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Caro Middle School robotics team taking part in FIRST worldwide competition

Caro Middle School robotics team taking part in FIRST worldwide competition

By Andrea McBride Staff Writer CARO — Caro Middle School’s new extracurricular activity has students challenging their minds like never before. The robotics team, comprised of 12 students and two… Read more »

Black Hawk Down soldier retired Col. Danny McKnight to take part in Saginaw Spirit’s Military Appreciation Night in Saginaw

Black Hawk Down soldier retired Col. Danny McKnight to take part in Saginaw Spirit’s Military Appreciation Night in Saginaw

By Bill Petzold Editor SAGINAW — When retired U.S. Army Col. Danny McKnight speaks, he keeps it real. McKnight will be a featured speaker and will be signing copies of… Read more »

BUMPER CROP: Michigan Sugar Company facing problem of too many sugar beets

BUMPER CROP: Michigan Sugar Company facing problem of too many sugar beets

THUMB AREA — Apparently there can really be too much of a good thing — that’s the problem facing Michigan Sugar Company. This year’s sugar beet crop is so good… Read more »

Watrousville United Methodist Church hosting open house to celebrate building expansion project, new elevator

Watrousville United Methodist Church hosting open house to celebrate building expansion project, new elevator

By Tom Gilchrist Staff Writer WATROUSVILLE — It’s not every day that workers install an elevator in this hamlet along M-81, but visitors to the Watrousville United Methodist Church can… Read more »

Caro Community Schools superintendent aims to make school marketable to potential students

Caro Community Schools superintendent aims to make school marketable to potential students

By Andrea McBride Staff Writer CARO — Positivity is what Superintendent Mike Joslyn wants to emphasize about Caro Community Schools. Since he assumed the superintendent position in July, Joslyn has… Read more »

Plan to house Central American immigrants in Vassar ‘on hold’

Plan to house Central American immigrants in Vassar ‘on hold’

By Tom Gilchrist Staff Writer VASSAR — Wolverine Human Services’ plan to house up to 120 Central American immigrant children and teenagers here is “on hold,” according to the principal… Read more »

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