Stockbridge Community News

Stockbridge Community News The official page for the Stockbridge Community News paper. The Stockbridge Community News is a Michigan nonprofit organization operated entirely by an unpaid, volunteer board of directors.
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Our print and online newsletter is free to all members of the community and available to the general public. Proceeds beyond one year’s operating expenses will be donated to a 501(c)(3) charity or equivalent of the Board’s choice.

Mission: To promote the common good and general welfare of residents in the
local Stockbridge, Munith, Gregory and Fitchburg community through the collection and dissemination of local educational news and social- benefit information.

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Stockbridge Community News - Cross Country Teams Run Hard at Webberville
09/27/2020
Cross Country Teams Run Hard at Webberville

Stockbridge Community News - Cross Country Teams Run Hard at Webberville

The Stockbridge cross country teams took part in the Webberville Spartan Invitational and the Panther girls came home with a second place finish, while the boys finished fourth. The girls finished with 46 points in the Division 3/4 race, finishing behind GLAC foe Lansing Christian with 30 points. Ne...

Stockbridge Community News - Soccer Falls to Perry on Senior Night
09/27/2020
Soccer Falls to Perry on Senior Night

Stockbridge Community News - Soccer Falls to Perry on Senior Night

The Stockbridge soccer team celebrated Senior night for seven athletes September 23rd, but came up on the short end of a 4-2 decision at the hands of Perry. The game was evenly played by both teams as the Panthers and Ramblers both had quality chances in the early going. Perry broke through

Stockbridge Community News - STOCKBRIDGE COMMUNITY OUTREACH TEMPORARY DONATION POLICY 9/23/20
09/26/2020
STOCKBRIDGE COMMUNITY OUTREACH TEMPORARY DONATION POLICY 9/23/20

Stockbridge Community News - STOCKBRIDGE COMMUNITY OUTREACH TEMPORARY DONATION POLICY 9/23/20

A lot of people are wondering if we are accepting donations of used clothing and household goods yet. While we had hoped to open up donations to the public earlier, the response to the Lakewood fire was so great that we are still processing it, with a minimal volunteer staff. Monday,

Stockbridge Community News - Girl Scout initiative culminates with crosswalk renovations at Clinton and Elizabeth street...
09/25/2020
Girl Scout initiative culminates with crosswalk renovations at Clinton and Elizabeth streets

Stockbridge Community News - Girl Scout initiative culminates with crosswalk renovations at Clinton and Elizabeth streets

by Patrice Johnson Pass by the school crosswalk at Elizabeth and S. Clinton streets, and no doubt you will notice quality new renovations. But do you know the story behind how these improvements came about? The backstory is as impressive as the renovations themselves. Last June, Chief of Police John...

Stockbridge Community News - Stockbridge boys and girls cross country teams finish second at Lakewood GLAC Jamboree
09/25/2020
Stockbridge boys and girls cross country teams finish second at Lakewood GLAC Jamboree

Stockbridge Community News - Stockbridge boys and girls cross country teams finish second at Lakewood GLAC Jamboree

The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams competed well at the 1st GLAC Jamboree in Lakewood. Both teams finished in 2nd place. Rylee Tolson was the overall winner for the girls race. Brandon Howlett and Julianna Debozy each ran personal best times.

Stockbridge Community News - Seven activities to-do this Fall during the COVID-19 pandemic
09/25/2020
Seven activities to-do this Fall during the COVID-19 pandemic

Stockbridge Community News - Seven activities to-do this Fall during the COVID-19 pandemic

by Hope Salyer It’s no secret to anyone who knows me that Fall is my favorite time of year. It sets up the holiday season, and by the end of August, I’m ready for some chilly nights and pumpkin spice. Normally, I’d be gearing up for Halloween and trick-or-treaters, pumpkin patch

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square ~ September 25
09/25/2020
The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square ~ September 25

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square ~ September 25

The produce available at the Market this week includes: sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, cabbage, onions, garlic, watermelon, apples and more! Also, the Market will have frozen meat, cheese, honey, eggs, maple syrup, bread, pies, baked goods, cookies, homemade soaps, herbal items, candles, f...

