From left, Senior Cora Paul and Junior winner Anna Lanthier compete in Face Painting at Brandon Snowcoming on Feb. 3. Photo by Kelsey Voyer.
From left, Brennan Swix, Jack Olson, Dustin Dickens and Riley Riddle cheer at a recent Brandon Blackhawks boys varsity basketball home game against Holly. Holly won the game, 57-52. Photo by Mo Voyer.
Fog settles around the Goodrich Cemetery on Jan. 20. Photo by Patrick McAbee.
Brandon Blackhawk Kendell Parsons hits a jump shot on Friday, Jan. 20 against Holly. The Blackhawks fell to the Bronchos 57-52. Photo by Mo Voyer.
Above, Brandon Senior Ethan Hunt drives to basket and gets fouled. Left, Goodrich Junior Cole Fiewig gets 3 of his 11 points. Photos by Mo Voyer. Brandon got off to a hot start against Goodrich Jan. 18, hitting 5 triples in the first quarter and leading 31-25 at halftime. However, Carrington Wiggins for Goodrich got […]
A pair of swans share open water on Bald Eagle Lake. A mid winter thaw will raise temperatures into the 50s by next week. Photo by Patrick McAbee.
By David Fleet Editor Goodrich – Two village residents are now police chiefs. Adam Kline was named Lansing Township Police Chief last month while last week, Dan Keller was appointed Chief of Police of the White Lake Township Police Department. Both residents have extensive law enforcement careers and hold elected positions locally. In December, Kline, […]
By David Fleet Editor On Jan. 8, the Dr. Rev. Steven Buck stepped in as the interim pastor at the Goodrich United Methodist Church. Buck, 66, replaced the Rev. Won Kim who had served since July 2015. A northern Wisconsin native, Buck is a confirmed Green Bay Packer backer. “The last time the Packers won the […]
Drew and Grant Gustafson, brothers, are over the puck on Bald Eagle Lake in Brandon Township as Rachel D’Alio referees. With temperatures in the teens during the first week of January ice conditions were improving on lakes. However, caution is advised on any frozen lakes. Photo by Patrick McAbee.
Luminaries line streets in downtown Ortonville on Christmas Eve. Each year village residents and the Ortonville DPW continue the Christmas tradition. Photo by Patrick McAbee.