Kindergarten students through second-graders at MacNaughton Elementary School now have access to 82 new backpacks full of school supplies, thanks to a donation from AT&T Pioneers. The backpacks — in colors of pink, black, light blue and dark blue — were distributed to the Howard City school on Monday morning. Each backpack contains an assortment of notebooks, colored pencils, crayons, glue sticks, scissors and a pencil box.
During a regular meeting Monday evening, board of trustee members discussed the possibility of a medical marijuana provisioning center within the boundaries of the township.
There are a number of landmark birthdays throughout one’s life; milestones that people look forward to hitting as they age. At 16, it’s legal to get a driver’s license. At 18, it’s legal to vote. At 21, it’s legal to drink alcohol.
One person was injured after a camper trailer exploded in Langston Monday morning.
Anyone wishing to run for an elected position for county, city, township or village races in November’s general election can still do so as a write-in. The deadline to file as a write-in candidate is 4 p.m. Oct. 28 at your local county clerk’s office. Candidates must file a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate, which can be obtained from a county clerk’s office.
Similar to what Lakeview did for its homecoming game Sept. 22, Morley Stanwood’s volleyball team was part of a school assembly Friday afternoon, playing Tri County in a non-conference match.
The Mohawks won 25-18, 26-24 over the Vikings in front of a large student body.
On a dreary, rain-soaked evening in an air versus ground attack game between the Breckenridge Huskies and the Carson City-Crystal Eagles, the running game won.
The Huskies (6-0 overall) spoiled the Eagles’ homecoming night with a 38-0 win Friday, which Carson City-Crystal head coach Ben Brock said was a hard learning lesson, not only for his team but him personally, as well.
Jodie Faber of Greenville and Kelli Weeks of Ionia have both battled — and defeated — breast cancer. They now are looking at a different kind of battle: Survivorship.
Samantha Russel seems like an ordinary student. She’s funny, friendly and talkative. She’s involved in extracurriculars, including being the president of the National Honors Society and playing in the percussion section of the band. But she’s added an extraordinary accomplishment as a semifinalist in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program — the first Greenville High School student to boast that achievement since the early 2000s.
Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016