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Another roadblock stands in the way of efforts to rebuild Whites Covered Bridge, which was lost in an early morning blaze in July 2013. According to Tom Byle, president of the Whites Bridge Historical Society and a Kent County Road Commission engineer, the society will need to raise an additional $425,000, which is much more than expected.
New Stanton City Manager Elizabeth Pynaert was one of six applicants who applied for the position.
In selecting Pynaert at the Feb. 14 meeting, city commissioners claimed she was the only applicant with municipal management experience, but the applications submitted suggest otherwise.
Carson City-Crystal’s Trent Ward was named assistant wrestling coach of the year for Division 4 by Michigan High School Athletics Association. The award was announced at the state individual wrestling finals at The Palace of Auburn Hills this past weekend.
City staff are working hard to put together the budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. During a regular meeting of the Belding City Council Tuesday evening, the council had a work session to go over a draft of the budget. Attendees were given the chance to give their two cents about the budget during public comment.
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It was an unexpected and wonderful run, however, Montabella’s playoff streak came to an end at the hands of Leroy Pine River Tuesday.
Members of the Crystal Township Board voted unanimously Wednesday evening to have the boiler system of Crystal Community Center evaluated.
Greenville High School junior and Montcalm Township Fire Cadet Jacob Visser frequently attends the Montcalm Township Board meetings and has heard township trustees discuss plans for future improvements around the hall.
Visser decided to offer his time and work to make those improvements to use for his Eagle Scout project for Boy Scout Troop 111.
HAMILTON — Tri County’s girls basketball team had their season end Tuesday. The Vikings lost in semi-finals of the Class B regional tournament to Grand Rapids Catholic Central 55-32, ending their season at 15-8. The Cougars were ranked fourth in the state in Class B in the final Associated Press poll. Tri County co-coach Chris [...]