in the classroom. More...

FIRST SIGNS OF SPRING

FIRST SIGNS OF SPRING – It’s officially springtime in Chesaning. Tom and Barb Selleck change the Chesaning Chamber of Commerce welcome banners along Broad Street in downtown Chesaning. More...

Oakley village president open to ideas to pay $18,615 court judgment

OAKLEY – The Shiawassee County 35th Circuit Court has issued a judgement against the village of Oakley in the amount of $18,615.08 for attorney fees, costs and disbursements in the case of Shannon Bitterman v. More...

Social

95th Birthday

Bishop

Helen E. (Klein) Bishop, of Maple Grove Township, recently celebrated her 95th birthday. She was born on April 18, 1920, the daughter of the late Paul and Amelia Klein. More...

Engagement

Wheeler-Pumford

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Debandt, of Rochester Hills, and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Pumford, of St. Charles, announce the engagement of their children, Kristen Wheeler and Nicholas Pumford. The bride-elect is a graduate of Athens High School and Rochester College. More...

45th Anniversary

Cross

Bill and Donna (Heise) Cross, of Albee Township, Montrose, will be celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary. They were united in marriage on April 25, 1970 at Zion Lutheran Church in Chesaning. More...

Dining & Entertainment

Go Wild! and celebrate Earth Day April 25 with MMWA and the Zoo

SAGINAW – It’s time again to Go Wild! and celebrate Earth Day with Mid Michigan Waste Authority (MMWA) at the Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square in Saginaw on Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Library Lines

LIBRARY Lines

River Rapids District Library 227 E. Broad Street Chesaning(989) 845-3211 www.riverrapidslibrary.org More...

News Briefs

NEWS Briefs

ALUMNI BANQUET PLANNED FOR MAY 2 – Alumni of New Lothrop Area Public Schools and St. Michael School are invited to attend the 86th Annual Alumni Banquet on Saturday, May 2. The potluck dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. More...

Viewpoints

Chalk Talk

I hope your family had a safe and relaxing Spring Break, just two months left and counting! Our National Honor Society induction ceremony was held this past Tuesday, April 14. More...

Letters to the editor

CMS appreciates reading month support Dear Editor, More...

Seniors

How to eat after age 50

As people age, their dietary needs begin to change. More...

Sports

STC softball wins three of first four

St. Charles’ girls’ varsity softball team finally was able to find some nice weather and start its season on Friday, April 10, and the Lady ‘Dawgs wasted little time in recording a doubleheader sweep in their opening action. More...

Tribe netters blank O-E, now 5-0

ELSIE – Chesaning beat TVC foe Ovid- Elsie, 8-0, last Thursday to run its 2015 record to a perfect 5-0 overall and to 3-0 in league play. More...

Tribe golfers impress at TVC Jams

Chesaning’s varsity boys’ golf team has already positioned itself for a serious run at the TVC-Central title after turning in strong showings at the first two league Jamborees of the season last week. More...

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