Students from Carson City-Crystal Area Schools ended their school year unlike any other in the area. Around 6:40 a.m. Friday, a car slammed into a CC-C school bus as it was en route to drop students off for the finale of the school year. The bus was about 25 percent full, holding about 25 students ranging in age from 6 to 17 years old.
While other students were making the decision of where to attend college or submitting resumes for summer jobs, Shania Stearns had already set herself on specific career path.
There are few people in this world who can say they got high on the job and get away with it. However, when it comes to getting high while working, no one gets higher than hot air balloon pilots … quite literally thousands of feet high.
As the school year ends, everyone from students to teachers is eager for summer vacation to start. At the sound of the final bell, students will joyfully embrace their summer freedom. Teachers … well, they’ll likely do the same.
Possible charges are pending against a Carson City woman after she crashed her vehicle into a tree this morning near Hubbardston. At approximately 10:50 a.m., the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office responded to a one vehicle personal injury accident on O’Brien Road near McKenna Road in North Plains Township.
The Frontier Days festival is marking its 10th year of the popular Hot Air Balloon Shoot-Out in Carson City. Sixteen hot air balloons will fill the skies on Friday night, Saturday morning, Saturday night and Sunday morning, competing for the title of the Shoot-Out champion.
As the school year comes to an end, the Carson City-Crystal Board of Education is taking steps to make sure voter-approved bonds are in place and in full swing and that school buildings are undergoing scheduled maintenance as planned.
Residents and guests of Hubbardston celebrated Memorial Day weekend with the annual Hubbardston Memorial Day festival, which featured many events throughout the weekend and a ceremony honoring veterans on the bridge over Fish Creek.
Pfc. Ceo Bauer was one of the men who would become known as the Iron Men of Metz
“I was in the Third Squad of the First Platoon of I Company of the 377th Regiment of the 95th Infantry Division,” he said. “I was a rifleman. We did our duty.”
As always, the village of Hubbardston will come together during Memorial Day weekend to enjoy festivities and visiting with friends and family, as well as to pay honor to those who died while serving in our country’s armed forces.
The highlight of the weekend — the grand parade on Memorial Day — will be announced by Scott Schmitt for the 25th consecutive year. Parade lineup begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Hubbardston Community Center. The parade will begin at 1:30 p.m., followed by Starmakers karaoke downtown.