Calendar



Have an upcoming activity or event planned? Drop us a line at: The Banner, 4241 Main St. P. O. Box 250, Brown City MI 48416 or call 810-346-2753 or email bcbanner@mihomepaper. com May 17 The Brown City School Board will meet at 7 p.m. in the Educational Service Room. Free Woman’s Health Event at Curves of Capac at 7 p.m. […]

Birthdays



We are updating our Birthdays List, call 810- 346-2753 to add a name or to make any changes. May 17 • Tim Kipp • Eric Klee • Sarah Blatt • Annette Sager • Rachel Cummings May 18 • Sharon Muma • Nick Kowalewski • James Hall May 19 • Austin Kalbfleisch • Bill Woodall • Doris Kaufman • Pauline Hoffman […]

Hydrant flushing underway




BROWN CITY — Brown City residents will want to be careful about doing their wash this week. The city Department of Public Works will be flushing hydrants from Monday, May 17 through Friday, May 21. That means residents should avoid washing white and light-colored clothing during the day while the hydrants are being flushed to avoid rust and other stains. […]

Making a difference



Players sought for alumni football game against Dryden




BROWN CITY — Wanted: Former Brown City High School football players who want another chance to play. An alumni football game that pits Brown City against Dryden will be held during Brown City Days on Saturday, June 5 at 4 p.m. Scott Banks is coaching for the Brown City team, while Brown City alumnus Brian Tresnak will be the coach […]

High school graduation dates set for ceremonies




Spring is upon us and so is the graduation season. High school diplomas will be passed out to seniors in Peck and Yale during commencements on Sunday, May 23, while those in Brown City and Marlette will receive their certificates during ceremonies on Sunday, May 30. In Peck, the Junior-Senior High Awards Night will be held on Wednesday, May 19. […]

Brown City Students of the Week



The Brown City Lower Elementary Student of the Week is first grader Jennifer Moore. She is the daughter of Tom and Vicki Moore. Teacher Jackie Bush chose her because, “Jennifer has been a wonderful first grader. She has developed into an outstanding reader and has earned over 150 AR points this year. Jennifer writes awesome stories in her journal and […]

A success



LRMC to offer free screening for depression

May is National Mental Health Month

LAPEER — May is National Mental Health Month. To bring awareness of mental health issues, Lapeer County Community Mental Health (CMH), together with Lapeer Regional Medical Center (LRMC) will offer a free depression screening from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, May 24, at the Great Lakes Cancer Institute – Lapeer. Depression is a serious medical illness that comes in many […]

SC4 class registration still open



PECK — Registration is still open for spring and summer classes at St. Clair County Community College. The college is offering accelerated day, evening and online courses in accounting, astronomy, biology, broadcasting, business, computers, English, math, political science, psychology and other subjects. Students can earn college credit or take courses for personal enrichment. The six-week spring session begins the week […]