Stockbridge Community News - FROM CADL STOCKBRIDGE
09/24/2020
FROM CADL STOCKBRIDGE

Stockbridge Community News - FROM CADL STOCKBRIDGE

by Head Librarian Sherri McConnell A reoccurring theme in current events is diversity and inclusion. Among library staff that includes authors and book topics. To encourage community conversations in areas like poverty, social justice and Hispanic American voices, CADL is sponsoring the Read Woke Ch...

Stockbridge Community News - The amazing walking stick
09/23/2020
The amazing walking stick

Stockbridge Community News - The amazing walking stick

article and photo by Rose Collison Walking Sticks are long and slow-moving insects that look like sticks, twigs or branches. Males tend to be smaller than females. The colors are usually brown and green, but may be gray or shades of red. Males usually have wings, but females are most likely

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
09/23/2020
SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

Home » SRSLY » Stockbridge » SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR September 23, 2020 Mary Krummrey 0 SRSLY, Stockbridge, Previous: In keeping with the season: An autumn reading list About The Author Mary Krummrey Leave...

Stockbridge Community News - In keeping with the season: An autumn reading list
09/23/2020
In keeping with the season: An autumn reading list

Stockbridge Community News - In keeping with the season: An autumn reading list

by Jenna Chapman Leaves are changing and temperatures are dropping; what better time to look up a good book? Fall is my favorite time of year! I could read books that remind me of this season all the time, but there is something special about pairing my reads with the colors

Stockbridge Community News - October's 'Where's Waldo' mystery location
09/23/2020
October's 'Where's Waldo' mystery location

Stockbridge Community News - October's 'Where's Waldo' mystery location

Think you know the area? Each month SCN photographer Rose Collison is selecting a mystery location within Stockbridge School District. Names of readers who correctly identify the subject of the photo will be entered into a drawing, and one overall winner will be selected. October's winner will recei...

Stockbridge Community News - Stockbridge trails don’t groom themselves
09/21/2020
Stockbridge trails don’t groom themselves

Stockbridge Community News - Stockbridge trails don’t groom themselves

by Mary Jo David If the activity and vehicles at the trailheads are any indication, trails around Stockbridge have become quite popular, and people are getting out and enjoying nature a lot more. But trails don’t groom themselves. Thankfully, three local residents of Stockbridge—Clair and Linda ...

Sponsored Ad―Stockbridge Community News - AMY CHIMNER OF GREGORY WINS SEPTEMBER’S GARDEN OF THE MONTH
09/20/2020
AMY CHIMNER OF GREGORY WINS SEPTEMBER’S GARDEN OF THE MONTH

Sponsored Ad―Stockbridge Community News - AMY CHIMNER OF GREGORY WINS SEPTEMBER’S GARDEN OF THE MONTH

by Joan Tucker Dear Readers, Congratulations to Amy Chimner of Gregory, garden winner for September. A judge writes, “Vegetable gardening can be easy and beautiful with these practical raised beds. Lush plants of corn, cabbage, cucumbers and basil―to name a few―are thriving in a contained envi...

Stockbridge Community News - National Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Area family's 1977 tragedy changed laws on dome...
09/20/2020
National Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Area family's 1977 tragedy changed laws on domestic violence

Stockbridge Community News - National Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Area family's 1977 tragedy changed laws on domestic violence

by Tina Cole-Mullins First of two parts On March 9, 1977, I heard a knock on our door and voices. My childlike curiosity led me to leave the warm security of my bed. Walking quietly down the hallway to the living room, my sleep-filled eyes struggled to focus and I saw it was

Stockbridge Community News - StockBIZ: Real estate shortage is being felt in Stockbridge and beyond
09/20/2020
StockBIZ: Real estate shortage is being felt in Stockbridge and beyond

Stockbridge Community News - StockBIZ: Real estate shortage is being felt in Stockbridge and beyond

by Mary Jo David Drive around Stockbridge and surrounding areas and you see plenty of political signs this month, but what you don’t see are many FOR SALE signs. A recent discussion with a Stockbridge resident prompted this month’s column focusing on the shortage of available real estate in the ...

