2012 August

Emergency crews rush Nick Lober into an AeroMed helicopter at the Greenville Municipal Airport in Greenville Friday evening. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Man injured, AeroMed called after tree branch falls on truck

A 57-year-old man was flown to Grand Rapids with unknown conditions after his vehicle was struck by a branch. Nick Lober was traveling north on Lincoln Lake Road when a tree branch fell onto his black Toyota Tundra.

“A large branch fell from the tree,” Kent County Deputy Ron Kimbrough said. “He took most of the impact through his windshield.”

Belding Police Department, Michigan State Police, Ionia Sheriff's Department and the Rockford City Police responded to a bomb threat at the Belding Party Store on Bridge Street in Belding. Daily News/Kelli Ameling

No bomb located during threat at Belding Party Store

BELDING – An employee called 911 after receiving a bomb threat with specific instructions on how to exit the building at the Belding Party Store.
Police were dispatched at 7:08 p.m. to the store located at 304 N. Bridge, said Belding Police Chief Dale Nelson.