September 24, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Nothing Short of a Miracle’

Health of survivor of tragic boating accident improving

It’s been 14 months since the horrific boating accident on Sylvan Lake. More...

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Events

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One Minute Interview

Huron Valley State Bank keeps it local

The following are excerpts from an interview with Huron Valley State Bank President Jack Shubitowski. Businesses are created every day across the world. More...

Huron Valley School District

Huron Valley Schools to kick off first winter coat drive next week

Will you share the warmth this winter? “Warming the Valley”, the first annual district-wide donation drive for winter coats, will kick off in Huron Valley Schools next week. More...

Community Calendar - Post your event

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Please forward Community Events to roxanneschepansky@scnmail.com. Find more Community Calendar online at www.spinalcolumnonline.com

Lakeland’s 30 Year Class Reunion September 27 On September 27 at the White Lake Inn will be the Lakeland High School class of 1984 reunion at 7 p.m. Just a casual event; no need to R.S.V.P. More...

Lakeland High School

Third Annual Lakeland Pink Out raises $4,500

The third annual Pink Out football game was a huge success Friday night at Lakeland High School. Through a series of fundraisers throughout the week and an enthusiastic crowd, the Pink Out raised $4,500. More...

Waza Track Club shines at AAU Junior Olympics

Several local runners from the WAZA Track Club participated in the AAU Junior Olympics National Championship Track and Field meet last month in Iowa. There were 22 Oakland County athletes running in the prestigious event. More...

Four Years Strong The Tradition Continues

W4W Don the Pink Out Jerseys to Stomp Out Cancer

Walled Lake Western High School and the Western Warriors football team, with the support of the Walled Lake Consolidated School District will host the Fourth Annual "Warriors for Warriors" (W4W) cancer fundraising event on Sept. More...

Your questions are still needed for September 30 candidate meet, greet

Residents’ questions are still needed for a meet and greet with political candidates in Highland Township next week. The Highland Adult Activity Center is hosting the event, which is scheduled for September 30. More...

Milford filmmaker to premiere second film next month

“A Horse Called Bear,” a new movie produced by Milford resident Penny Carlisi, gallops into a local theater this October. When Carlisi wanted to produce a movie, she looked at her resources for ideas. More...

 

 

 

News

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Send your letters to letters@scnmail.com

Dear Editor, In regards to T.S.O.’s letter in the September 17 issue, I agree 100 percent. Our roads are a complete disappointment! More...

How ‘bout them apples?

Cider mill openings a sign of the fall season

If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, just think of what a gallon of cider can do for you. More...

BUSINESS BRIEFS

Solar King LLC bringing green technology to Commerce More...

Walled Lake School District

Walled Lake Schools nearing completion of Phase I of bond projects

A mixture of Safety, Security and Technology Bond’s first phase and Building Site Sinking Fund (BSSF) projects kept Walled Lake Consolidated School District occupied this summer. More...

Sports

Week 5 football preview

Week 5 of fall football kicks off on Friday night with a number of key games in the KLAA plus the annual showdown between Catholic Central and Brother Rice. More...

Walled Lake Northern

WL Northern Soccer Team Claims Victory Over Lakeland, Kettering

The Walled Lake Northern soccer team played like the number three ranked soccer team in Division 1 that they are this week as the Knights won two games to improve their record to 6-0 in the tough KLAA North Division. More...