Arriving late often causes problems. When the pizza delivery man shows up late, it can be irritating. When a contractor is behind schedule, it is annoying. When the school bus schedule is off, everything is thrown off.
The Michigan High School football season is a little less than two months away. To be exact, the first official practice allowed is Aug. 10. On Thursday, the Greenville Yellow Jackets hosted the Lakeview Wildcats and Tri County Vikings in a 7-on-7 passing camp at Legacy Field. It was the first camp for both the Wildcats and Vikings, but second for Greenville as they were at Rockford on Tuesday. All three coaches seem pleased with their teams’ effort.
Area youth girl basketball players spent the past four days working on developing skills that will only help in their basketball future. Girls grades fourth through eighth got together for the “Camp of Champs” hosted by the Greenville High School girls basketball program Monday through Thursday.
Two buildings in downtown Greenville are in the midst of a grand facelift.
Tri County’s slow start to the 2015 baseball season may have been a little deceiving. The Vikings began the season with six consecutive losses, but finished the season 23-13, which included their first-ever CSAA Gold Conference championship.
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Residents of this village who may have a moldy mattress or junked car lying in their front yard are running out of time to clean up their act.
Well, this stinks. That was the consensus at Monday’s subcommittee meeting during which Montcalm County officials attempted to sort out a sewer fund discrepancy involving Little Whitefish Lake in Pierson Township.
Greenville and Eureka Township are on the cusp of coming to an arrangement concerning a contention about the public sewer service around Baldwin Lake.
Tri County’s girls soccer team had a season to remember, even if it didn’t end the way they wanted it to. The Vikings went 19-6 this season, punctuated by the fact that none of the six losses they suffered was in regulation. Tri County had their season end in a shootout in the Division 2 district semifinals, losing to Newaygo in an otherwise scoreless game.