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August 17, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Organization raises $650 to help ‘LINC’ students with school supplies

ST. CHARLES –A major necessity at the start of any school year is a plentiful inventory of school-recommended school supplies. More...

Montrose City Council accepts marijuana petition

MONTROSE – During the Aug. 14 meeting, the Montrose City Council received a petition to change the city charter to allow the possession of marijuana. More...

St. Charles graduate helps ‘welcome’ residents to Brant

BRANT – Those who drive through Brant will now receive a warm “welcome” due to an idea started by former St. Charles High School graduate Kyle Byron. Through efforts of Byron and St. More...

Dining & Entertainment

OCP to kick off 2014-2015 season with ‘The Addams Family’

OWOSSO – The Owosso Community Players (OCP) will kick off their 2014- 2015 season in macabre style with six performances of the hit musical comedy The Addams Family. More...

Chesaning Union Schools align staffing for the 2014-2015 school year

CHESANING – During the Aug. 11 Chesaning Union Schools Board of Education meeting and annual school board retreat, Superintendent Mike McGough provided his recommendations for annual staff movements within the school district. More...

Oakley roadwork leads to detour

OAKLEY – DPW Director/Oakley Deputy Clerk James Frelitz announced that resurfacing work on Sharon Road and Brady Street will begin Monday, Aug. 18. He presented information about the project during the village council’s Aug. 12 meeting. More...

Health

Local home health agency receives national recognition

OWOSSO – The Memorial Healthcare Home Health agency is the recipient of Avatar Solutions’ 2013 5-Star Service Award for its efforts in providing home care patients with exceptional patient care experiences. More...

Swallowing water can be fatal even hours after leaving the pool or lake

Drowning is a danger any time of the year and wherever water is present. Instances of drowning escalate in the summer, when more people are apt to spend time in the pool or at the seaside. More...

Memorial Healthcare welcomes ophthalmologist to medical staff

OWOSSO – Memorial Healthcare recently welcomed Michael J. Coleman, MD to its Active Medical Staff, in the Department of Surgery, with core privileges in ophthalmology. Dr. More...

News Briefs

Letters to the editor

NL Car Show organizers say ‘thanks’ Dear Editor, More...

NEWS Briefs

CMS FIFTH GRADE OPEN HOUSE – Chesaning Middle School will hold an open house for all fifth grade and new students on Thursday, Aug. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m. Students and parents may come to CMS anytime during those hours. More...

Sports

KICK OFF

KICK OFF – St. Charles varsity football head coach Jason Dinninger holds the ball for a kick-off during practice this week. The season will start on Thursday, Aug. More...

Hunter Safety Class set for Aug. 28-30

ST. CHARLES — The St. Charles Wolverine Sportsmen Club and the Department of Natural Resources will be conducting a hunter safety class for all first-time hunters born on or after Jan. More...

Bulldogs, Indians getting ready to play for Lumberman’s Ax trophy

ST. CHARLES – With practice having started on Monday and the start of the regular season now only 11 days away, the St. Charles and Chesaning varsity football teams are getting ready to play for the Lumberman’s Ax trophy. More...

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