Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, March 17, 2015
With new facilities, from gymnasiums to auditoriums, comes the responsibility of maintaining those arenas and theaters to keep them preserved for future students. At Monday evening’s Belding Area Schools Board of Education meeting, board members voted unanimously 7-0 to approve $11076.62 to refinish two of the district’s gymnasiums.
Driving along M-66 through this diminutive village, one might get the idea not much is happening there. The quiet side streets, the “no wake” lake, the mom and pop restaurants and clapboard churches; it all seems to whisper, “Nope, nothin’ to see here.” And maybe there’s some truth to that. But as winter winds down and summer approaches, this sleepy little town starts waking up. Evidence of this can be found nearly every weekday at the village’s community center.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, March 16, 2015
An early morning structure fire claimed the life of its homeowner Saturday shortly after he called 911. Charles Ring, 78, was near the door of his home when firefighters responded to a structure fire at his residence.
If nothing else, the Greenville Planning Commission is detail-oriented and proud of it.
During Thursday’s meeting, the Planning Commission reviewed the final site plan for the Crescent View Village portion of the Hathaway Green Planned Unit Development (PUD). The review is one of the last steps Hathaway must take before it begins construction on the apartments.
The Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education is considering the pros and cons of switching to a balanced calendar school year.
The year would shift from the traditional 180 day school calendar to make the learning process more continuous and to maximize the use of school facilities. Students would have periodic shorter breaks, rather than a long summer break.
The secret of this village’s St. Patrick’s Day success? Keep it simple.
Irish dancers, Irish stew and “the world’s shortest parade.” And lots of green beer.
Three committees, 30+ bills, 130+ votes … and the hope for a budget that balances in 10 years.
Those are just a few numbers that represent John Moolenaar’s first 10 weeks in office as representative for Michigan’s 4th District, which covers multiple counties in the state’s northern and central region, including Gratiot, Isabella, Mecosta and Montcalm counties.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, March 14, 2015.