The humble potato received the recognition it deserves this weekend. The Edmore Potato Festival featured dozens of small-town activities, musical performances, parades and other events.
A 39-year-old Vestaburg man is behind bars and faces multiple charges after two alleged violent attacks on his ex-girlfriend.
The Montabella community is mourning the loss of two young men and the injuries of a third after a fiery car accident in the early morning hours of Monday.
William Amble, 19, of Six Lakes, Triston McAllister-Harris, 17, of Mount Pleasant, and Trucker Shattuck, 19, of Six Lakes, were all in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze going south on Musson Road near Deaner Road around 1 a.m. when the vehicle left the roadway and collided with a tree.
Again the four councilmen were asked, and again they deigned to answer why they voted not extend this village manager’s contract.
The question was asked at tonight’s Edmore Village Council meeting, which more than 30 people attended.
The victims of a fiery car crash early this morning have been identified.
Supporters of Montcalm County’s 4-H program are hoping the currently vacant 4-H coordinator position will be improved to a full-time job. Local 4-H advocates appeared at Monday’s Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting to ask the board to consider improving the part-time position to a full-time position for the upcoming fiscal year.
Properties will be sold for just a fraction of their value at the annual Ionia and Montcalm county minimum bid land auction Monday.
This village’s police department is taking community policing to a whole new level. The first ever Edmore Youth Academy wrapped up Wednesday. Thirteen youths from ages 8 to 14 participated in the first session in mid-July while 10 youths participated in the second session, which ended Wednesday. The youths hailed from Blanchard, Carson City, Cedar Lake, Edmore, Howard City, Sheridan, Six Lakes and Stanton.
This village’s manager is bowing out amid an employment dispute. Neil Rankin received a letter on Monday from the law firm of Mika, Myers, Beckett & Jones in Grand Rapids stating the village council’s 4-2 vote on June 30 to not extend Rankin’s contract means Rankin is no longer employed as village manager.
It seems every organization out there dedicated to K-12 education has its own formula to track student success. There are report cards, color schemes, annual progress reports, at-risk declarations and top-to-bottom lists.
It’s up to school officials to take in each of these state or independent group studies and try to piece together the puzzle that most accurately depicts student achievement.
Ask any school official which formula works best and they will probably answer none of them … or maybe all of them.