Toddler Dies in House Fire, Howell Teacher Makes Semi-Final Round in Jeopardy
There was plenty of news around Hartland this week.
Here are the top five most interesting stories from the Hartland area this week.
1. Brighton native and U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Erin Brown won a gold medal in the the advanced 4-way formation skydiving competition at the 2012 U.S. Parachute Association (USPA) National Skydiving Championships, according to Brighton Patch.
2. A 2003 Howell High School graduate made it to the semi-finals of a teacher’s tournament on Jeopardy, according to a story from WHMI. Brenton Montie, 27, was the youngest and the only teacher from Michigan in the competition. He was defeated in his semi-final round on Friday.
3. A 2-year-old girl died after a house fire in Howell, according to the Livingston Daily Press and Argus.
4. A former Fenton High School foreign exchange student helped a man escape a car after it collided with a train in Australia, according to the Fenton Patch.
5. Walled Lake Western students mourned loss of their Homecoming King, according to the Oakland Press.