Tonight we will be saying goodbye to the class of 2017, they will be officially getting their diplomas and will be high school graduates. Over 350 students will be walking across the stage tonight at Dort federal center at 7. Mr. Fishhaber will be the staff guest speaker, and 2017 class president Noah Dieterle will make a speech as well. DTV will be airing live on our website dtvnews.org so anybody can watch the stream live. Also, it will be aired on our charter channel 191.
Friday Night Live was a success!
Thank you to all the people who came out to support DTV, and if you couldn’t make it. Don’t Worry! We can still give you some laughs.
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Seven defendants in the Flint water crisis were in court to hear Judge Manley decisions on key issues. The biggest ruling was the release of over 250 thousand City of Flint documents and emails, allowing the lawyers access to this mountain of information. Next, there was the argument against Office of Inspector General (OIG) and the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) to get them to release all the notes from their investigations and interviews in regards to the Flint water crisis. Last year Governor Snyder halted the investigations by both the OIG and OAG before any conclusions were made. The lawyers from the OIG and OAG argued that the documents were not complete recordings or record information. Prosecutor Flood argued that this information would be very helpful and the fact that they are fighting the release it makes it look more like a cover up. Eventually, the court ordered that all those documents be released before the preliminary court cases in March. Lastly, Mr. Flood argued against the Michigan state police wanting them to halt the release of any composed statements to the public. The defense lawyers argued that they have a right to any of the information, composed or not. Judge Manley ruled that the non compelled statements are to be released and Flood will argue his case again in March. On March 13, there will be a continuation of the primary examinations, as well as the sentencing of Corinne Miller.
DTV is home for the holiday’s but not to worry you can still check out all of our holiday stories to keep you in the holiday spirit.
We will also be replaying all of the holiday concerts that Davison schools have been putting on. You can check these out on Charter channel 191!
Watch what Tyler Clause has been up to the weeks leading up to Christmas-
Check out a story about a person who spreads holiday cheer with a little jingle bells https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlgNpGm8dqQ
The schedule everyday for replaying the concert is
DMS Choir at 5
DHS Choir at 4
DHS Band at 9:30
Central 2nd grade at 8 AM, 3:30, and 7
Hahn Spotlight Choir 7:30 AM, 3, and 6:30
Gates 3rd grade 7AM and 2:30
Hill Choir 8:30 AM, 7:30
Cross town rivals Detroit Cass Tech and Detroit Catholic Central went head to head at Ford Field for the division 1 finals. The game started off with a touchdown for Cass Tech from number 16, Tenoe Allen. Both teams are equality matched in both skill and willpower to win the state championship, causing a lot of back and forth between the teams. With minutes left the Detroit Central Shamrocks got two touchdowns in 12 seconds one from number 38, Isaac Darkangelo and a 35 yard pass interception for a touchdown by number 84, Jack Morris ran in with a 35 yard to end the first quarter with a score of 14 to 7 to Detroit Central
Going into the second quarter with Cass Tech came back with a vengeance starting with number 16 ,Tenoe Allen running in 20 yards and falling into the end zone for a touchdown tying the game up . With 5 minutes left Cass Tech came in for another touchdown Number 2, Donovan Johnson ran in 60 yards for a touchdown putting the Technicians in the lead 21-14. The Shamrocks are putting up a fight though but the Technicians just keep stopping them, not letting them get anywhere with the ball. Going to halftime with a score of 21-14 to Cass Tech.
The Third Quarter starts with Detroit Catholic Kicking off. Touch down by Cass Tech’s number 13, Donovan Parker with 42 yards. The score 28-14 with 10:58 remaining in the Third quarter. Touchdown by Cass Tech’s number 9, Donovan Jones scores, bringing the score up to 35-14. There’s 8:02 remaining in the Third quarter and Cass Tech is destroying Detroit Catholic. Cass Tech Scores again with 6:15 remaining in the third quarter. Number 2, Johnson celebrates as the prospects of the, winning look good. With 3:50 remaining one of Sham rocks players leave the field with a leg injury one of many in today’s game. The Third quarter ends with the score of 42-14.
Fourth Quarter is here and the game is already set for the end. Cass Tech is dominating but the shamrocks are not about give up. Cass Tech scores again, only a few minutes into the fourth quarter. The clock remains running and won’t stop for anything but timeouts and injuries. A Timeout was called with 6:26 remaining in the game. Detroit Catholic finally scores with 00:47 remaining but it won’t be enough to win this game. The score is left at 49-20 as the game comes to an end with Cass Tech taking the victory of the Division 1 finals and the coach bolting onto the field with a big smile on his face.
