Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Feb. 13, 2015
Life can be tough for kids in middle school. Stuck in that adolescent no-man’s land between childhood and the world of adults is often a confusing miasma of trying to fit in, trying to stand out and just trying to make it through another day of sixth grade. It’s all too easy for kids to make bad decisions. And often, when they do, they’re too emotionally inexperienced to find workable solutions to their problems.
Whooping cough has been on the collective mind of the Greenville Public Schools community for a week.
Michigan is experiencing yet again another brutally cold and snow-filled winter season — the perfect recipe for what is expected to be another fun-filled Crystal Lake Winter Festival on Saturday.
The possibility of a new snow removal ordinance continues to occupy the Lakeview Village Council. Council members voted Monday to approve the purchase of a new tractor and plow to allow the Department of Public Works (DPW) to keep sidewalks clear within village limits. However, they did not come to a decision as to whether that service will be provided, and if so, how it will be paid for.
On Tuesday, it was all about hitting the racks at the Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) meeting … bike racks, that is. City Engineer Doug Hinken joined the DDA meeting to discuss an upcoming bike rack project. Last November, the Greenville Area Community Foundation awarded a grant for $13,122 for the installation of several bike racks throughout the city.
Bruce Brown is no stranger to managing cities.Now he is expected to bring his knowledge of the industry to this community. During a special Belding City Council meeting Tuesday evening, the council voted 5-0 to nominate Brown for the position of interim city manager.
Tri County’s wrestling team had to work to win their Division 3 wrestling district Wednesday. The Vikings held off a late charge from Grant to take a 39-25 win at home.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015
The effort to move the Crystal Community Library to a more reliable facility has taken one step closer to reality.