About 14 years ago, Judy Hardy, along with a few other members of Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Stanton, decided to start a baby pantry in the church’s basement. The decision followed a presentation on the topic to the church’s leadership board.
The Greenville City Council has (mostly) placed its support behind a millage proposed by the Montcalm Alliance for local economic development.
Brendon Roszell considers himself lucky. Allen Roszell, left, helped his son, Brendon, center, deliver over 400 pounds of dog and cat food to the Montcalm County Animal Shelter in Stanton. Accepting the donation was Animal Control Director Angela Sova, right.On Thanksgiving, the Central Montcalm Middle School student sat down with his father, Allen, grandmother, Annette, and other family members and — like a lot of Americans — enjoyed a belt-busting meal and the company of those he loves. But before he did that, Brendon did his part to make sure the canine residents of the Montcalm County Animal Shelter also had a good holiday.
This week, Dr. Sherry Teegardin will realize the culmination of a dream nearly five years in the making when she officially opens the doors to Sheridan Animal Hospital. From noon to 5 p.m. Friday, the new veterinary clinic will host an open house to introduce area animal lovers to the facility’s many amenities.
If you want folks to take an interest in your new line of pet supplies, it’s probably a good idea to make sure they have a pet. That was the thinking behind the pet adoption event held Saturday at Grant Bryan’s True Value Hardware store in Greenville.
GREENVILLE — Despite the difficult economy of the past decade, business has remained steady at Aquest Machining, 715 Callaghan St. That location is new to Aquest, which moved to the greatly expanded facility this past summer.
Arthur C. Clarke, author of “2001: A Space Odyssey,” among other books, once noted, “Behind every man now alive stand 30 ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living.”
If all goes according to plan, this village may find itself the recipient of $196,000 in state grant funds, money that will be used to provide a complete survey and mapping of its water and sewer infrastructure.
The story of Bright Start Elementary School is unusual and one that has been affected repeatedly by the vagaries of educational financing and population. Built over a decade ago, the school originally housed Lakeview Community Schools’ lower elementary students.
LAKEVIEW — Members of the Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education voted Monday to outfit six classrooms with technology for a pilot program involving laptops, projection equipment, tablets, and possibly student-owned electronic devices.