Carpooling just became more convenient in Greenville. The Meijer store now features a park and ride on the west side of its parking lot, thanks to a yearlong effort by the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee.
Greenville’s volleyball team had a chance to take revenge on Northview for two O-K Bronze Conference losses during the regular season. The Wildcats never gave the Yellow Jackets a chance.
He wasn’t part of the original plan. No one had expected to discover him. Hockey scouting reports weren’t singing his praises, but as fate would have it, the ambition of a resilient Russian would give just enough of a push to grab the eye of an organization and forever change his future.
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A Carson City man was killed in an early morning car accident today. The Michigan State Police are investigating the crash, which occurred around 3:30 a.m. on Vickeryville Road near Holland Lake Road.
The Ravenna Bulldogs were a little more physical and a little more athletic than the Carson City-Crystal Eagles. On Saturday, in the first round of the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 6 football playoffs, the Bulldogs, behind the effort of running back David Thompson, defeated the Eagles 42-14 to advance to the district final.
Montabella’s girls cross country team made their second trip in as many seasons to Michigan International Speedway Saturday for the Division 4 state finals. The Mustangs ended up 15th among 27 teams in the meet, getting 426 points to finish just ahead of Wixom St. Catherine’s 427 and behind Hillsdale Academy’s 414.
The seats for Michigan’s 3rd and 4th districts are both being contested in Tuesday’s general election.
The 3rd District covers portions of Barry, Calhoun, Ionia, Kent and Montcalm counties. The 4th District encompasses 15 counties in the central and northwest section of Michigan, including Montcalm County.
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Turnovers are hard to overcome. Seven turnovers are virtually insurmountable. On Friday, the Chippewa Hills Warriors used a dominant defensive performance and special teams to set up its offense in a 41- 0 shutout win over the Lakeview Wildcats in the opening round of the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 5 playoffs.