Township teen critial but stable after M-15 crash

By David Fleet Editor Atlas Twp.-An 18 year township women is listed in critical but stable condition at Genesys Medical Center following a two car collision at about 5:30 a.m., Feb. 13, near M-15 and Collidge Road. According to Genesee County Sheriff reports, Corinn Linkowski was traveling northbound on M-15 in a Saturn sedan and […]

Pot not sold here

By David Fleet Editor Groveland Twp.-On Monday night the township board of trustees voted 5-0 to prohibit all marijuana establishments within the boundaries of the township. “We are not doing anything that changes someone’s right to use marijuana,” said Bob Depalma, township supervisor. “Or grow it under the requirements for personal consumption. The issues is […]

Dixie Highway resurfacing

By David Fleet Editor Groveland Twp.- The Road Commission for Oakland County announced the resurfacing of Dixie Highway between Oak Hill Road north to the Genesee County line the summer—about seven miles. The $2.5 million project will include milling in rough areas and asphalt. The project is expected to take about a week and is […]

Elementary school discipline probe continues

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich – An investigation that started last month at Oaktree Elementary school regarding alleged disciplinary issues that involve the superintendent’s son was updated at Monday’s school board meeting. The school district recently initiated a review process based on parent concerns claiming students protected under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or […]

School board investigates discipline concerns of superintendent’s son

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich – The school board has started an investigation at Oaktree Elementary school regarding alleged disciplinary issues that involve the superintendent’s son. Superintendent Ryan Relken distributed a letter on Jan. 14 stating that a group of parents are making assertions that students who are protected under the Individuals with Disabilities in […]

Goodrich, Brandon snow days nearing limit

By David Fleet Editor The recent blast of cold and snowy weather has prompted a spike in snow days for both Goodrich and Brandon school districts. The school districts are provided six snow days and can petition for more if needed. “Districts can petition for three additional days,” said Matt Outlaw, Brandon School district superintendent. […]

Community delivers; furloughed federal workers funding returns for now

By David Fleet Editor Chief Boatswain’s Mate Kyle W. Thomas, of Coast Guard Station Port Huron and Station Small Harbor Beach mission along with more than 100 active service men and women is keep safe the waters of Lake Huron. “I was stationed in Grand Haven and before that Virginia, “said Thomas, who along with […]

One to go

One to go

Jason Gray, GHS girls basketball coach will go after win 400 at the #3 Cournna Cavaliers (10-0) on Jan. 25. Photo by Patrick McAbee.  By David Fleet Editor Goodrich-Just 10 games into his 20th season at the helm of the Lady Martians, head coach Jason Gray is on the edge of history. Gray, with a […]

Village weed free

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich- No weed sales in the village. On Jan. 14, the village council voted 5-0 to adopt Ordinance 19-1 for the prohibition of marijuana establishments. The vote comes after a special meeting last November when the village council voted 5-0 to approve a resolution to prohibit marijuana establishments within the boundaries […]

Ridge Road project moves forward

By David Fleet Editor Atlas Twp.-On Tuesday, the township board of trustees OK’d a $2,500 bid from Flint based Rowe Professional Services for the scoping/pre-engineering of pathways along both sides of Ridge Road between Green and Hegel roads. The procedure must be completed before any applications are made for grant funding. In December Township Trustee […]

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