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About a dozen residents had a chance to share an intimate conversation with their local Congressman on Friday afternoon.
Rep. John Moolenaar, R-Midland, met with constituents at the Montcalm County Administrative Building in Stanton, where topics touched upon a variety of issues, including GMOs, Bridge cards, the national budget deficit and November’s presidential election.
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A child playing with a lighter caused a Greenville house to catch on fire this evening.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to the call around 6:30 p.m. at 815 W. Washington St.
Mary Andersen has a love for books that some people might say borders on bibliomania — those people just don’t get it. Ever since she was a girl, Andersen of Greenville has had a passion for the written word. Her personal collection of books is extensive. Even she is unsure how many books she has exactly, but she does know that she has no plans to part with them anytime soon.
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A run that circles Crystal Lake is set to have a special anniversary Saturday.
The Crystal Run The Lake will have its 20th run, which excites race organizer Janet Shy.
Unrest in Belding continues regarding to the appointment of nonresidents to commissions and boards. During a regular meeting Tuesday evening, the Belding City Council discussed that issue and heard comment from several members of the sizable audience.
New Carson City-Crystal varsity football coach Ben Brock is installing a spread offensive scheme at the high school level.
The spread offense is also being taught to those under high school age.
Montcalm County saw its highest voter turnout in a nonpresidential primary election in more than a decade Tuesday. A total of 23 percent of Montcalm County’s registered voters — 9,844 people — participated at the polls. Past primary elections saw 15 percent in 2014, 17 percent in 2012, 21 percent in 2010, 17 percent in 2008 and 11 percent in 2006.