Two football teams without a win in the first two weeks of the season will meet in Howard City Friday. The Central Montcalm Green Hornets will face the Tri County Vikings in the first Central State Activities Association Gold Division game for the Green Hornets.
Central third, Tri County fourth: The Vikings took fourth at the Lady Warrior Invitational Wednesday, shooting a team score of 523. That was behind Big Rapids’ 419, Chippewa Hills’ 427 and Central Montcalm’s 457. Julia Bice was fourth overall with a 103, Cierra Rose added a 127 for a 15th-place finish, Anna Caldwell shot a 143 and Megan Owen had a 150 that was assisted by a hole-in-one on the seventh hole, using a pitching wedge…
Like most of us after a long holiday weekend, the Central Montcalm Hornets were a little sluggish in the team’s first day back to work. The Hornets, though, responded well twice, to knock off both the White Cloud Indians and Portland St. Patrick Shamrocks in a volleyball triangular at home on Tuesday.
Out of control. Those are the three words that best describe Tuesday evening’s meeting of the Hubbardston Village Council in the small Irish village in northern Ionia County.
A benefit is scheduled for Friday for a National Guard sergeant who broke his neck and was left a quadriplegic after a rollover accident in Montcalm County last spring.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015
Members of the Crystal Township Board voted unanimously to begin the process to install forced air heating in two township office rooms.
John Bush, the longtime Ionia County drain commissioner, has announced his retirement effective Oct. 31. Bush’s current term expires on Jan. 1, 2017. He was mostly recently re-elected to office in August 2012 and has been the county drain commissioner nearly three decades now.
Those looking to experience a little of the Land Down Under can now do so in the heart of Montcalm County.
On Saturday, Terry and Gwen Anderson officially opened their new “Wallaby Walkabout” and “Parakeet Feeding” exhibits at their petting zoo at Anderson & Girls Orchards.
One of the best signs for a small city in a slowly recovering economy is expanding businesses.
Greenville is in the midst of a number of expanding or developing businesses. Most recently, Huntington Foam Inc. officials asked the city for a tax abatement in order to help cushion the cost of significant building improvements as well as the purchasing of new equipment.