It’s that time of year again, the time where the whole community comes together to celebrate the start of the new school year.
That’s right it’s homecoming week!
Homecoming week starts Monday, the 26th with spirit week, it’s Marvel Monday, so wear anything super hero.
Tuesday, is the kick off assembly during 3rd hour, and Nerd day.
Wednesday, is Jersey day, and the infamous Junior VS Senior powderpuff game, so come out to support the girls.
Thursday, is Class T-shirt day, you can buy a class shirt during lunch this week.
Friday, is Maroon and Gold day with the pep-assembly where the classes will be battling it out for the spirit stick. That night DTV will be covering the parade at 7:30pm and then live streaming the varsity football game against Midland at 7:30pm. Click here to watch a replay of the game.
Lastly, Saturday is the Homecoming dance at 7, in the gym.
The Davison Cards will be playing their first game of the season against Saginaw Arthur Hill, at home in cardinal staduim. DTV will be there catching all the action tonight at 7 in our first live broadcast of the new year. DTV’s own Kaitlin Abdella and school board member Kim Lindsay will be announcing tonight’s action. You can watch the live stream on the NFHS Network & DTVnews.org of tune in to Channel 191 on Charter Cable. The Nest will be pumped and sporting white for tonight’s white out game. But if you are not able to make it, replays will be aired all weekend at noon and 7 or you can always find passed games and stories on our website, dtvnews.org.
Watch a promo for the game and video of the team and coach getting ready for the season.
On Tuesday, former EPA Region 5 Administrator Susan Hedman, former emergency manager Darnell Earley, former Flint mayor Dayne Walling, and VA Tech. Professor Dr. Marc Edwards, all were in Washington D.C. The hearing consisted mostly of back and forth finger-pointing of who did and didn’t do what. Here is where Rep. Tim Walberg (R-MI) rips into Susan Hedman. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) called the continuing deflection “sickening”. Overall, the main story line stayed the same.
Thursday’s hearing continued to see the blame game, and unfortunately, partisan politics. Governor Rick Snyder and EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy both were apart of the panel. Throughout the hearing, Democrats tended to accuse Gov. Snyder and his administration, while on the other side of the aisle, Republicans continued to blame the EPA. Here’s Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-PA) refusing to believe Snyder’s testimony. On the flipside, here’s Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) placing blame onto McCarthy and the EPA. One of the more unique speakings came from Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-VA) as he not only acknowledged the committees partisan roadblocks, but especially pointed blame on the EM and Gov. Snyder’s administration.
The hearings led to few new facts, and fingers continued to be pointed at the MDEQ, the EPA, Snyder’s administration, and everyone involved.
A heated democratic battle on the Atlantic in New Hampshire took a backseat as Hillary Clinton took the trip westward to see the Flint water crisis firsthand.
House of Prayer Missionary Church held services as usual, full of big smiles and soulful tunes. After the services came to a close, the crowd didn’t waiver as the entirety of the men and women stayed put and gave a standing ovation to Hillary and Mayor Karen Weaver taking the stage.
The former Secretary of State began her speech by quoting a Psalms verse, saying in addition how nice it is to be with the pastor as they’ve both lived in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
From there, Hillary quoted just how poorly the state government has been during the crisis, “What happened in Flint is immoral. The children of Flint are just as precious as the children in any part of America.”
Clinton also called attention to a near $600 million dollar bill going through Congress saying the bill needs to be passed, saying “…this is no time for politics as usual.”
“I will fight for you in Flint, no matter how long it takes”, Clinton said as she wrapped up her speech with her commitment to the city until the problem ceases to exist.
“Let’s make sure we take care of the people of Flint and give every child a chance to grow up to their God-given potential!”
Politics and presidential runs aside, Hillary Clinton shined an even brighter spotlight on Flint and its ongoing emergency.
In all of Genesee County, there is one lab technician testing blood lead samples.
Peggy Abram, a medical technologist, is the sole person checking blood samples for lead at the Genesee County Health Department, according to herself and sources. The slow, 30-day response for whether blood tests are positive for lead is more apparent now than ever.
Ms. Abrams says the County Health Department gets over 30 walk-in blood tests a day, plus all of the samples collected at testing clinics like the one held yesterday at Carriage Town Ministries. Abram and her two co-workers say they have asked for extra resources for the lab, but have not received any help.
Families are losing time on knowing what’s in their blood, as the workload increases.
DTV has tried to get more information, but so far has gotten no response from the Genesee County Health Department.