For 24 hours, more than 500 participants from 34 teams worked together, walking along the track at Yellow Jacket Stadium raising funds to fight against cancer. From 10 a.m. Saturday to 10 a.m. Sunday, volunteers walked at the annual Relay For Life of Montcalm County event after having collected pledges, earning funds that will go to aid those fighting against cancer within the county.
When 248 students graduated from Greenville High School last Sunday, it was a celebration of academic achievement.
But for 10 of those students, the occasion was clouded.
Most of us remember the “family truckster” station wagon in the movie “National Lampoon’s Vacation.” It was what we typically thought of as the perfect vehicle for a growing family.
An intersection that often causes confusion for both residents and visitors will no longer contain street-side parking in effort to ease traffic concerns. During Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, City Engineer Doug Hinken reported the intersection of S. Marvel Drive and W. Judd Street has resulted in safety concerns, primarily due to “a situation with the configuration” of the intersection.
Three law enforcement men are vying to be elected the next sheriff of Montcalm County.
Longtime Sheriff Bill Barnwell is retiring at the end of this year. Whoever voters choose in the Aug. 2 primary election to succeed Barnwell will be tasked with overseeing a department that has been hit with repeated budget cuts over the years.
The Daily News asked the three candidates — all Republicans — for their thoughts about the budget crunch and their plans for the future, if elected.
Michael Kotenko rose to speak before the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners.
May 23 was the first major public appearance for the 14-year sheriff’s deputy since last autumn, when he narrowly escaped being murdered on the job.
In satisfying a longtime goal of receiving small improvements at the Greenville Area Recreation and Community Center, new window blinds will now be coming to the facility.
There is but one day in four years of attending high school when a student can be considered the official guest of honor — graduation day. For the 248 seniors at Greenville High School, Sunday marked the final day in which they entered their school as students and exited as alumni.
Kenneth Swartz and his wife Iva Mae sat through the roll call at the 127th Greenville Alumni Association banquet Saturday evening. They heard the request for the recent 2016 graduates to stand, then they heard the request for those who graduated in 10 years ago in 2006.
Ruth Reed and Marvel Linnan have been described as “Danes through and through.” This year, they will get the chance to showcase their Danish heritage publicly as the Danish Festival grand marshals for the festival’s 52nd year.