The Belding Area Schools Board of Education unanimously approved four separate motions Tuesday for expenditures in technology for the district: Network equipment, wireless equipment, telephone service and Internet service.
When plotting bus routes for Belding Area Schools, Transportation Director Beverly Brownell often feels like she’s jumping a few decades into the past. That’s because the current system in place involves a printed map that uses a color-coded system of pushpins and thumb tacks to map out the school district’s bus routes.
Disc golfers will have a new 18-hole course to play later this year in the confines of Tower Park.
If an individual arrives at a Carson City-Crystal school building with a pistol holstered at the hip, administrators will now know what to do — let them in.
But that’s not to say strict restrictions won’t be enforced by those administrators for all visitors of the district, including those who choose to exercise that legal right of carrying a weapon.
In November, there was much discussion by this township’s board centered on the idea of creating a standalone ordinance to deal with the storage of recreational vehicles (RVs).
That conversation picked up again during the Jan. 12 Otisco Township Board meeting as a revised version of the ordinance, which would restrict the parking of RVs on both vacant and occupied dwellings, was discussed.
Board members voted 2-1 to raise the limit on Township Clerk Lynda Sower’s township credit card from $1,500 to $5,000.
The request came during the Jan. 12 Otisco Township Board meeting from Sower, who complained the $1,500 limit was not enough to reserve hotel rooms for conference trips for all five board members.
Members of the Belding Area Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to approve two separate trips for students during their regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening.
Ira Workman had just returned from his storage barn Thursday morning with a few eggs to make himself breakfast.
Moments later, that breakfast was interrupted, as the very barn he had just returned from was suddenly ablaze.
Guidelines for school administrators at Carson City-Crystal Area Schools are now in place to allow citizens to legally open carry a pistol throughout the district.
An accident between a school bus and an Amish buggy resulted in little more than a spooked horse Thursday morning.