Go Team Therapy Dogs, offer a paw to make a difference in classrooms

Go Team Therapy Dogs, offer a paw to make a difference in classrooms

Lee Elizondo petting Sky the therapy dog at Brandon High School. Photo: Patrick McAbee.   By Shelby Stewart-Soldan Staff Writer Brandon Twp. — Sky and Luna are on a mission to bring joy to students. “The dogs give off so much love and happiness,” said Michelle Look, the handler for Sky and Luna. “It’s nice […]

Santa Claus set to arrive at Goodrich Downtown Christmas

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich— From 5-8 p.m., Dec. 7, Santa Claus will return to Goodrich Downtown Christmas. Santa is expected to be seeking both the naughty and nice during the evening. “The annual downtown Christmas event will be bigger and more festive than ever this year,” said Jenny McKenzie, event coordinator “There’s plenty new activities to kick […]

Former Groveland Township Fire Chief retires

By Hannah Ball Tri-County Times Holly — Surrounded by family, friends and industry professionals, Holly Village Fire Chief Steve McGee said goodbye to the fire service on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at the Holly Village Fire Department. McGee is retiring after more than 49 years in fire emergency service. “I have over 49 years of service and […]

School district joins social media addiction lawsuits

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich — On Monday night the Goodrich School Board voted 7-0 to join nationwide litigation against Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Tik Tok and other social media platforms, asserting the companies targeted minors to maximize profits despite knowing the severe detrimental effects social media use causes to minors. California-based Frantz Law Group, will […]

Preliminary village sewer engineering plan outlined

By Shelby Stewart-Soldan Staff Writer Ortonville — During the regular Monday night meeting, the Ortonville Village Council were given a presentation of the preliminary sewer study by Rowe Engineering. “The sewer study we did is more of an update,” said Scott Hemeyer of Rowe Professional Services. “There were previous sewer studies, and the most recent […]

Village CDBG funds OK’d for childcare, sidewalks

By Shelby Stewart-Soldan Staff Writer Ortonville — During the regular Monday night meeting, the Ortonville village council voted unanimously to allocate $3,500 of their 2024 Community Development Block Grant funds to childcare services and $4,501 to sidewalks. “We can only give 15% of our funds to any public service, to public service in total,” said […]

Jewell new Martian Wrestling head coach

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich — It’s been just over eight months since a stellar 32-1 wrestling season ended for the Goodrich Martians in the Division 2 State Finals championship with a loss. On Dec. 6, the 2023-24 the Martians open the season when the Swartz Creek Dragons visit Goodrich. The first meet will also be […]

Goodrich Cemetery arch erected

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich — A new arch was erected earlier this fall at the entrance of the historic Goodrich Cemetery. Through a variety of fundraisers and donations, the Goodrich Historic Goodrich Cemetery Association directed the construction of an arch 18 feet high and 14 feet wide at the entrance of the cemetery. “Fundraising […]

A time for giving

A time for giving

Stephanie Bates with Wes D. and Wyatt W. counting cans at Reid Elementary for their canned food drive. Bates’ class had the most canned goods with 411. Photo: Patrick McAbee.

Growing cases of malicious destruction of property

By Shelby Stewart-Soldan Staff Writer Brandon Twp. — The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Brandon Substation is warning residents of a number of cases of malicious destruction of property in Brandon Township. “We are getting hit with a rash of malicious destruction of property in the southeast corner of the township, in the Clarkston Lakes and […]

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