March 25, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Wolverine Lake family, community teaming up to fight opiate epidemic

One Wolverine Lake family is teaming up to fight back against the growing opiate epidemic that is sweeping across western Oakland County. More...

One Minute Interview

St. Mary’s of Milford parishioner discusses anniversary celebrations

When settlers came to Michigan – specifically, the Milford area in the 1800s, there was a strong Catholic influence among them. More...

Community Calendar - Post your event

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Please forward Community Events to insidesales@scnmail.com. Find more Community Calendar online at www.spinalcolumnonline.com Information Night at the Highland Township Activity Center More...

Lakeland High School

Lakeland’s Josh Heath wins power lifting state championship

Lakeland High School senior Josh Heath won the Michigan High School Powerlift- ing Association (MHSPLA) championship in the 123 weight class division in a very challenging field of seven other powerlift- ers Saturday, March 14 at Montrose High School More...

Special Features

Spring seeding and fertilizing schedule

Restoring lawns and gardens back to their pre-winter glory is high on many a homeowner’s landscaping to-do list. In much of the country, the best times to tackle lawn projects are when temperatures are moderate, like in spring and fall. More...

Recognize safety hazards during yard work

Attention, all green thumbs - and the bodies attached to them: It’s nearly time to get down and dirty in the garden. More...

Keep pests away from entertaining areas

Outdoor entertaining is one of the joys of nicer weather. People routinely gather on the patio or around the pool when the weather warms up, and such recreational activities can foster companionship and reduce stress. More...

WL Central magic run ends in quarterfinal loss

WL Central’s magic run ended Tuesday night as the Vikings lost to Saginaw Arthur Hill 78-59 in a quarter-final game. More...

Cooley Lake Inn liquor license decision extended two weeks

After two hours of questioning to the new property owner, the Commerce Township Board of Trustees delayed a decision on the transfer of the Cooley Lake Inn liquor license. More...

Game Show Fever 2015 to support Special Olympics

Several Huron Valley business owners are joining forces to support a good cause. Nine businesses have banned together to participate in the first annual Game Show Fever on April 17 to benefit Special Olympics-Team Huron Valley. More...

News

White Lake Board approves grant application for Hidden Pines Park

Members of the White Lake Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved the submission of an application to the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) for improvements to Hidden Pines Park at their meeting on Tuesday, March 17. More...

Wolverine Lake entrepreneur creates healthy treat

It was one of those days. Tom Morse was running errands and a quick trip to the bank was on the to do list. The teller offered his children a lollipop and that’s when his daughter, Alina, spoke up remembering what her parents had taught her. More...

White Lake fire sergeant named township’s first fire marshal

White Lake Fire Department Sergeant John Holland has been named White Lake Township’s first fire marshal. He was officially sworn into office during a board of trustees meeting last week. More...

Walled Lake Central

WL Central wins March Madness thriller to seal regional championship

High school basketball fans were treated to a March Madness thriller as Walled Lake Central beat Holly 73-71 in Holly Wednesday, March 18. More...

Walled Lake Central gymnast bids farewell with final competition appearance

On March 7 Walled Lake Central hosted the 2015 Gymnastics Regional Championships. Walled Lake Central junior Marie Getzen placed 5th on beam at the regional meet. More...

Events

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