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October 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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NEWS Briefs

MEET THE CANDIDATES – Chesaning Task Force is sponsoring a Meet the Candidates night at River Rapids District Library on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. More...

Viewpoints

Chalk Talk

We are off and running into the second month of school! I would like to congratulate our Jr./Sr. High School students and staff for being recognized by the State as a “High Progress School”. More...

Ebenhoehs becomes Re/Max Tri-County

Dear Editor, My wife and business partner Denise Ebenhoeh and myself have been in the real estate business since 2004 working for Garrow & Associates. It’s been an incredible time in our lives. More...

Chesaning street meetings planned

Dear Village Residents, As you are probably aware, the village council has unanimously agreed to request a bond issue to improve our badly deteriorated streets. 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

STC scores big win over Sharks, 51-20

ST. CHARLES – St. Charles’ varsity football team scored on its first four possessions last Friday night en route to an impressive 51-20 win over visiting St. Louis. More...

Hornets shut down Hamady, roll 45-20

NEW LOTHROP – The Hornet varsity gridders put up 45 points in the first half on offense, while the defense shut down Hamady, then held on for a 45-20 win to clinch their fifth straight Genesee Area Conference Blue Division championship Friday n More...

Rams lose heartbreaker to Beecher

MONTROSE – Visiting Beecher scored the game-winning touchdown with just 17 seconds left to remain unbeaten and hand Montrose a heartbreaking 19-14 loss last Friday. More...

Dining & Entertainment

Owosso Players announce cast for rollicking comedy ‘Dearly Departed’

OWOSSO – November will be drop dead funny at the Lebowsky Center as the Owosso Community Players produces the hilarious comedy Dearly Departed, directed by long-time OCP director and volunteer John Morovitz, with Dave Conant as assistant direct More...

NL music dept. presents fall concert

NEW LOTHROP – On Monday, Oct. 27, the New Lothrop Junior High and High School choirs, along with the New Lothrop High School band will be presenting a fall concert at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. More...

OCP holiday show youth auditions set

OWOSSO – The Owosso Community Players invite students grades third through eighth to audition for OCP’s upcoming Holiday at Lebowsky. More...

Voters hold the key to street repairs in Chesaning Nov. 4

CHESANING – It’s important that Chesaning voters be well informed about the local ballot proposal to fix streets in the community; the decision is theirs. More...

St. Charles Schools to seek new bond proposal during Feb. 24 special election

ST. CHARLES – During the last regular meeting of St. Charles Community Schools on Oct. 8, the school district’s bond team gave a presentation to board members regarding a new Bond Proposal. More...

News

Helpers needed for Santa’s Toy Store of Montrose

MONTROSE – Santa’s Toy Store of Montrose needs volunteers to make toys for children this Christmas. Toy Store coordinator Gerald “Jerry” Whitney has already started cutting out wooden toy parts in his shop. More...

Halloween Happenings

Trick-or-treat hours in the Village of Chesaning will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31. Trick-or-treat hours in the Village of Oakley will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31. Trick-or-treat hours in the Village of St. More...

‘RAM 1500 ECODIESEL IS A GAME-CHANGER’

Analysts agree that the pickup truck market in North America is the most competitive for Detroit’s automakers. More...

Seniors

Caring for an elderly relative at home is challenging

Decisions about providing care for an aging loved one are seldom easy. Various options exist in terms of elder care, including assisted living facilities and nursing homes. More...

Social

90th Birthday

Lycka

Margaret Lycka will celebrate her 90th birthday on Tuesday, October 21. She was born in 1924 to Joseph and Mary Hija. Margaret is a resident of Chesaning. She was married to Russell Lycka, who is deceased. More...

Lycka-Smith

Crystal Lycka of Chesaning wed Jarrid Smith of Millington on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at the Easton Church of Christ. She is the daughter of Dennis and Sherry Lycka of Chesaning. More...

New Citizens

JAMISON LYLE MILLER was born on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 to Nicole and Brock Miller, of Flushing. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 oounces, and was 20 inches long. Waiting at home was big brother Brantley. More...

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