Congressman John Moolenaar invites all high school students from Michigan's Fourth Congressional District to enter their art in the 2018 Congressional Art Competition.
The winning student from the Fourth District will have his or her art displayed in the U.S. Capitol for a year and receive two round-trip tickets to travel to Washington, D.C for an annual event with Congressional Art Competition winners from around the country.
Regional winners from the Fourth District will have the opportunity for their art to appear in Congressman Moolenaar's Midland and Cadillac offices.
The entry deadline for this year’s contest is April 6 and entries should be delivered to Congressman Moolenaar’s Midland office at 200 East Main Street, Suite 230, Midland, MI 48640.
More information on the rules and how to enter the Art Competition is online at https://moolenaar.house.gov/artcompetition. Interested students who need assistance transporting their art to Midland or who have additional questions on the competition should contact Congressman Moolenaar's Midland office at 989-631-2552.
Michigan’s Fourth Congressional District is made up of Clare, Clinton, Gladwin, Gratiot, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland, Missaukee, Ogemaw, Osceola, Roscommon, Shiawassee, and Wexford counties, and parts of Montcalm and Saginaw counties.
No Children On Bus That Struck Car Tuesday Afternoon
Updated at 9:45pm 3/6/18 - Posted by Durand Now at 7:33pm 3/6/18
Tipsters made us aware of a school bus vs. car crash on Tuesday afternoon. Durand Superintendent Craig McCrumb told Durand Now that it was a Shiawassee RESD bus, not a Durand bus, and that there were no kids on board.
Sheriff BeGole was able to confirm that the bus was traveling eastbound on Lansing Road when a car also traveling eastbound on Newburg Road pulled in front of the bus. The crash caused minor damage to both vehicles and there were no injuries. He also affirmed there were no students on the bus.
We've reached out to Shiawassee RESD for additional information.