Local emergency officials helped deliver a baby last Saturday afternoon at a Howard City home. An ambulance and Rescue 29 unit responded to a report of a pregnant woman with back pain at 1:21 p.m. Soon after officials arrived, they realized the 19-year-old woman was actually in labor.
Belding’s boys basketball team has had a week to think about what went wrong in their last game. The Redskins lost to Grand Rapids West Catholic Saturday 58-37. Since then Belding has been trying to repair the damage in time for today’s game against Cedar Springs.
Savannah Case has got one big decision taken care of: where she wants to play college basketball.
Read the funeral notices for Friday, Jan. 3, 2014.
A new therapy technique designed to ease knee pain without surgery is now being performed at Carson City Hospital. The new procedure, which implements cooled radio-frequency lesioning and has been used to ease back pain for many years, has only recently begun being used to do the same in regards to pain in the knee.
A 2013 Kids Count report that measures child-well being based on a variety of factors shows Montcalm County ranks toward the bottom in the state in the number of children living in families investigated for abuse and neglect.
The Montcalm County treasurer wants delinquent taxpayers to know help is available. In the past, the Montcalm County Treasurer’s Office has granted one-year extensions on properties in danger of foreclosure. According to Treasurer JoAnne Vukin, this involved a detailed application process, including income specifics and expense statements.
Take a look back at the top Daily News stories of 2013.
Funeral notices for Thursday, January 2, 2014
As 2013 comes to a close, The Daily News is taking a look back at the top 10 local sports stories of the year. We counted down from 10 to four earlier in the week. The top three stories feature four teams and many more individuals in outstanding seasons.