Life in a small town is what you make it. It’s a matter of who you choose as friends, which activities you choose to participate in; in short, you get out of it what you put into it. That’s the philosophy of Kennedy Cogswell, who recently put in her last day as a senior at Lakeview High School.
City budgeting can get complicated, but prioritizing the projects with available funding makes the process as exciting as it is rewarding.
During a special meeting Tuesday, the Greenville City Council discussed the Capital Improvements Budget as part of the overall city budget for 2015-2016.
It seems nearly every town has some sort of summertime concert series these days. After all, what’s not to like about free music in a bucolic, temperate setting?
But few of these musical offerings compare with the acts presented this year at Lakeview’s Music in the Park concert series. The surprisingly diverse lineup includes several nationally recognized acts, renowned recording artists and a few West Michigan favorites.
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Montabella High School senior Madelyn Karcher personifies the words “proactive” and “leadership.” For starters, this year as a senior, she tackled six dual enrollment classes at Mid Michigan Community College and she took an online English course. She will not be stopping there.
GREENVILLE — It has been a long time in the coming but the City of Greenville Planning Commission made a final decision during its Tuesday meeting. Finishing a process that started in early March, the planning commission unanimously approved a motion to accept the final site plan for the EZ Mart Mobil gas station reconstruction [...]
The Muskegon River travels through 12 counties in Michigan, playing a major role in the Great Lakes State moniker. A group of river-lovers have been working for almost two decades with the mission to preserve, protect and restore the Muskegon River Watershed, which encompasses more than 2,700 miles in west central Michigan.
Financially, Stanton is in even better shape than it really needs to be, according to City Manager Jake Eckholm. At Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Stanton City Commission, commissioners reviewed and approved the budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The outlook is fairly positive.
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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.