With humble beginnings from the small village of Hubbardston, Janae Cooper now finds herself with responsibilities that stretch to every corner of Ionia County. On Tuesday, Cooper was sworn in by 8th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Ron Schafer as Ionia County clerk after being elected in November.
Deciphering Montcalm County’s pecuniary puzzle is taking longer than expected.
During Monday’s Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting, John Axe, an attorney with Clark Hill in Detroit, reported on the slow progress.Deciphering Montcalm County’s pecuniary puzzle is taking longer than expected.
During Monday’s Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting, John Axe, an attorney with Clark Hill in Detroit, reported on the slow progress.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners took action on multiple agenda items during their last regular meeting of 2016.
Though the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is currently struggling due to county budget cuts, one officer will be coming back to the department thanks to a new dedicated coverage contract. Members of the Crystal Township Board voted unanimously Wednesday evening to hire a full-time deputy dedicated to covering Crystal Township for 2017.
In a unanimous vote Wednesday evening, members of the Crystal Township Board created a library relocation committee to assist in the eventual move of the Crystal Community Library.
Montcalm County’s new website went live this week.
The goal was for montcalm.us to be a more user-friendly website for mobile users, according to IT Director Eric McLaughlin.
Jennifer Bouck has seen the hardships families face during the holiday season.
The coordinator of Montcalm County’s Toys for Tots is familiar with scenes of homelessness and poverty.
In response, Bouck and her volunteers are working to provide a “magical” Christmas for families in need this year.
In 1976, MarkRavell, Robby Walker, brothers Dave and Keith Martin and other Ronald Township residents wanted to help the community by establishing a fire department. Forty years later, Ravell, Walker and the Martins are in their 60s, but they still go on fire calls and protect the community.
Two of Montcalm County’s seven recycling sites will have closed by year’s end, and the future remains uncertain for the remaining five locations.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted Nov. 7 to eliminate Howard City’s recycling site due to an increase in county recycling costs.
After 22 years of functioning with a goal to improve its downtown district, members of the Crystal Township Downtown Development Authority (DDA) are hoping they still have a future. During Wednesday evening’s Crystal Township Board meeting, acting DDA Chairman David Wight presented the board with recommendations going forward after the resignation of three DDA members.