Alan and JoAnne Camp were traveling through the mountains of North Carolina when they came across an antiquated settlement, barely still in existence. The settlement was called Loafers Glory, the name reportedly coined by the women of the community who took a rather dim view of the men’s habit of lollygagging on the porch of the community store, rather than working.
There’s a new police officer in town. The Edmore Village Council approved hiring Sarah Chamberlain at Monday night’s council meeting, effective Tuesday. She worked her first full shift Friday night.
Cold weather is rapidly approaching, but the issue of snowplowing is a heated one in this village. The Edmore Village Council was at odds at Monday night’s meeting over which company to hire for snowplowing services this winter, as well as lawn mowing services next spring and summer.
This village’s president, accompanied by council and audience members, let loose with an unguarded tirade of complaints about the Maxfield family at a meeting earlier this year. Now it’s Tony Maxfield’s turn.
The Michigan State Police (MSP) Lakeview Post would like to notify residents that a new scam has been reported involving persons posing as members of the MSP, claiming you must pay money to clear a warrant.
The Daily News has received four Michigan Press Association (MPA) awards, along with two honorable mentions.
While tornado season is winding down for 2013, Montcalm County Central Dispatch has completed an upgrade to the outdoor emergency alert sirens throughout Montcalm County.
The federal government may be partially shut down, but the Michigan Women, Infants & Children (WIC) program is open for business … for now. Local health department officials say they’ve been told there was a flood of people at local grocery stores Tuesday, stocking up on baby supplies after hearing about possible effects of the government shutdown.
Two teenagers were injured in a three-vehicle accident near Vestaburg this evening.
In the wake of a recent shooting near a Lansing high school where three students and a fourth teenager were injured, Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, says legislation he has co-sponsored with Sen. Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan, will be “invaluable” in helping to prevent such horrific events from occurring in the future.