Durand Middle School staff and students, with help from Darrel Brown’s fifth-grade links class, celebrated Thanksgiving by giving back to the community. They raised $140 for The American Cancer Society and collected 1,090 canned goods for the Lennon Food Pantry.
New Lothrop kindergarten students have been learning about the past and present in social studies. This week, Amber Whitman’s kindergartners did activities to compare things from the past to now. Students made whipped cream by hand, and taste-tested it against to store-bought whipped cream. …
Minor injuries were reported about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday following a three-vehicle crash at the corner of North Shiawassee and King streets in Owosso. At least one person was transported to the hospital.
Third-grade students from Elsa Meyer Elementary School participated in the First Lego League Jr. competition at Kettering University. in Flint Boomtown Build was the challenge. The team created a handicapped accessible building, environmentally friendly, durable, with a computer code to oper…
Corunna Middle School’s fourth- through sixth-grade team is seen before competing at Kettering. In front are coach Brandon Wagner, Robbie Jackson and Colton Moses. In the middle, from left, are Elliott Carr, Ben Justice, Gavin Schuetz, Harvey Rivette and Emma Combs. In back are Ben Feldpausc…
Elite Early Learning Center in Owosso celebrated “Thankful For Thursday” Nov. 21, which encouraged enrolled children to bring someone to school with them they were thankful to have in their life. Some of the things the children were thankful for included family, tractors, friends, applesauce…
OWOSSO —± The Shiawassee Community Foundation grant applications are open now.
BYRON — Decorative vehicles, parade floats and even old Kris Kringle himself traversed Byron’s downtown Saturday evening as part of the annual Christmas in the Village celebration.
CHESANING — Tanner Williams knows his days as a high school student are fleeting — that’s precisely why he’s determined to make the most of every opportunity.
OWOSSO TWP. — A half a century ago, U.S. Navy corpsman David Bailey was moving through a field in Vietnam with a Marines ambush patrol when enemy forces turned the tables on the Americans, ambushing them instead.
OWOSSO —What’s in a name?
CORUNNA — Bright lights and Christmas music filled the streets of downtown Corunna Friday night as the city kicked off its 26th annual Festival of Trees celebration with the Parade of Lights.
LAINGSBURG — The Laingsburg Educational Advancement Foundation (LEAF) recently elected new officers and added new faces to its board of directors.
CORUNNA — A Bannister man was sentenced Friday to nine months in jail on a charge of false pretenses ($1,000-$20,000) by 35th Circuit Court Judge Matthew Stewart, who called scoring guidelines in the case “almost offensive.”
DURAND — The Durand Area Schools Board of Education is reviewing a $28-million, 30-year bond proposal developed by a citizens committee that would fund the addition of an auxiliary gym, a 600-seat auditorium, as well as district-wide upgrades and repairs to existing facilities.