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April 13, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Library Lines

LIBRARY Lines

River Rapids District Library227 E. Broad StreetChesaning(989) 845-3211www.riverrapidslibrary.org More...

News

Chesaning Union Schools seek improvements on May 6 ballot

CHESANING – On Tuesday, May 6, Chesaning Union Schools will ask voters to consider new bond proposals for building improvements; plus a separate bond proposal to build a new auxiliary gym. More...

St. Charles business becomes the Ultimate

ST. CHARLES – Ultimate Graphic & Sign, LLC opened its doors at 910 N. Saginaw St. in St. Charles in 2014. The company has evolved a great deal since its beginnings in Greg and Michelle Armstrong’s basement in 2008. More...

Easter Hoppenings

• The Chesaning Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 19 at 10 a.m. sharp in Showboat Park. Participants are reminded to come early. The free hunt is open to children ages 1 to 11 (divided into four age groups). More...

Dining & Entertainment

OCP invites community to grand reopening gala celebration

OWOSSO – Lebowsky Rebuild donors and community members who wish to be a part of the historic reopening of the Lebowsky are invited to attend The Grand Reopening Gala Celebration on May 9 as the Owosso Community Players begin their two-weekend r More...

Council approves proposal for more police patrol in NL

NEW LOTHROP – During the last meeting of the Village of New Lothrop on Wednesday, April 9 the council approved a proposal to increase police patrol time throughout the village, pending the successful drafting of a contract. More...

City of Montrose seeks community input

MONTROSE – In recent months, the Montrose City Council has discussed the need for a shared community brainstorming session. The idea is to find ways to improve the community. More...

Health

Older, active, confident stroke caregivers are happiest

DALLAS, Texas – Stroke caregivers are happier when they continue to enjoy their own hobbies and interests, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Stroke. More...

Dr. Ronald Bishop named medical director of Memorial Healthcare Emergency Department

OWOSSO – Ronald Bishop, DO, FACOEP, chairperson of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Memorial Healthcare was recently announced as the medical director of the Emergency Department. More...

News Briefs

NEWS Briefs

FILING DEADLINE APRIL 22 – Maple Grove Township residents who wish to run for a two year term as a trustee on the township board must file an affidavit of identity and petition form by April 22. More...

Viewpoints

Chalk Talk

When schools take stock of their resources, they typically consider items such as money, equipment, vehicles, facilities, and people. Another item that should be added to that list is the resource of time. More...

Letters to the editor

Chesaning needs to address streets Editor, More...

Bulletin Board

BULLETIN Board

ANNOUNCE YOUR EVENTSDo you have something to announce? If yourclub, church or other organization is planninga meeting, fundraiser, festival or other specialevent, let your neighbors know! Send information to the Tri-County Citizen, P.O. More...

Sports

Bulldogs fall to Vikes, sweep Tribe in opening week action

The St. Charles varsity baseball team opened the season with a pair of Tri- Valley Conference foes, and managed to go 2-2. On Tuesday, the ‘Dawgs hosted neighboring rival Swan Valley, and dropped both ends of the doubleheader. More...

On Track

Chesaning at Frankenmuth, 4/9/14 Frankenmuth boys 81, Chesaning 56 More...

Tribe sackers lose opener to BR, 9-0

BIRCH RUN – Birch Run scored three times in the opening inning and added five more in the second frame to hand Chesaning’s varsity baseball team a season opening 9-0 loss last Wednesday on the Panthers’ home field. More...

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