About 450 youths from all over the United States have come to Greenville to lend a hand to area residents in need. The Flat River II Workcamp has hit the ground running in Greenville, sending eager youths all around the area painting, building stairs, constructing ramps and more.
A Howard City man has been charged with a fatal hit and run three months after the accident occurred. Ronald Williams, 57, was arraigned last week and charged with failure to stop at the scene of an accident, resulting in serious impairment or death — a felony with a maximum sentence of five years and/or $5,000.
State Rep. Rick Outman held a press conference Tuesday to discuss funding of Yellow Jack Drive in Greenville — and to present the college with a $200,000 check. When Montcalm Community College (MCC) started the process for construction on its new Greenville campus, ideas arose on how to utilize the partial road of Yellow Jacket Drive.
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It was a beautiful night for baseball on Tuesday. It was also a beautiful night for a high school 7-on-7 passing camp. With the high school football season less than two weeks (Aug. 6 is the first day of practice) away that has become the norm on school campuses around the state.
Crime victims, their families and the public expect quick action from their criminal justice system. As Montcalm County prosecutor since 1998 and previously an assistant prosecutor, I fully understand that expectation. I have witnessed, up close every day for 23 years, terrible pain and loss inflicted upon the innocent by the criminally guilty.
About 20 people attended Monday’s Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting to make a statement about “the original Constitutional jurisdiction of Michigan, a free and independent state.” During the public comment portion of the meeting, Robert Gilman and his wife, Marilyn Totzkay, both of Crystal, read portions of a lengthy statement, as did Randy Esch of Stanton. The group did not make any formal request of the commissioners.
A family from Grandville adopted a puppy from the Montcalm County Animal Shelter earlier this year. After weeks of searching, Justin and Lisa Stonehouse and their four children decided to adopt a golden Labarador retriever mix they named Phoebe. The puppy was spayed, received her shots and relocated to a new home. She and her new family immediate fell in love.
Greenville Public Schools recently received reports of meeting the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standards for all of its buildings. “I am thrilled they all made it,” said Assistant Superintendent Diane Brissette. According to the Michigan Department of Education website, AYP is part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
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