Curtis Wildfong

The Eureka Township Board voted 6-1 Monday to contribute $3,000 to the Montcalm Alliance for a contract with The Right Place, a West Michigan economic development organization. Pictured, from left, are trustees Brad Kelley and Elaine Pendrick, and Treasurer Cindy Hanson. Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Eureka Township pledges $3,000 to local economic development efforts

Dominos continue to fall in the Montcalm Economic Alliance’s effort to fund countywide economic development by contracting with The Right Place, a West Michigan economic development organization.

Divvied up between groups, different areas throughout the city get a little face lift as volunteers make their way along certain routes picking up trash and debris. Shown is a group of volunteers from the First Church of God in Greenville. (Courtesy photo)

Volunteer group clean up Greenville streets for upcoming Danish Fest

Danish Festival is known to bring in thousands of visitors to the city and a group of volunteers has made it their mission to welcome those visitors to a clean Greenville. For the third consecutive year, Steve Schofield, a Greenville resident, organized Church groups, area organizations and resident volunteers to help “spruce up” the city as the festivities near.

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Funeral Notices for August 9, 2014

Funeral notices for Saturday, August 9, 2014

Gardner Klassen

Ada man pleads guilty in Zero1 case

One of two Ada men charged with the misuse of grant funds awarded to their Greenville company has reached a plea agreement with Montcalm County prosecutors.

The Greenville City Council gave approval for the demolition of these two structures at 112 W. Gibson in the city because they have deteriorated to a point where the structures are unsafe. The two buildings, a garage and a house have been falling apart for several years. (Courtesy photos)

Greenville City Council OKs razing unsafe buildings

The Greenville City Council gave approval for the demolition of two structures at 112 W. Gibson in the city because they have deteriorated to a point where the structures are unsafe.

Justin Amash

Amash survives Ellis challenge

Rep. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Township, once again earned the Republican nod for congressman for Michigan’s 3rd District by defeating fellow Republican challenger Brian Ellis on Tuesday.

Lisa Posthumus Lyons

Lyons wins easily in 86th District

State Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons, R-Alto, earned her party’s nod in Tuesday’s primary election, topping her opponent Angela Rigas, also a Republican from Alto.

An explosion that police say was the result of a homemade bomb left remnants of a garbage can strewn all throughout one family’s yard on Youngman Road. The incident is one of at least three where a homemade device was used in the Greenville area. — Courtesy photo

Police probe string of Greenville area explosions

The Michigan State Police are looking for suspects involved in setting off multiple homemade explosives in and around the Greenville area.

Brian Greene

ELECTION PREVIEW: Greenville councilman, planning commissioner vie for Montcalm County spot

Two Greenville residents will face off against each other for the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners District 1 seat being vacated by Ron Blanding, who will not run for re-election.

Lisa Posthumus Lyons

ELECTION PREVIEW: Lyons faces Republican challenger

State Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons, R-Alto, is being challenged in her bid for re-election to the 86th District by Angela Rigas, also a Republican from Alto. The winner of the Tuesday’s primary election will face Democratic candidate Lynn Mason of Belding in November’s general election.