Rockford (9-2) 85.889 at Clarkston (11-0) 114.667 - S 1:00 PM
Detroit Catholic Central (7-4) 61.952 at Plymouth (9-2) 84.000 - S 1:00 PM
Detroit Cass Tech 21, Saline 14
Lake Orion 51, Macomb Dakota 35
Muskegon (10-1) 106.667 at Midland (11-0) 113.778 - S 1:00 PM
Caledonia 42, Mattawan 28
Birmingham Brother Rice 42, Walled Lake Western 12
Wyandotte Roosevelt 10, Oak Park 6
DeWitt 29, St Johns 27
Grand Rapids Christian (10-1) 101.000 at Stevensville Lakeshore (11-0) 116.444 - S 1:00 PM
Battle Creek Harper Creek 26, Tecumseh 24
Detroit East English (9-2) 85.333 at Orchard Lake St Mary's (9-2) 93.222 - S 1:00 PM
Ogemaw Heights (8-3) 68.444 at Comstock Park (10-1) 85.444 - S 1:00 PM
Grand Rapids South Christian 38, Three Rivers 14
Saginaw Swan Valley 35, Croswell-Lexington 13
Grosse Ile (10-1) 80.000 at Detroit Country Day (9-2) 83.889 - S 2:00 PM
Clare (9-2) 70.778 at Menominee (10-1) 97.111 - S 2:00 PM
Grand Rapids West Catholic 21, Newaygo 7
Flint Powers Catholic 45, Portland 28
River Rouge (11-0) 74.000 at Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard (10-1) 88.778 - S 1:00 PM
Shelby (9-2) 71.889 at Negaunee (10-1) 76.944 - S 1:00 PM
Ithaca 31, Montrose Hill-McCloy 0
Constantine 49, Hillsdale 35
Monroe St Mary Catholic Central (9-2) 71.000 at Grass Lake (10-1) 76.333 - F 7:00 PM
Lake City (10-1) 62.222 at Ishpeming (10-1) 70.444 - S 1:00 PM
Pewamo-Westphalia (8-3) 52.222 at Decatur (9-2) 56.667 - S 1:00 PM
Britton Deerfield Schools (8-3) 52.111 at Detroit Loyola (11-0) 96.000 - S 1:00 PM at Bishop Foley HS
Flint Beecher 19, Saginaw Nouvel 15
St Ignace La Salle 26, Felch North Dickinson 20
Beal City 49, Johannesburg-Lewiston 16
Muskegon Catholic Central (8-3) 54.698 at Mendon (11-0) 80.222 - S 1:00 PM
Waterford Our Lady (9-2) 66.333 at Harbor Beach (10-1) 69.222 - S 1:00 PM
Bellaire ((8-3) 44.181 at Rapid River (10-1) 45.889 S 2:00 PM
Deckerville (10-1) 61.333 at Portland St Patrick (11-0) 62.222 S 3:00 PM @ Portland HS
Ag Forum: Cider pressing on the move
Geissberger Farmhouse Cider has gone mobile. This cidery in Clarington, Ontario, is keeping up with the times by providing a mobile cider pressing service to Durham region farmers and farm markets.Continued ...
West prevails, Central falls
Traverse City West scored two unanswered goals in the third period Friday to win at Calumet 3-1. Meanwhile at Hancock, the host Bulldogs bolted out to a 3-0 lead and then held off Traverse City Central 6-4.Continued ...
Letters to the Editor: 12/07/2013
Where are the blowers?; Things will happen.Continued ...
'Messiah Sing' ushers in TC holiday season
David MacDougall considers himself the kind of singer who sounds better singing with a crowd than on his own.Continued ...
Sewer plant fix up for debate
City and township sewer users could face significant rate increases over the next three years to replace treatment plant components that convert sewage into near-drinkable water.Continued ...
Rob Ford: Spread holiday cheer with eye contact
‘Whatever you do, don’t make eye contact” I said to myself. “It’s OK to look at your hands, look at your shoes, look at his beard or look at anything else, but just don’t make eye contact.”Continued ...
Girls Basketball Roundup: Frankfort tops TCSF in Challenge
Guards Pauline Lausten and Shayla Soto led Frankfort to a 42-38 girls basketball win over St. Francis in the Lake Michigan-Northwest Challenge here Friday night. (Plus more)Continued ...
In old ruling, judge ruled DNA not essential
Accusations that Jason Anthony Ryan raped and killed Kalkaska resident Geraldine Montgomery in 1996 came about because a group that works to exonerate convicted criminals through DNA evidence took an interest in the case.Continued ...
Body&Soul in Brief: 12/07/2013
"Pangea's 4 Peace" fundraiser; Parkinson's Support Group Christmas party; Christmas cookie sale; and more.Continued ...
Police chief woes continue
Frankfort city officials must renew their search for a police chief after their top pick dropped out.Continued ...
More property owners sue over Boardman flooding
A new group of Boardman River property owners is suing over flooding caused by removal of the Brown Bridge Dam.Continued ...
Blood Drive Calendar: 12/07/2013
Where to donate blood in the region:Continued ...
Drug charge dropped
Authorities dismissed a felony drug charge against a Traverse City man accused of possessing a designer drug.Continued ...
Body&Soul Newsmakers: 12/07/2013
People in the news:Continued ...
Community in Brief: 12/07/2013
Child care for holiday shoppers; old-time country dance.Continued ...
Education Newsmakers: 12/07/2013
The following local graduating seniors were named Kiwanis Club of Traverse City Students of the Month:Continued ...
Bullough, Sadler earn honors
Michigan State senior linebacker Max Bullough and junior punter Mike Sadler have been named to the Capital One Division I Academic All-America first team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).Continued ...
- Saturday, November 30, 2013
Letters to the Editor: 11/30/2013
Best salute possible; Global action needed.Continued ...
Blood Drives 11/30/2013
Where to give blood in the region.Continued ...
Traverse City repairman goes 'above and beyond' to save Thanksgiving Day
TRAVERSE CITY -- On Thanksgiving, the Donohue family gave thanks for what they normally take for granted: running water. And they gave special thanks to Doyle Berg, the man who was able to get their faucets flowing again. "It was just a really awesomContinued ...
Body and Soul in Brief 11/30/2013
Cookie sale; Advent Quiet Time service; Cookie Walk; Christmas Festival; and more.Continued ...
- Friday, November 29, 2013
Community in Brief 11/30/2013
Pancake dinner; nutrition seminar; holiday concerts; Benzie Community Emergency Response Team re-organizing; and more.Continued ...
- Saturday, November 23, 2013
Letters to the Editor: 11/23/2013
Listen to the people; More nuclear, please; Detroit has moved north.Continued ...
Apple crop sets records
The Michigan apply industry set new shipment records in October, and that’s no surprise to northern Michigan apple farmers.Continued ...
Ring Those Bells: Goal is $196K by Christmas Day
Tom Mountz rang his first bell for the Salvation Army as a little boy with his granfather downstate in the mid-1950s.Continued ...
- Ag Forum: Cider pressing on the move