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October 26, 2014 RSS feed / News

New Lothrop Schools receive lower interest rate on ’06 bond, pass savings on to taxpayers

NEW LOTHROP – During the last regular meeting of the New Lothrop Area Public Schools Board of Education on Monday, Oct. 20, the board accepted a resolution ratifying the sale of the 2014 refunding bonds. More...

Oakley Village Council races highly competitive

OAKLEY – The Village of Oakley has a large number of candidates seeking office in the Nov. 4 election. There are seven candidates competing for three seats as village trustee. Two competing for village president. More...

Meet the candidates for St. Charles village trustee

ST. CHARLES – The village of St. Charles has three candidates on the Nov. 4 ballot for three seats as trustee on the village council. More...

Michigan Festivals & Events Association receives $50,000 state matching grant

CHESANING – Executive Director Sue Bila has announced Michigan Festivals & Events Association (MFEA) has received a $50,000 matching grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. More...

60th annual Schoch Reunion held

The 60th annual reunion of the descendents of Fred and Beulah Schoch was held on July 27, 2014 at the Chesaning Conservation Club with family coming from across Michigan and as far away as Massachusetts and Texas. The Keith N. More...

CHEVY SPARK’S U.S. SALES UP 10 PERCENT

Chevrolet has reached a big number in mini-cars, surpassing 1 million sales worldwide of the Spark and Beat. More...

Santa’s Village in need of ‘elves’ to donate for the holiday season

CHESANING – Plans are well underway for this year’s Santa’s Village, located at the North Pole USA, a.k.a. Saginaw County Fairgrounds in Chesaning. More...

School employee placed on leave after call from Customs

NEW LOTHROP – An employee at New Lothrop Area Public Schools was placed on leave last month after the school district received information from the United States Customs and Border Patrol. More...

St. Charles schools add student success coach

ST. CHARLES – Students at St. Charles Community Schools are receiving some added help this school year, thanks to new student success coach Heather Selich. More...

Oakley caught between lawsuits as council declines to overturn decision

OAKLEY – The economically-challenged Village of Oakley is caught between lawsuits that could seriously affect the way the community conducts business, retains insurance and protects its citizens. More...

Four candidates for Chesaning village trustee

CHESANING – Four candidates will compete for three seats on the Chesaning Village Council in the Nov. 4 election. More...

Chesaning CROP Walk a success

CHESANING – The 2014 Chesaning CROP Walk was another great success this year. On a sunny fall afternoon over 100 participants joined together and raised about $6,000. More...

David Eickholt contributes to Chesaning FFA as state corn yield contest winner

CHESANING – David P. More...

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On Thursday, September 25, 2014, the Chesaning Union High School Class of 1944 met at the Showboat Restaurant to celebrate its 70th anniversary. They graduated on June 6, 1944, on D-Day. More...

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