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Colon Schools have two candidates

Colon Community Schools officials have whittled their list of top administrative candidates from three to two. Victor Bungi and Mike Corey made the final cut following a day-long session of meetings Tuesday with committees and the district’s board of education. Candidate Drew Bordner was eliminated Tuesday. Bungi, of Gladstone, is curriculum and instruction supervisor for the Delta/Schoolcraft Intermediate School District ... Read More »

Logan to be superintendent

Roger Rathburn’s likely replacement as superintendent of Three Rivers Community Schools is a familiar face to the district. Jean Logan, who has served as Three Rivers High School principal since the 2010-11 academic year, was offered the district’s top post Monday. Logan, 48, was one of two finalists. She and Gary Wood, superintendent of Mio-Au Sable Schools, were chosen as ... Read More »

Three finalists for Colon

A trio of finalists for the superintendent’s job at Colon Community Schools will be interviewed this evening. Victor Bungi, Drew Bordner and Mike Corey were selected last week from a field of seven prospects to undergo second interviews and site visits. The first of the three interviews will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Colon High School’s media center. Site visits ... Read More »

Stewart named to All-State

Sturgis High School’s Chance Stewart was named a member of the Class B All-State basketball team by the Michigan Associated Press. Stewart, who has signed a letter of intent to play football for Western Michigan University in the fall, was a Class B honorable-mention basketball recipient a year ago. Stewart is second in career scoring leaders for the Trojans and ... Read More »

Hurst accepted to Air Force Academy

Congressman Fred Upton has announced that Schoolcraft resident Thomas Hurst has been accepted to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. Upton recommended Hurst for selection to the service academy and has personally congratulated him on the appointment. Hurst is the son of Edward and JoAnn Hurst. Hurst’s older sister, Chloe, is also attending the Air Force ... Read More »

Adopting a new calendar for school

A decision by Constantine Public Schools to adopt a so-called balanced calendar would be made only after an exhaustive review and considerable public input. For now, Superintendent Chuck Frisbie told a crowd of about two dozen people Wednesday, the concept is still just a proposal and remains in the discussion stage. If the measure is endorsed, it would begin no ... Read More »