Like the phoenix of Greek mythology, rising from its ashes to be reborn again, so too will the historic Whites Covered Bridge. Destroyed by arson on July 7, 2013, the Whites Bridge Historical Society recently announced the bridge will be replaced with a replica bridge, as early as next year.
Shortly after 10 a.m. Friday morning, Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office deputies briefly closed M66 in Montcalm County between Lake Montcalm Road and Cannonsville Road so an airplane could take off.
Mia Kaarstein, a foreign exchange student at Belding High School, received an email this week that will now allow her to “have it all.” On Wednesday, the 18-year-old was sitting in a classroom with her fellow senior students, all of whom will soon be dressed in caps and gowns participating in their graduation commencement ceremony less than a month away … all of them, except for Kaarstein.
The weather conditions were not ideal, to say the least. Playing in a strong wind, snow and bitter cold temperatures for April, the Greenville Yellow Jackets boys golf team hosted an O-K Bronze Jamboree at Brookside Golf Course on Wednesday afternoon.
Carson City-Crystal’s boys track team and Montabella’s girls track team got wins in the first Mid-State Activities Conference jamboree of the season Wednesday. The Eagle boys scored 112 points, beating the 89.5 scored by Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart and 84 scored by Coleman. Montabella had 48 and Vestaburg scored 13.
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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away there was an event which brought peace. That event was the R2B2 Duathlon.
GREENVILLE — The City of Greenville Planning Commission tabled a public hearing and site review, approved a zoning amendment and reviewed some facts on Thursday evening. During the Thursday meeting, the planning commission tabled a public hearing and final site plan review concerning the expansion of the EZ Mart Mobil gas station at the corner [...]
A Michigan Notable Book Award winner — and former Detroit punk rocker — will make an appearance at Carson City Public Library on Saturday. Sean Madigan Hoen, a native of Dearborn, is the author of “Songs Only You Know,” a searing memoir detailing his growing-up years amidst themes of addiction, depression, the music industry and family love and loss.
This community found its new city manager Tuesday evening, one who was already seated in the chair he will now fill on a more permanent basis. In a 5-0 vote, the council elected to remove the interim tag and promote Bruce Brown as Belding’s new city manager.