Federal-Mogul may look like a small town manufacturing plant, nestled as it is along the railroad tracks on the east end of the city. Looks can be deceiving. In reality, the company is a global juggernaut with “sister plants” spanning the globe; South Africa, Poland and 21 other countries are home to Federal-Mogul, which recently celebrated its 75th anniversary in the Greenville location.
For the past 14 years, Lakeview Area Community Fund (LACF) has been giving students, businesses and civic organizations in the village a financial leg up. Organizers reason what’s good for the residents is good for the entire municipality.
Jim and Sharon Youngman always encouraged their son’s creativity. Even at age 5, David was fascinated with the creative process, whether that entailed drawing, painting or playing guitar, as did his father.
As the years passed, music gradually became his first passion. David followed his muse, trying to recreate the sounds of other players. When he couldn’t find others playing the music he imagined in his own mind, he attempted to play it himself. Through necessity, almost, he learned his craft.
Martha Henry was only 5 years old when she found the doorway to another world. Like the magical wardrobe that transported children to Narnia, Martha’s doorway was secreted away in plain sight, not in a bedroom, but in her grandparents’ dining room.
By the time a student enters third, fourth or fifth grade, his or her teacher has a pretty good idea what to expect. The student’s abilities are, in part at least, a known quality.
LAKEVIEW AND IONIA — Officers from the Michigan State Police, Lakeview Post, are searching for three missing juveniles from the Ionia area; Daisy Lynn Reitz, 15, Linsey Nicole Reitz, 11, and Taven Ray Daly, 16. The children were last seen together Monday in Ionia. According to Sgt. Scott Ziesman of Ionia Central Dispatch, there is currently [...]
Kindergarten teachers at Lakeview Elementary School have a new tool in their efforts to educate new students just coming into the school system.
Dark skies yawn blackly from horizon to horizon. Lawn chairs leap into the air as winds whip skyward everything not nailed down. Hard rain pelts the earth like darning needles flung from the hands of an angry god. The turbulent, pendulous canopy extrudes a dusky, whirling finger earthward.
Before this storm front men, women and children scatter, an impromptu exodus from open spaces to the hoped-for safety of basements.
Two years of planning and hard work are soon to come to fruition for Lakeview Community Schools.
The renovation and construction project there — the result of the 2013 passage of a $12.5 million bond — has resulted in needed improvements to virtually every area of the elementary, middle and high schools.
When it comes to cancer treatment, is it a positive attitude that breeds success or success that produces a positive attitude?
If you ask cancer survivors Karen Herzog and Brenda Saladin, they might tell you it’s a little bit of both.