A Montcalm County sheriff’s deputy was shot with a cross bow Friday and a Michigan State Police trooper shot and killed the suspect in return.
With instruments in hand, stadium lights beaming down from above and an audience of peers and judges before them, the first breath on the turf of Legacy Field for hundreds of students Wednesday was followed by an exhale of nerves and the unknown.
The former home of America’s largest pickle salting station is poised for a new future in industry. An official announcement could be made as soon as this month about a new industry — and new jobs — coming to almost 9 acres of property formerly home to a lumber and sawmill outfit and later a pickle facility on the shores of Tamarack Lake, confirmed Lakeview Village Manager Jacob Eckholm.
Two years of planning and hard work are soon to come to fruition for Lakeview Community Schools.
The renovation and construction project there — the result of the 2013 passage of a $12.5 million bond — has resulted in needed improvements to virtually every area of the elementary, middle and high schools.
When it comes to cancer treatment, is it a positive attitude that breeds success or success that produces a positive attitude?
If you ask cancer survivors Karen Herzog and Brenda Saladin, they might tell you it’s a little bit of both.
Local publishing is alive and well thanks, in part, to the recent release of two new books by area authors. Prolific writers Verwayne Greenhoe and Dallas Lincoln both self-published books this past summer.
“When I was your age, we had to walk to school through the mud, uphill, both ways! Barefoot!”
A cry (and a lie) uttered by most parents to their school-age offspring at least once during the course of his or her academic career. Times have changed.
The Wheatland Music Festival always draws a crowd, and this year it was a sellout one.
The 42nd annual festival took place Friday through Sunday near Remus, boasting an audience of more than 10,000 people.
The head of the Road Commission for Montcalm County says a Winfield Township official is incorrect in his complaints about local road work.
Supervisor Phyllis Larson, Clerk Colleen Stebbins, Treasurer Michael Gommesen, trustees Cathy Killinger and Dan Kanouse were all present at the June 11 meeting of the township board.
The cute little pink piglet contentedly chewed on the fresh green grass, oblivious to the interruption that was about to descend on her peaceful bliss. The piglet was the star of the show in the third annual Trufant Jubilee Pig Scramble where children — and adults — had the opportunity to catch the porker and win an impressive trophy and a few minutes of fame.