Being involved in robotics has helped Kalvin Quackenbush with his grades and direction after high school graduation. “This program kind of led me where I wanted to go, which is electrical engineering or robotic engineering,” said Quackenbush, a Montabella High School junior and the head electrician of Mustangs Robotics.
Once again, Ferris Township has a full board to serve its residents.
On Monday, the township board held a special meeting to fill an open trustee position after former trustee Randy Stearns was appointed to fill the supervisor position, which was vacated when Brian Stratton resigned.
As State Rep. Jim Lower, R-Cedar Lake, walked the hallways of Montabella Elementary School, he gets a chance to see what administrators, teachers and students experience there on a daily basis.
As temperatures rise and spring progresses, the beginning of road construction approaches throughout Montcalm County. For Montcalm Township residents and those traveling through the area this spring or summer, at least four areas within the township will be under construction.
John “JD” Johansen is planning on spending much of his time at Monroe Cemetery this summer before he starts 10th grade at Greenville High School.
Just over a year ago, this community said goodbye to the old Carnation condensery building.
The Sheridan Village Council hopes to welcome new businesses to that property this year.
When Department of Public Works (DPW) employees respond to a water leak in Edmore, they’ll be bringing along their newest piece of equipment: A vactor truck.
Seventh-grade students at Lakeview Middle School are thinking about the future. As part of the seventh-grade business writing class, students were required to write formal and informal letters.
After serving on the Ferris Township Board for an estimated 30 years, the supervisor has resigned. “It has become necessary for me to resign my position as supervisor of Ferris Township effective upon the appointment of a successor or May 1, whichever occurs first. It has been an honor,” Brian Stratton wrote in his resignation letter, which he submitted to the board last Thursday.
Peter Januzelli knew he wanted to do something different between his sophomore and junior year at Central Michigan University.
“All it took was one summer of not liking what I was doing to snap me out of it,” the Greenville High School graduate said.