It’s been over 20 years since the Detroit Lions and their fans have had to even entertain the thought of a struggle in their kicking game. They’ve more than made up for it by experiencing difficulty in other areas, as we all know.
Montcalm County voters will be asked to approve a millage renewal proposal in the upcoming general election, while Ionia County voters will be asked to approve a 911 surcharge increase. We encourage voters to say yes to both worthy proposals.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014.
The Belding football team was hoping to give its senior players a proper send-off in their final game at Rudness Field and the community a perfect end to the fourth annual Day to Believe. Unfortunately, the Redskins got off to a slow start against the Broncos of Coopersville, and despite scoring 21 unanswered points in the second and third quarters, they suffered their fifth setback of the season by a score of 52-28.
Winning Friday’s Central State Activities Association showdown with Reed City was all but out of the question after 24 minutes of football Friday night, so Central Montcalm began its playoff push in the second half — with the running clock working against the Hornets. Defending CSAA champion Reed City stayed on pace to repeat by running out to a 36-point halftime lead before settling for a 36-18 victory at Central Montcalm.
CC-Crystal 38, Ashley 7: Dallas O’Green had four touchdown runs for the Eagles as they won their MSAC matchup with the Bears Friday night. Zach Pringle and Tabor Erskin had the other scores for CC-Crystal…
Funeral notices for Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014
We hold our position as the center of our parents’ universe until that fateful day when mom and dad walk through the door from the hospital with our newest brother or sister and instantly the mentality engrained from birth makes its way into existence. Sibling rivalry, specifically between brothers produces a level of competitive drive and the urgency to stay a step ahead with every accomplishment.
Sheridan VFW Post 5065 and its Ladies Auxiliary will host a candidate forum Thursday evening at the VFW at 209 W. Washington St. in Sheridan. The forum will start at 6:30 p.m. and will be moderated by Eric Halvorsen and Belinda Slock. Refreshments will be served after the forum.
Greenville High School will be hosting the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association’s District 7 Marching Band Festival on Wednesday at Legacy Field. Fourteen High School marching bands from around the area will be performing for a rating from adjudicators. It will be an evening of great music and high energy marching. All tickets are $5. Children younger than five get in free.