The scenery on M-91 headed north from Greenville to Lakeview could see a change this spring. A public hearing was held Monday night to discuss rezoning the property on the southeast corner of M-91 and Stanton Road in Pine Township and a proposal for a special land use for a Dollar General store to be built.
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It was tough for Lakeview’s boys basketball team to prepare for its game against Newaygo on Tuesday night. The Wildcats had sickness running through the team to the point where only four players practiced Monday. Others were still feeling the effects, but Lakeview pulled out a 69-66 win over Newaygo.
Midway through the third quarter, during a timeout, Mark Haist shouted a reminder to his team that even got the home crowd going during a conference game Tuesday. “Have some heart and finish this game!” the Greenville coach exclaimed to his team, which seemed to energize the Yellow Jackets in its 43-40 win over Cedar Springs.
Clearing up concerns from township officials and residents, Montcalm County Sheriff Mike Williams made an appearance Wednesday evening at the Crystal Township Board meeting to answer questions regarding a new police contract.
It was good news and bad news from the Montcalm Township Fire Department at Wednesday night’s meeting.
On a positive note, Fire Chief Clif Dickinson requested the township board approve hiring four men to join the fire department.
Eighteen years ago, members of the congregation at First Baptist Church in Carson City set forth a mission to build a new, bigger place of worship.
As commuters now pass enter and exit the city from the west, they can see that the dream that was established nearly two decades ago is now coming to fruition.
It’s official … a bond proposal will appear on the ballot for Greenville-area voters May 2.
The bond proposal is from Greenville Public Schools and, if approved by voters, will increase the tax levy of property taxes from 6 mils to 7.4 mils. With the funds from the bond, the district will make improvements to facilities, technology, playground equipment and other items.
Every two months, the Lakeview Ministerial Association hosts a food truck from West Michigan Food Bank as part of its food pantry.
The food truck, which comes from the West Michigan Food Bank in Grand Rapids gets a bargain on the 5,000 pounds of food it delivers up to Lakeview, but the $545 charge is by no means cheap.
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