During the summer and fall months, Alan G. Davis Park features an invasion that floods the grounds with rambunctious, sweaty people who wave clubs and throw missiles, grunting all the while.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Jan. 29, 2014
A proposed master plan and snow removal were the chief topics of Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Stanton City Commission.
Commissioners debated the merits, and related expense, of updating the city’s master plan. According to City Manager Jake Eckholm, a new master plan is long overdue and the cost estimate provided by Rowe Engineering is in line with similar firms.
A few years ago, the Village of Edmore Police Department created a Facebook page to help promote a seminar we were hosting at Montabella High School. We quickly found that this page served as an excellent tool in getting information to the masses quickly and efficiently.
There’s more than one kind of hunger. Particularly around the holidays; a time of family and friends, of gathering together with loved ones. For those with none of the above, it can be a lonely time, a time when the hunger for simple human companionship can grow every bit as sharp as the need for a warm holiday meal.
Read funeral notices for Friday, Nov. 28, 2014.
In an effort to make bicycle enthusiasts feel more welcome to tour the city and its parks, the city of Greenville is taking steps to make cycling more accessible and safe.
A woman was killed and two others were injured in a two-vehicle accident this evening just north of Howard City.
Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident at the intersection of Almy and Federal roads at 5:49 p.m.
Last summer, Jaime Gibson Newell went for a motorcycle ride while on vacation. She crashed in a horrific accident and woke up from a coma three weeks later to find herself paralyzed. This holiday season, Jaime, 35, is in a wheelchair, but she says she has so much to be thankful for.
If you find your driveway has magically been shoveled after a snowstorm this winter … the Carson City-Crystal Band just might be responsible.
The shoveling service is just one of many ways CC-C students are working to raise funds for a planned trip to Walt Disney World in the spring of 2016.
“Any snow day, we’ll be shoveling,” said Band Director Chad Parmenter. “We’re just going to go out and do it and leave an envelope and if you want to donate, you can.”