Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Aug. 21, 2015
The Danish Festival Band, led by Director Keith Hudson, leads the group during a performance Thursday evening at Tower Riverside Park in Greenville.
Cool temperatures and the threat of rain did little to dissuade the Tower Riverside Park audience from turning out in force.
A major grant seven years in the making is finally a reality for a historic building in this village. Village Manager James Lower on Wednesday announced that Edmore has been awarded a $625,875 grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) for the old General Bag Corp. building.
The 51st annual Danish Festival began this evening with the traditional flag-raising ceremony at Heritage Park outside Greenville City Hall. The event included a performance of “God Bless America” by Danish Festival Queen Brianna Van Houten.
The 51st annual Danish Festival began this evening with the traditional flag-raising ceremony at Heritage Park outside Greenville City Hall. The event included a performance of Denmark’s National Anthem.
When Bruce Brown was hired six months ago on an interim basis, his first concern was centered on improving the future for city residents. As of Tuesday evening, the Belding city manager will have at least two more years to focus on that goal.
The Big Rapids Cardinals were expected to be the favorite to take home the CSAA championships this season. On Wednesday, at the first league match of the season, the Cardinals showed exactly why so many had those expectations.
The focus for the Greenville Yellow Jackets has officially turned toward next week’s season opening football game against rival Belding. That was the message from coach Dave Moore following a four team scrimmage at Legacy Field on Wednesday, which pitted the Yellow Jackets against East Lansing, Muskegon Mona Shores and Jenison.
Knights of old had shiny armor when throwing down with a mighty dragon to save the city and citizens from certain destruction. However strong it was, that shiny armor lacked one thing: Proper thermal insulation protection against the fiery blast of dragon breath.
There was a time when the annual Potato Festival was a Really Big Deal. If organizer Sandy Jordan has her way, that’s going to be the case again, starting with this year’s festivities, which get underway today through Sunday.