Five-Star Beast Puts Michigan In Top Group
Michigan's 2024 class is already solid with a chance to be special moving into summer official visits.
Albion native discusses 'secret life' in new autobiography 'Wrestling with the Truth'
ALBION — For many years Robert L. Shegog kept parts of his life a secret. The Albion High School alumnus reveals these truths — that he is gay and that he was diagnosed with HIV in 1986 — in his new autobiography, “Wrestling with the Truth.”
Teacher-student team discover story of 'silent hero' Tecumseh WWII pilot
Charles William Wilson is one of the silent heroes of World War II. With humble beginnings in Ridgeway Township and Tecumseh, Wilson grew up to become a lieutenant fighter pilot who lost his life while flying a mission during the Battle of Okinawa. Wilson’s story was recently uncovered by teacher/student...
7 retiring Adrian Public Schools staff members recognized by board of education
ADRIAN — With another school year concluding, school district employees who are set to retire at the end of the year were publicly recognized for their years of service by the Adrian Public Schools Board of Education. Seven retiring Adrian schools staff members, including one educator, three Head Start...
Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy aspires to be Ohio State’s most hated Wolverine ever
After his first season as the Michigan starter, J.J. McCarthy looks to build his legacy as one of the most despised Wolverines of all time in the eyes of Ohio State fans. Overlooked by Ohio State, Michigan’s J.J. McCarthy wants that to remain a huge Buckeyes mistake. McCarthy enters...
Iowa Baseball Reaches B1G Final
Hawkeyes Eliminate Michigan Saturday, Go for It All Sunday
Black Arts Festival celebrates culture, history in Jackson
JACKSON, Mich. (WILX) - The focus of one festival held in Jackson Saturday was to celebrate culture and history. The Southside Festival series kicked off it’s fifth annual summer festival this morning at the Elnora Moorman Plaza. People were able to learn more about the history and culture of...
Summer concerts, car show begins in downtown Jackson
JACKSON, Mich. (WILX) - In downtown Jackson the monthly Cruise-In & Concert began on Friday. The events will be held on the fourth Friday of each month through September. Visitors can cruise into Jackson from 5-8 p.m. to enjoy the long-standing car show on the streets of downtown. A concert...
Only Two Michigan-Based QBs Make ESPN’s Top 75 of 2000s
The state of Michigan just doesn't have the best luck when it comes to quarterback play. Ironically, the greatest quarterback of all time played for the Michigan Wolverines, Tom Brady. Brady didn't enter the league with pomp and praise, instead being drafted 199th overall after his Michigan career was mired with a constant battle with Drew Henson.
In 2nd appearance, Leslie wins 1st Hall of Fame Softball Classic in school history
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - A year ago, the Leslie softball team was just fortunate to be invited to its first ever Greater Lansing Hall of Fame Softball Classic. This year, Rich Bradford’s Blackhawks took that experience and ran with it, as his team steamrolled through this year’s invitational, outscoring their three opponents 20-4, capping it with a 7-1 win over DeWitt Friday night to take their first title in school history.
Dexter Field Event Teams Compete at Livonia Churchill
The Dexter field event teams competed at the Livonia Churchill Invite May 23rd and had a strong showing in the four events. As usual, the Dexter pole vault teams had strong showings. Clark Sheldon won the boy’s pole vault, while Benjamin Sackman and Kaden Korcek both set PR’s and tied...
Grow Jackson Community Garden Day 5-27-23 | Photo Gallery
Grow Jackson Community Garden Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center. 5-27-23. Photos by Sara Scaife, JTV. Grow Jackson Community Garden Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center. 5-27-23. Photos by Sara Scaife, JTV.
Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra hosts free ‘Pop in the Park’ outdoor summer concert
YPSILANTI, MI -- Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra played a free outdoor concert at Riverside Park on Saturday, May 27. Just before the 2 p.m. start time, a couple hundred people gathered in pools of shade, setting up blankets and lawn chairs. Adam Riccinto, the event’s founder and music director, welcomed the...
— “besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. the wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials.”. may, 2023, barton nature area, ann arbor, michigan, usa.
Column: With how close Michigan baseball came, it’s hard not to think about what could’ve been
Monday afternoon, the NCAA Baseball Selection Committee will release the bracket for the road to the 2023 College World Series. Unfortunately for Michigan baseball fans, the Wolverines have a virtually impossible chance at getting a bid, having finished with a .500 record of 28 wins and 28 losses. It can’t...
Chelsea Track and Field Team Split SEC Tri-Meet
The Chelsea track and field teams wrapped up their dual meet season by splitting a SEC White tri-meet with Tecumseh and Ypsilanti that was postponed earlier this season. The boys beat Ypsilanti 104-24 and fell to Tecumseh 73-64 and the girls defeated Ypsilanti 112-24 and fell to the Indians 73-64.
Michigan baseball bounced from Big Ten tournament after second loss to Iowa
OMAHA, Neb. — Ty Langenberg allowed two hits in seven innings, three relievers finished the three-hit shutout, and Iowa advanced to the Big Ten tournament championship game with a 5-0 victory over Michigan on Saturday. Langenberg (6-3) struck out nine batters, walked two and hit one. He allowed one...
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