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December 21, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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News

Mother pays tribute to a special daughter

MONTROSE – Agnes House Johnson knows how special education students are sometimes bullied, simply because of their special learning circumstances. More...

STC students win new bikes through haunted house association’s annual bike giveaway

ST. CHARLES – Christmas came early last Wednesday for six elementary students in St. Charles. The St. More...

Chesaning students go to bat for respect

CHESANING On Dec. More...

Sports

Hornet matmen cruise past Byron, Bentley in GAC opener

New Lothrop’s varsity wrestlers opened their Genesee Area Conference season with big wins over Byron and Bentley on Wednesday, Dec. 17. The Hornets downed Byron 70-6, and thumped Bentley 56-18. More...

Strong second half earns Rams league cage win over Durand, 55-42

MONTROSE – Jared Long scored 21 points last Friday as Montrose’s varsity boys’ basketball team pulled away from GAC-Red rival Durand in the second half to earn a 55-42 victory. More...

Indians open conference play with win over Bullock Creek, 44-39

CHESANING – Defense carried the day for Chesaning’s varsity boys’ basketball team last Tuesday as the Indians opened TVC-Central competition with a win over visiting Bullock Creek, 44-39. More...

Dining & Entertainment

Family holiday fun at the Children’s Museum

The Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum’s volunteers and staff are ready, willing and able to play and learn with families during the holiday season. More...

Village council decides to go the distance

Street improvements move forward

CHESANING – The Chesaning Village Council has decided to focus the upcoming street improvement projects on Line Street, Wood Street and Fourth Street. More...

Library Lines

LIBRARY Lines

St. Charles District Library104 W. Spruce StreetSt. Charles(989) 865-9451www.stcharlesdistrictlibrary.org More...

News Briefs

NEWS Briefs

FOOTBALL FRENZY WEEK 15 WINNERS – The winners of the Chesaning Chamber of Commerce’s Football Frenzy for Week 15 are: First place, Jean Krupp, of Chesaning, 102 pts., $100; second place, Chuck Eickholt, of Chesaning, 99 pts., $70; third p More...

Viewpoints

Chalk Talk

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the New Lothrop Area Public Schools staff and Board of Education! I cannot believe how fast time flies! I hope you and your children enjoy this well-deserved break. More...

Letters to the editor

Writer appreciates police officers To Whom It May Concern, I am writing this letter to inform you that I appreciate all of you officers and your 911 team. More...

Seniors

How senior donors can avoid scams

Con artists masquerading as charities can victimize anyone, but seniors are especially vulnerable to such criminals. More...

Social

New Citizens

CALEB CURTIS ECKER was born on Friday, November 14, 2014 to Lila (Porterfield) and Derek Ecker, of Big Rapids. He weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19 and one-half inches long. Waiting at home was big brother Vincent. More...

50th Anniversary

Bullard

Mr. and Mrs. William Bullard, of New Lothrop, recently celebrated 50 years of marriage with a family party at the Junction of Hope in Maple Grove Township. More...

BABY GIRL MAKES FOUR GENERATIONS

BABY GIRL MAKES FOUR GENERATIONS – Four generations of Maxa women gathered recently. More...

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