Here comes May

As I write this, the weather has warmed, and the tulips are starting their annual show. April’s weather is always unpredictable, but after some of last month’s sleet and snow, we are all ready for some sunshine and warmer May weather! Signs of spring are everywhere—the grass is greening, magnolias and dogwoods are blossoming, and hummingbirds and orioles have been sighted in Michigan. That sure feels good!

We are proud of this issue that spotlights our spring student athletes. We have included news from our area schools, interesting features, and the usual columns you have come to expect. Several new writers have also joined our efforts and we appreciate their skills, interests and efforts.

Schoolcraft Community Library is hiring

Visit their website at for more information.

Schoolcraft School’s Superhero Crusade for Kindness Parade

This event will be held on May 11. The parade steps off at 3:45 at the front of the 7th-12th building, lead by the Superhero Golden Eagle Marching Band, Girls on the Run teams, followed by the superheroes, the parade will roll down to 14th street, turn right on Clay Street, where the superheroes will take their places on the soccer field.

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