The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education upgraded the district’s fleet of vehicles Monday as it approved the purchase of three used buses and four-wheel drive truck. The vehicles will replace aging ones and were a budgeted purchase for the 2015-2016 school year.
Amy Homich is not only a person who has a heart for others, she is also a mover and shaker, and knows how to get things done.
This was repeatedly illustrated Tuesday night at the Women’s Action Network’s (WAN) 32nd annual Woman of the Year award ceremony, where accolades were given for Homich’s community volunteerism.
The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education accepted their financial audit report Oct. 19 and met the foreign exchange students who are attending the school this year.
Some of Michigan’s most beautiful and talented young women were at Central Montcalm Middle School on Saturday evening for the Miss Heartland Scholarship Pageant and the crowning of the Miss Heartland and Miss Heartland Outstanding Teen.
Allison Harrison has grown up on the stage, and her goals are set on one specific stage: The Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts in Muskegon.
There was a heavy police presence at Cedar Crest Elementary School in Greenville last week … and the students were thrilled.
In a 20-minute meeting Monday, the Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education approved ratifying an agreement for a school nurse and heard a presentation on extending a bond issue for capital improvements.
While folks lined up their chairs Saturday along the parade route, hoping for a glimpse of a special parade entry, one unwanted guest showed up. Minutes before Howard City Harvest Festival’s early afternoon grand parade, sprinkles of rain turned into a heavy drizzle, scattering those lining the parade route to seek shelter under wind-blown umbrellas, doorways and porches.
The cute little pink piglet contentedly chewed on the fresh green grass, oblivious to the interruption that was about to descend on her peaceful bliss. The piglet was the star of the show in the third annual Trufant Jubilee Pig Scramble where children — and adults — had the opportunity to catch the porker and win an impressive trophy and a few minutes of fame.
BreAnna Schultz isn’t quite sure what the Trufant Jubilee queen does, but the 17-year-old is about to find out. Schultz, the daughter of Scott and Judy Schultz of Trufant, decided to run for the title just for fun and to gain pageant experience so she would have a better chance if winning another year. However, among a field of three contestants, Schultz walked away with the title this year.