A Fenton couple is thankful, grateful, and exhausted after they were reunited with their 3-year-old dog, Midas.
This is the fourth in a series of articles aimed at defining boards and commissions, learning the names of their hard-working volunteers, their major past accomplishments and what they have planned for the near future.
“Class size is important for the students and the teachers,” said Linden Community Schools Superintendent Russ Ciesielski. “We feel that the teacher-student ratio is an important factor in the educational success of our students.”
It was a big bonus when the Fenton varsity wrestling team got seven wrestlers out of districts, earning a chance to compete in regional action at Gaylord High School, Saturday.