Suzanne Hoseth Kreeger and Ron Schafer, both of whom are 8th Judicial Circuit Court judges, appointed Ionia County Assistant Prosecutor Kyle Butler as Ionia County’s new prosecutor today.
Looking out at the audience of about 70 high school students Friday, it was as if Justin Yost was looking through a mirror to a time he wishes he could return to. Standing in the gymnasium of Grattan Academy, the 32-year-old Greenville resident recounted the days of his own youth, a time before drug addiction led to a spiraling road full of destruction and despair.
The search for the next Belding superintendent is over. The board of education extended an offer to move into contract negotiations with Brent Noskey during Thursday evening’s special meeting.
Be it a sketch from “Saturday Night Live” or a viral YouTube video, all that humor and more can be found locally for one more night at the heart of the Belding band program. The annual Belding High School Band Follies show performed Thursday, and an encore show will be available to take in at 7 p.m. tonight at the Belding High School Auditorium.
Marci Cooper is committed to freeing the city limits of Belding from blight and housing code violations. Blight is defined as an ugly, neglected or rundown condition of an urban area. This can appear in the form of dilapidated out buildings, disabled vehicles in yards or on lots, garbage on porches and houses in general disrepair.
Students at Belding Area Schools may not have to have their school year extended due to excessive snow days. During Tuesday evening’s meeting, the school board voted 6-1 to apply for a waiver from the state superintendent to forgive three more “Act of God” days. Board member Debra Bach voted “no.”
Here’s a list of local Easter egg hunts and related events in Montcalm County and surrounding areas.
The search to fill the vacancy of superintendent at Belding Area Schools is now down to two candidates after the school district’s board of education narrowed the competition from a pool of six candidates during a special meeting on Saturday. The two finalists are Brent Noskey of Lowell and Wendy Maynard-Somers of Fruitport.
BELDING — Board of education members voted unanimously during Monday evening’s meeting to accept the bid from Floor Care Concepts to refinish the both gymnasium floors in the high school.
Woman’s Life Belding Chapter 915 is sponsoring a walk-a-thon Saturday afternoon to raise awareness about Down syndrome and funds for an organization called No More Sidelines of Central Michigan.
The event will take place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Rudness Field.