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Rustic Steakhouse plans new changes in upcoming months

ST. CHARLES – A popular steakhouse in St. Charles has made some changes in recent months and will soon be incorporating some new added features as well. More...

Stream team schedules Oct. 4 demonstration in Chesaning

CHESANING – The Friends of the Shiawassee Stream Team will demonstrate how they monitor the health of the Shiawassee River on Saturday, Oct. 4, starting at 10 a.m. More...

Fundraiser to raise funds for fair grandstand lighting

CHESANING - Area residents are being asked to help support The Saginaw County Fair during an upcoming fundraiser to raise funds for new grandstand lighting for 2015. The Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction Fundraiser will be held Sunday, Sept. 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...

Social

New Citizens

PIPER ANN TURNWALD

was born on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 to Trisha and Jason Turnwald, of Chesaning. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and was 18 and three-quarter inches long. Waiting at home was big sister, Harper. More...

50th Anniversary

Bleisner

Paul and Priscilla Bleisner, of Chesaning, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Fowler on September 19, 1964. More...

Engagement

Loomis-Hecht

Mandilee Loomis and Landon Hecht wish to announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Nancy Loomis, of Clio, and he is the son of Curtis and Johna Hecht, of Bridgeport. The bride-elect is a graduate of Birch Run High School and Delta College. More...

Village has no intention of condemning coveted Nason/Heritage House

CHESANING – Valerie Willis says she has less than 30 days to raise $125,000 to save the historic George Nason home/ Chesaning’s Heritage House. More...

Library Lines

LIBRARY Lines

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

News Briefs

NEWS Briefs

RIVERBOAT PLAYLAND BRICKS ON SALE – The Riverboat Playland Committee is selling engraved bricks for the walkway to the playscape at Cole Park and in the memory garden. The cost of a brick is $25. More...

Viewpoints

VIEW Points

Chalk Talk

The timing of this Chalk Talk is an excellent opportunity for me to update our parents, students, and the community on the events of our schools, especially with all the changes our district has faced over the past few months. More...

Letters to the editor

Fair board thanks supporters, volunteers To the Editor of the Tri-County Citizen, More...

Seniors

Menopause treatment and breast cancer risk

Upon reaching a certain age, women go through the natural process of menopause. This change typically occurs when a woman reaches her late 40s or early 50s. More...

Bond between grandparents and grandkids benefits both

What used to be the “golden years” of life for seniors is now turning into any opportunity to spend even more time with their youngest family members. More...

Sports

Rams roll over Railroaders, 55-6

DURAND – Chad Shelton ran for three touchdowns and passed for three more as Montrose’s varsity football team steamrolled over host Durand, 55-6, last Friday night in a GAC-Red mismatch. More...

‘Dawgs dominate at Merrill, 33-20

MERRILL – The St. Charles varsity gridders continued to roll Friday night, dominating host Merrill 33-20. “We jumped out to an early lead and controlled the ball,” said St. Charles coach Jason Dinninger. “That was nice. More...

NL romps past Bendle, 62-15

BURTON – New Lothrop Quarterback Ben Muron ran for four touchdowns and passed for a fifth as the undefeated Hornets made quick work of host Bendle last Friday, 62-15. More...

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