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Soccer coach Army bound

From the Goodrich soccer fields to the battle fields of Iraq—Ryan Pfeiffer—the head coach for the Martian JV boys' soccer team had a slight change of plans "I had every intention of coaching for the boys again this year but as the season started I was notified that I had been accepted to Army Flight School and I still needed to go to Military Intelligence School, said Pfeiffer....more >>

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Dayten Ray Thompson Dayten Ray Thompson celebrated his first birthday Aug. 21 with his family and lots of friends. Dayten is the son of Kelly and Josh Thompson of Ortonville. Big sister is Kayla and big brother is Micah....more >>
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90th Birthday, Florence Bowren Rader

Florence Bowren Rader celebrated her 90th birthday Wednesday with family and friends. Florence was born Aug. 25, 1920, in Groveland Township, still resides here, and enjoys crocheting....more >>

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Take that, Wildcat!

The Dragons engage in their traditional victory celebration with fans after Friday's 45-6 blowout victory over Oxford. See this week's print edition, or check out our Facebook page for more photos from the game....more >>
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Born February 10th
1902: Walter Brattain, physicist, one of the inventors of the transistor.
1910: Dominique Georges Pire, Belgian cleric and educator.
1914: Larry Adler, harmonica virtuoso.
1920: Alex Comfort, English physician and author (Joy of Sex).
1927: (Mary Violet) Leontyne Price, opera singer.
February 10th
in history
1763: The Treaty of Paris ends the French-Indian War. France gives up all her territories in the New World except New Orleans and a few scattered islands.
1799: Napoleon Bonaparte leaves Cairo, Egypt, for Syria, at the head of 13,000 men.
1814: Napoleon personally directs lightning strikes against enemy columns advancing toward Paris, beginning with a victory over the Russians at Champaubert.
1840: Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert.
1846: Led by religious leader Brigham Young, the first Mormons begin a long westward exodus from Nauvoo, Il., to Utah.