As one of the first ones on and last ones off the field, marching with authority, Tayler Reeves is savoring every moment with each yard line she marches across in Spartan Stadium.
Another year, another new truck for the Crystal Township Department of Public Works. In following a plan to replace the DPW’s pickup truck each year, board members officially approved the purchase of a new vehicle Wednesday evening.
The Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Board of Education once again focused its attention on guns during Monday’s regular meeting. Board members discussed for more than an hour the subject of creating administrative guidelines to aid administrators and office staff on how to address an individual who enters a school building with a holstered weapon via the right to open carry in Michigan.
In following a plan to purchase a new Department of Public Works truck each year, board members officially approved the purchase of a new vehicle Wednesday evening.
Kaleb Vargas enjoys band more than any other class at Carson City-Crystal High School, so much so that he’s taken to learning a second instrument.
Between marching band and jazz band, the senior plays bass clarinet and saxophone, spending time between school and home to practice on each instrument and improve himself as a musician.
From random marks of graffiti to dismantled picnic tables, vandalism has taken its toll on Belding parks this summer.
With five city parks within city limits — totaling approximately 60 acres — as well as several trail-ways, the vandalism has left the city’s Recreation Board members to explore a new source of funds for necessary repairs and maintenance.
Members of the Carson City-Crystal Board of Education discussed for more than an hour Monday evening on the subject of creating administrative guidelines to deal with visitors who choose to legally open-carry a weapon on district property.
With instruments in hand, stadium lights beaming down from above and an audience of peers and judges before them, the first breath on the turf of Legacy Field for hundreds of students Wednesday was followed by an exhale of nerves and the unknown.
Due to increased vandalism and a shrinking budget, city officials are turning to park reservation fees in an attempt to raise revenue.
With its roots firmly grounded in a small community that prides itself on both a history of hard work and quality manufacturing, Granco Clark continues to shine as a beacon of success in its industry. Locally, Granco Clark is a company within the extrusion industry that employs a workforce of about 105 dedicated skilled workers in a variety of positions.