Village of Goodrich to consider truck route ordinance

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich — On Monday night the Goodrich Village Council voted 4-0 to set a public hearing for the establishment of a truck route in the village. Council member Melissa Schluentz was absent. At 6 p.m., July 8, the Village of Goodrich, 7338 S. State Road will host the meeting to discuss […]

West Hegel Road resurfacing

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich —On June 17, resurfacing, mill and fill on West Hegel Road in the village will begin. In February 2024, the village council voted 4-0 to adopt a resolution for the Michigan Department of Transportation for the project. One line will remain open and the project will be completed in a few days. […]

Teare on the cusp of U.S. Olympic Team again

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Eugene —Just four years ago, Cooper Teare finished less than one second short of making the U.S. Olympic Team for the 2020 games in Tokyo. Now, at 24 years old, the University of Oregon standout is on the cusp once again. Teare will compete in the Paris Olympics trials in both […]

Long-time assistant to the superintendent steps down

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich— After almost 20 years with the Goodrich School District, Joy Moll, central office executive assistant to the superintendent will step down effective July 31. Moll has accepted the position of high school secretary at Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools. “This is the school district that both my husband and I graduated from,” […]

North Branch 3-Goodrich 2

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Yale — On June 8 the North Branch Broncos Girls Volleyball team defeated the Goodrich Martians in the Region 16 finals 3-2. GHS pitching ace Jayden Goh had 15 strikeouts, GHS Sophie Swanson had a home run for the Martians. The Lady Martians won the semi finals game by defeating the […]

Township to host meeting on proposed battery storage guidelines

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Groveland Twp.— Additional details of a proposed battery storage facility in Groveland Township were provided on Monday night during a special community meeting. On June 3, more than 60 area residents, local and public officials attended an informational meeting at Fire Station One, 14645 Dixie Hwy., regarding the proposed 300 MW […]

Master Plan & Park & Recreation Plan open house

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Atlas Twp. — From 4-6:30 p.m., June 13, Atlas Township, 7386 Gale Road, will host a Township Master Plan Open House. The gather will provide an opportunity for the community to review the current draft of the updated master plan. “The entire process has been citizen driven by the Master Plan […]

Register now for View Lady Classic

By Hannah Ball hball@mihomepaper.com Fenton — Calling all lady golfers and women interested in trying the sport — slots are still open for the third annual Fenton area View Lady Classic hosted by View Newspaper Group and the Tri-County Times on Monday, June 24. The event is set for a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start on […]

Randy Wise Ford-Ortonville, new sales, leasing professional

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Brandon Twp. — In May, Mario Dominguez was hired as a Sales and Leasing professional at Randy Wise Ford, 968 S. Ortonville Road. Dominguez, a Clarkston native and Clarkston High School graduate, spent several years developing his business skills in the food service and telecommunication industries which provided a strong background in customer service, a […]

Lady Martians edge Linden Eagles 2-1 for District championship

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Lake Fenton —  On June 1, Flint Metro League Champion Goodrich Martian Girls Softball team eked out a 2-1 win in D2 action over the Linden Lady Eagles for the district crown at Lake Fenton. The Martians, 33-4-1 will now play June 8 in the first round of regional competition. GHS […]

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