Stockbridge Community News - Soccer Off to Slow Start
09/20/2020
Soccer Off to Slow Start

Stockbridge Community News - Soccer Off to Slow Start

The Stockbridge soccer team has had a slow start to the 2020 battling injuries over the first two weeks of the season starting the season with an 0-5 record. The Panthers have been playing shorthanded with just one player on the bench due to injuries. With the late start of the season

Stockbridge Community News - Volleyball Picks Up First Win of Season
09/20/2020
Volleyball Picks Up First Win of Season

Stockbridge Community News - Volleyball Picks Up First Win of Season

The Stockbridge volleyball team picked up its first win of the season after four losses last week as the Panthers won on of three matches at the East Jackson quad Thursday, September 17. The Panthers defeated the host Trojans in three sets 25-22, 23-25, 25-16 for their first win of the

Stockbridge Community News - Panthers Roll Over Comstock in Opener
09/19/2020
Panthers Roll Over Comstock in Opener

Stockbridge Community News - Panthers Roll Over Comstock in Opener

It was a long time coming, but the Stockbridge football teams finally opened the 2020 football season in impressive fashion, rolling over the visitors from Comstock 47-21 Friday, September 18. The Panthers started slow as Comstock took an 7-0 lead with a two-yard TD run in the first quarter. Riley K...

Stockbridge Community News - PAUL DOBOS, DDS FAMILY DENTISTRY—WE WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUR DENTAL NEEDS
09/18/2020
PAUL DOBOS, DDS FAMILY DENTISTRY—WE WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUR DENTAL NEEDS

Stockbridge Community News - PAUL DOBOS, DDS FAMILY DENTISTRY—WE WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUR DENTAL NEEDS

Our goal, in addition to providing exceptional dentistry, is to treat every patient as a family member. My staff and I are like-minded and adhere to very high standards of care. We use only the best dental materials and the laboratories we employ are either local or Michigan based. We always

Stockbridge Community News - UTPD Activity from Saturday, Aug 1 - Monday, Aug 31, 2020
09/18/2020
UTPD Activity from Saturday, Aug 1 - Monday, Aug 31, 2020

Stockbridge Community News - UTPD Activity from Saturday, Aug 1 - Monday, Aug 31, 2020

Saturday 8/1 Assist EMS – Barton Rd Follow up – Spears Rd Sunday 8/2 Assist Fire Department – Spears Rd Monday 8/3 Electrical Hazzard – Dexter Trail Domestic – Kathryn Ct Assist EMS – Doyle Rd Suspicious Situation – Main St Assist Fire Department – Unadilla Rd/Doyle Rd Tuesday 8/4 An...

Stockbridge Community News - Reminder: SCN's Policy on publishing political advertising and announcements
09/18/2020
Reminder: SCN's Policy on publishing political advertising and announcements

Stockbridge Community News - Reminder: SCN's Policy on publishing political advertising and announcements

Political Advertising and Announcements SCN Board-adopted 8/1/2018 “Given SCN’s mission to help build a stronger, healthier community through consistent, quality communications, it is our policy to remain neutral on political campaign activity. While we seek to encourage residents to vote, we sh...

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
09/17/2020
SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

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Home » SRSLY » Stockbridge » SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR SRSLY WELCOMES BACK PANTHERS TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR September 17, 2020 Mary Krummrey 0 SRSLY, Stockbridge, Previous: St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Receives 2020 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for Pat...

Stockbridge Community News - St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Receives 2020 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for Patient...
09/17/2020
St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Receives 2020 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for Patient Experience

Stockbridge Community News - St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Receives 2020 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for Patient Experience

CHELSEA, Mich. (Sept. 14, 2020) – St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea (SJMC) has been named a 2020 Guardian of Excellence Award® winner by Press Ganey for the sixth year in a row. The hospital has been recognized for achieving the 95th percentile or above in the area of Patient Experience in the Emergency D...

