Belding graduate Taylor Johnson had a big hand in Central Michigan’s women’s basketball team getting two wins last week. It was so big that the Mid-American Conference gave Johnson the West Division Player of the Week honor.
The Central Michigan University women’s basketball team started the season slowly, losing its first four games. Since, the Chippewas have won four of their last five including wins over Purdue on Sunday and Ole Miss on Wednesday. Belding graduate Taylor Johnson, a sophomore, posted her first double-double of the season in the win over Ole Miss. She scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds off the bench.
Fred Meijer paved the way for an expansive recreational trail system throughout the area. A couple of weeks prior to his death on Friday, Meijer, 91, was honored and recognized for his contribution to Rail-Trails.
I think most of you know I’m a huge baseball fan. Most importantly, a huge Tigers fan.
Ice hockey fans will no longer have to travel to Grand Rapids or beyond to practice, play or just skate for fun.
I’m not sure if anyone ever imagined the impact the Lowell Red Arrows “Pink Arrow Project” would have on the Lowell community, the surrounding areas and possible the country.
Officials responded to seven complaints Wednesday.