Area sportsmen will have another choice for equipment, ammo and more come April 1. That’s if Kelly Skarl, owner of the soon-to-open Pro Outfitters, on Lafayette Street, manages to get his recently purchased building ready in time.
Let’s take a moment to appreciate the gubernatorial leadership we have in Michigan these days.
When measuring the value of a student’s education, there are countless factors that are considered and evaluated before a single assignment is eventually handed from teacher to student. Be it math, science, English or history, the coursework educators teach on a national level takes years of study and development before a final curriculum is established.
I turned to a person near me and remarked, “You know, I’ve been coming to these events for more than 20 years, and I’ve yet to win one of those guns!” The guy gave me a rather uninterested glance and remarked, “Well, you’ve got to buy some tickets in order to win.”
For the seventh time in the career of coach Kevin McAlvey, Fellowship Baptist Academy’s boys basketball team has won a Michigan Association of Christian Schools state title. The Falcons were winners March 2 when they beat Springfield Christian 62-47 in Clarkston.
Laingsburg senior Shaun McKinney got hot at the right time. McKinney scored 10 consecutive Wolfpack points in what turned out to be a game deciding 14-2 run in the second quarter of the Class C district final at Carson City-Crystal on Friday.
A Comstock Park man is avoiding more serious charges in Montcalm County after allegedly letting his 4-year-old son drive a vehicle through a field and crash into a tree while the man was drunk. Sean Bylsma, 34, is being charged with fourth-degree fleeing a police officer and assaulting or resisting or obstructing a police officer, both felonies with possible two-year prison sentences, and open alcohol in a motor vehicle and operating while license suspended, both misdemeanors.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, March 9, 2013.
Two local intermediate school districts (ISDs) are looking to expand services to better serve students.
The Montcalm Area ISD (MAISD) and Ionia County ISD (ICISD) are creating more formal processes to identify areas where the district can share services in the future.
A 38-year-old Ronald Township woman was sentenced Tuesday involving the bomb threat to Palo Elementary School on Nov. 28.
Veronica Lynn Haring was sentenced in Ionia Circuit Court Tuesday on one count of a false report of threat of a bomb/harmful device and once count probation violation.