If not for the first quarter, the Tri County Vikings just might have a winning record. In three Tri County (1-3 overall) losses this season, the Vikings have been outscored 69-0 in the first quarter. They have returned the favor by outscoring their opponents 71-40 in the final three quarters in those same games. Another slow start against Big Rapids on Friday was too difficult to come back from.
Although it has been a less than successful season, The Market is going out with a bang. The Market, a Greenville-based, open-air vendor market which aims to sell everything from homemade craft goods to locally grown produce, has been located in Lafayette Park, the small pocket park in downtown Greenville, the last Saturday of every month since May.
Autumn returns to West Michigan on Wednesday, bringing with it the seventh installment of ArtPrize.
This year, more than 1,500 entries have been submitted to be on display at more than 160 venues across three square miles of Grand Rapids starting Wednesday through Oct. 11.
CC-Crystal falls in 4: The Eagles lost a home match against Portland St. Patrick in four sets 19-25, 25-20, 25-20, 26-24. Jenna Schneider had 18 digs, 13 points and four aces…
Funeral notices for Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015
The Greenville Public Schools Central Services Facility was filled with exceptional readers tonight.
During the regular Board of Education meeting, the Flat River Community Library showcased its star readers from its annual summer reading program.
A familiar face now sits at the head of the Belding Area Schools Board of Education.
Timothy Flynn, who has served as a member of the board for 19 years, was appointed in a unanimous vote this evening to the position of board president.
During last Tuesday’s Carson City Council meeting, Carson City Police Chief Dave Ellis recognized Michigan State Police (MSP) Trooper Evan Mize with the city’s “Life Saving Commendation Award,” an award Carson City Police Officer Phil Andres received in June.
While folks lined up their chairs Saturday along the parade route, hoping for a glimpse of a special parade entry, one unwanted guest showed up. Minutes before Howard City Harvest Festival’s early afternoon grand parade, sprinkles of rain turned into a heavy drizzle, scattering those lining the parade route to seek shelter under wind-blown umbrellas, doorways and porches.
Emily Van Kleek has been trying to reach the top shelf for the past three years. Last week, in the aisles of the Leppink’s store in Stanton, she finally made it.