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Time running out for candidates who want on ballot for mayoral jobs in 2019 Flint, Burton races
Only two weekends now remain before signatures need to be turned in for mayoral races in Genesee County's two biggest cities — Flint and Burton. Two political veterans have turned in a sufficient number of signatures to be on Burton's ballot where incumbent Mayor Paula Zelenko announced on Monday night that she won't be seeking re-election. That was the word Friday from Genesee County Clerk John Gleason. "Duane Haskins and Danny Wells will be on the August ballot in Burton," Gleason said. "Nobody wants to be mayor yet over in Flint.". READ MORE
Click above to hear a replay of Friday's episode of The Morning Gazette Radio Show with award-winning investigative reporter Mike Killbreath. He serves as a watchdog over your tax dollars and spreads a little Metro Flint Pride every weekday live at 8 am on CCNRADIO.net.
Long-time community leader Dick Kraft
Community leader, prominent businessman, former President for Flint Area Chamber of Commerce passes away at 91
CHELSEA (CCN) — Mike Killbreath, President of the Flint Area Chamber of Commerce, made a sad announcement today that a long-time community leader has passed away. Dick Kraft died Friday at Kresge Healthcare & Rehab Center at age 91.
Details about a “Celebration of Life” event will be announced later for Kraft who was a prominent Flint businessman for more than 50 years.READ MORE
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Click above to hear the last episode for The Daily Gazette Sports Weekend Show with Mike Killbreath. He's an award-winning sports columnist with a long history of championship ways in the local Flint area coaching ranks of baseball, basketball, ice hockey and roller hockey. He counts 5 state championships along with numerous regional, league and tournament championships. Mike's 3-hour tour through the world of sports every Saturday is the longest running local sports show on local radio.
Click above to hear Tuesday's episode for The Daily Gazette Sports Night Show with Executive Editor Mike Killbreath and his team of Sports Writers at The Daily Gazette. The one-hour program airs every weeknight at 6 o'clock, and often includes an opportunity for listeners to call and voice their opinions on the latest sports world topics.