MILLBROOK TOWNSHIP — On Sunday, a Greenville man was involved in a fatal car crash in Mecosta County. At 7:07 p.m., Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department deputies were dispatched to a head-on collision on M-66 just north of 4 Mile Road. Investigations uncovered the fact a pickup truck, driven by 47-year-old Stacy Brown of Greenville, crossed [...]
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There was a heavy police presence at Cedar Crest Elementary School in Greenville last week … and the students were thrilled.
When it comes to cancer treatment, is it a positive attitude that breeds success or success that produces a positive attitude?
If you ask cancer survivors Karen Herzog and Brenda Saladin, they might tell you it’s a little bit of both.
Zach Gregory is serious about his job. Dead serious.
If he did not take his take job seriously, there may be more dead motorists on the road.
Often, medical issues that aren’t major come up at the most inconvenient times, usually after hours when your primary care doctor is unavailable. And sometimes, the emergency room may seem like overkill.
For those in the Greenville area, that inconvenience may now be resolved with the opening of Spectrum Health United Hospital’s new Convenient Care Clinic.
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It’s taken about a year to finish construction and outfit with the facility with equipment, but a new wellness center is now open and accepting members. On Thursday, the Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health opened the doors of Wellness Works in Stanton. Open to the community at large, memberships are available for $20 per month or $192 per year.
Edgar Tovar, Fabian Corona and Chris Ornelas are Belding’s version of the big three. The soccer trio uses their quickness, agility and chemistry to weave in-and-out of opponents and have helped lead the Redskins to 13 wins this season. The latest victory was a 4-2 victory over O-K Blue rival West Catholic at Rudness Field on Thursday evening.
Between working to support his family and coaching his children’s after-school sports programs, Ted Flynn is one of many fathers who would do anything for his kids. So when the opportunity presented itself to spend a day at Ellis Elementary School in Belding, to be in the same classroom as his own child, Flynn jumped at the opportunity.