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square ~ September 18
09/17/2020
The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square ~ September 18

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square ~ September 18

Come to the Market to buy: sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, melons, squash, apples, fresh dried herbs, eggs, honey, jams, breads, pies, fabulous baked goods, homemade soaps and candles, herbal sprays and lotions and kettle corn too. WE have it ALL! Gary Allen performs with Tiffany Gridiron f...

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - Adiska Family Dental—Accepting New Patients
09/16/2020
Adiska Family Dental—Accepting New Patients

Sponsored Ad—Stockbridge Community News - Adiska Family Dental—Accepting New Patients

Adiska Family Dental is family owned and operated. We value our patient relationships providing gentle, compassionate dental care. We have modern equipment you would expect from a big city dentist, with personalized care and convenience of your hometown. We are proud to be a part of this community a...

Stockbridge Community News - 2020 Youth Hunt
09/16/2020
2020 Youth Hunt

Stockbridge Community News - 2020 Youth Hunt

by Stephen Vliet Timothy and Elizabeth are Stockbridge High School students that had a little sibling rivalry going into the youth hunt. Elizabeth got her first deer Saturday evening and was really excited! But then her older brother Timothy had to go out Sunday morning and bag a bigger buck! Fun

Stockbridge Community News - Death Notice: Verlin Ray Thomas
09/16/2020
Death Notice: Verlin Ray Thomas

Stockbridge Community News - Death Notice: Verlin Ray Thomas

Verlin Ray Thomas, age 72, of Munith, MI, passed away at Henry Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, MI on Saturday, September 12, 2020. He was born April 23, 1949 in Stockbridge, MI. Cremation has taken place, and a Memorial Service will be private. Those wishing to make a memorial contribution in

Stockbridge Community News - Lansing Christian Sweeps Panther Volleyball
09/16/2020
Lansing Christian Sweeps Panther Volleyball

Stockbridge Community News - Lansing Christian Sweeps Panther Volleyball

The Stockbridge volleyball team battled for two hard fought sets, but the wheels fell off in the third as the Panthers fell to Lansing Christian in straight sets Monday night 20-25, 23-25, 13-25. The Panthers gave the Pilgrims all they could handle for two sets, behind the strong serving of Grace

Stockbridge Community News - Death Notice: Patrick Edward Monaghan
09/14/2020
Death Notice: Patrick Edward Monaghan

Stockbridge Community News - Death Notice: Patrick Edward Monaghan

Patrick Edward Monaghan, age 79, of Munith, MI, died Sunday, September 13, 2020. Born November 13, 1941 at old St Joe's Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Cremation and memorial services will be private. Memorial gifts may be made to Glioblastoma Cancer Research, the Henry Ford Cancer Institute, Henry...

Stockbridge Community News - Boys' XC Wins P-W Fall Classic. Girls Second.
09/12/2020
Boys' XC Wins P-W Fall Classic. Girls Second.

Stockbridge Community News - Boys' XC Wins P-W Fall Classic. Girls Second.

The cross country teams had strong showings at the Pewamo-Westphalia Fall Classic Saturday with the boys bringing home the title while the girls finished second. The boys finished with 53 points, beating out the GR Chariots of Fire Home School with 71. Dalton Satkowiak finished fourth in 17:23 to le...

Stockbridge Community News - Volleyball Falls in Five in Opener
09/12/2020
Volleyball Falls in Five in Opener

Stockbridge Community News - Volleyball Falls in Five in Opener

The Stockbridge volleyball team finally got back on the court last week as the Panthers traveled to Olivet for the season opener Thursday, September 10. The Panthers battled hard, but came home with a tough five-set loss to the Eagles 14-25; 25-21; 25-17; 15-25; 12-15. After a slow start in the firs...

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