Sen. Carl Levin may have had one of his busier weekends in Washington, D.C., in recent memory, but that didn’t stop him from making a scheduled stop in Montcalm County Saturday evening. After a 13-hour process resulting in the first formal United States budget proposal in four years finally ended at 5 a.m. Saturday, Levin boarded a plane and flew back to Michigan with his sights on the VFW Hall in Sheridan for the eighth annual Eleanor Roosevelt Dinner, hosted by the Montcalm County Democrats.
Sure, Central Montcalm’s boys basketball team could have had a better season. The Green Hornets were 4-17 on the season, but not all was lost, according to coach John Kearney.
Greenville’s boys basketball team had some big expectations for the past season despite losing almost all their starters from last season to the college ranks. The Yellow Jackets were heading into a new conference in the O-K Bronze and the season started with some optimism.
Carson City-Crystal’s boys basketball team had a chance to make a name for themselves. The Eagles were within a game of sharing a Mid-State Activities Conference title and ended up in the championship game of a Class C district.
Belding senior Tyler Strevel said playing college baseball “has been a dream for a long time.” That dream came true on Wednesday when he signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Aquinas College next season.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, March 25, 2013
Sinking submarines, wind turbines, duct-taped hammocks and boiled golf balls were just a few inventions created by third- and fourth-graders. The annual Science and Engineering Expo at Lincoln Heights Elementary School had the little inventors showcasing their tested theories and engineering projects Thursday night.
Is there anything that tastes so good as home-baked bread, fresh from the oven? That’s a rhetorical question; there is not. Once a staple of the American household, home-baked bread has for the most part gone the way of pipe-smoking dads and stay-at-home moms. Most folks simply no longer have time for the luxury of creating their own baked goods. Fortunately, there’s a nearby alternative to making your own: Home Baked Just for You, a new cottage business at 116 N. Webster St. in Greenville.
In April, seven Greenville DECA students will be showcasing their talents and marketing skills at the International DECA Conference in Anaheim, Calif. DECA is a student organization comprised of sophomores, juniors and seniors. It prepares its members for careers in marketing, management, finance and hospitality.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, March 23, 2013.