Efforts to move the Crystal Community Library to a new location have been long in the making, and though the idea remains intact, a final resolution may still be years away. That’s the understanding of both members of the Crystal Township Board and Carson City Library Board, which overseas the Crystal Community Library.
In the past five years, the Crystal Community Center has steadily become a social hub of the township.
Since the former elementary school was purchased by the township from Carson City-Crystal Area Schools for $1 in 2010, the center has hosted township board meetings, adult education classes, pickup basketball games and many other activities.
hree people were extricated from their vehicles following a traffic crash at the intersection of East Sidney and South Vickeryville roads on Tuesday afternoon.
At about 1:50 p.m., Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a two-car crash. Upon arrival, deputies discovered a 2000 GMC pickup truck, driven by Joshua Rule, 28, of Carson City, was traveling north on Vickeryville Road and failed to stop for the stop sign at Sidney Road.
The Crystal Community Center has become the home of several community groups and organizations, but wear and tear on the building is beginning to take its tole.
At least two persons were injured in a two-vehicle crash that took place at the intersection of Vickeryville and Sidney roads early Tuesday afternoon.
Following another lengthy discussion by Carson City-Crystal school board members on the subject of permitting open carry on school property, Superintendent Kevin Murphy is now requesting the board reach a decision by January.
Two separate cars were targeted for theft over the weekend in two separate townships.
On Sunday, the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office responded to two separate complaints of thefts from automobiles in Evergreen and Bushnell townships.
On the surface, the building of small robots in Art Ward’s engineering and technology class looks like an opportunity for students to flaunt the excitement of their inner child.
But buried beneath the assembly of erector pieces, the smiles and laughter that bubble to the surface from students during successful robot demonstrations, are lessons and skills that will guide them into becoming successful future engineers and technicians.
The smoke could be could be spotted from miles away Friday, billowing high into the air and blending into the overcast sky above.
As commuters pulled over on M-57 to gander at the mammoth plume, the source of the smoke itself, a large fire at Renaissance Power in Carson City, was steadily being contained by firefighters.
The smoke could be spotted from miles away, billowing high into the air and blending into the overcast sky above. As commuters pulled over on M-57 to gander at the mammoth plume, the source of the smoke itself, a large fire at Renaissance Power in Carson City, was steadily being contained by firefighters.