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Huron Valley schools address budget concerns after millage failure

Ron Peters voted for the facilities millage and has four grandchildren in the Huron Valley School District. “I’m very disappointed that it didn’t pass,” he said. More...

News

Camels race to raise funds for Optimist Club

Camels may serve as a common form of transportation in many parts of the world, but there in town they’re serving another important purpose. More...

Clayborn family launches ‘Get Out The Vote’

Having reliable transportation is important to practically everyone, but reliable transportation is especially important for Drew Clayborn of Commerce Township, a quadriplegic and third year U of M student. More...

Commerce Board approves bid for water storage facility

The Commerce Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $5.3 million contract with RCL Construction for the construction of a 2-million gallon water storage tank near Commerce Township Fire Station No. More...

Huron Valley School District

Hawley to retire after 38 years in Huron Valley

Darline Hawley has taught every grade from second through eighth, with the exception of third, in her 38 years with Huron Valley Schools. She is fourth in seniority in the District, starting Spetember 6, 1977. More...

MHS student named recipient of scholarship

The Highland Equestrian Conservancy, the local land conservation group for the Huron Valley area, has announced Rebecca Fisher of Milford as the recipient of their 2015, $500 scholarship. 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 LaFontaine Family Amphitheater Grand Opening May 28 Entertainment begins at 7 p.m. 50 AMP fuse will perform. More...

Sports

Exciting KLAA season comes to an end

District Play begins this weekend for local teams on the diamond

The KLAA recently concluded the spring season in softball, baseball, soccer and lacrosse. Here is how the local teams fared in each spring sport. Softball More...

Local golfers advance to regionals

The Lakeland and Milford golf teams, along with the top 6 individuals, advanced to the MHSAA regional tournament at the Oak Pointe Golf Course in Brighton last Thursday after finishing in the top six in district play. More...

Special Features

Gluten free or gluten filled?

Everyone is talking about gluten and eating gluten free; what is gluten? More...

How to protect your pets from extreme heat

Extreme heat can be unpleasant for anyone, and pets are no exception. More...

Tips on helping pets cope with storm anxiety

Thunderstorm season is starting and the doctors from BluePearl Veterinary Partners are offering guidance on helping your furry friend feel safe when the skies begin to flash and boom. More...

Milford amphitheater to open tomorrow

Just in time to kick off the Summer Concert Series, the newest addition to Milford’s Central Park, the LaFontaine Family Amphitheater, will officially open tomorrow. More...

Milford celebrates Memorial Day

Left: World War II Staff Sgt. Frank Biondo (age 91) is greeted by his wife Doris at the Memorial Day parade in Milford on Monday, May 25. More...

Obituaries

VIRGINIA MATRISE

Virginia Matrise, a longtime resident of Wolverine Lake, Michigan, died Thursday, April 30, after a short illness in Winter Park, Florida. She was 94 years old. More...

Police/Fire

PUBLIC SAFETY ACTIVITY

Highland Township – Shoplifting More...

Police seeking public’s help in vehicle/pedestrian crash

The Walled Lake Police Department is investigating a vehicle/pedestrian crash on Pontiac Trail and Spring Park Drive (east of Maple Road) and they are seeking the public’s help. More...

One Minute Interview

One minute with WLCSD Elementary Teacher of the Year Martha Rogers

Schoolteachers may not often get the recognition in their career, but some school districts make sure to honor those who are deemed the best on a yearly basis. More...

Education

White Lake student honored by NMU College of Business

Chris Simon of White Lake was among students honored by the Northern Michigan University College of Business at a scholarship and awards breakfast to close out the academic year. More...

Oxbow Elementary presented with grant

The students and staff at Oxbow Elementary in White Lake were presented with a check for $5,000 during an assembly last week. More...

Walled Lake School District

Riley named Administrator of the Year

Stuart Riley, a Walled Lake Schools educator of 22 years, and Walled Lake Outdoor Education Center director, received the PTSA Council Administrator of the Year award at the Walled Lake Schools PTSA Council Installation and Awards event last week. More...

Lakeland High School

Lakeland wins KLAA Lakes Conference Championship, finishes second in league

The Lakeland softball team showed their prowess last Monday after coming from behind three times to win the KLAA Lakes Conference Championship against Howell. More...

Walled Lake Central

Erpelding’s gem, Gottschalk’s 2-Run blast lead Central over South Lyon

Walled Lake Central traveled to South Lyon last Wednesday for the final KLAA crossover game of the season for both teams. With the state playoffs starting this week, both teams used the game to prepare for the upcoming tournament. More...

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