When planning a city, it is all about appearance. During last Thursday’s Greenville Planning Commission meeting, commissioners revisited a discussion concerning a new gas station. During a previous meeting, commissioners held a work session where they meticulously discussed the idiosyncrasies of a gas station site plan submitted by Murphy Oil USA, Inc.
A high scoring game was expected between two talented offensive teams. Both the Greenville Yellow Jackets and Comstock Park Panthers entered Friday’s game averaging 39 points per game. Unfortunately for the Yellow Jackets, the expected offensive explosion was one-sided.
GREENVILLE — Just before noon on Monday, a four-year-old child was hit by a vehicle on Lafayette Street in Greenville The child did not survive. Allegedly, a pick-up truck was attempting a turn from West Washington Street onto Lafayette Street when the driver struck the child. More information will be available later in The Daily [...]
Montcalm County Animal Control Director Angie Hollinshead was typing a new dog kennel ordinance draft on Friday, when the idea struck her.
“Maybe we just don’t do kennels anymore,” she said.
Read funeral notices for Monday, Sept. 14, 2015.
Tri County senior quarterback Colton Harris looked like a one-man wrecking crew during Friday’s 41-27 Central State Activities Association Gold Division victory over Central Montcalm, but he was the first to admit that he had a little help from his friends.
“My linemen gave me awesome protection and my receiving corps did an awesome job catching the ball,” Harris said. Harris, meanwhile, did just about everything else by shredding the Hornets on the ground and through the air.
Kyle Smith was the difference. The Greenville Yellow Jackets scored seven goals, but it was the play of Smith in goal who keyed a 7-3 home victory over the Tri County Vikings on Thursday. In all, Smith made 16 saves for the Yellow Jackets including a penalty kick save on goal-scoring machine Dylan Matulis late in the second half.
Generations have read and loved Frost’s depiction of a silent, snow-shrouded woodland, but few have lived first-hand that ephemeral, fleeting communion with the natural world recounted in the poet’s words. Those who have don’t forget the experience.
Funeral notices — Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015
On the corner of Grove and N. Court streets, there is a steady, constant hum. It is the sound of production, and it’s been humming along well now for 75 years.