STANTON — The City Commission approved several new ordinances at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting. Three of the four ordinances center around the city’s blight problem, which City Manager Jake Eckholm called “alarming.” The ordinances will allow city staffers to go onto derelict properties to determine levels of non-compliance. In some cases, the city could request [...]
As the playing of taps steadily carried across Central Riverside Park, combined with tears that rolled softly down the cheeks of many who circled around several war memorials, it was evident — Belding remembered.
The Muskegon River Watershed Assembly (MRWA) is working on some exciting projects in Montcalm County.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners heard an update today from MRWA Director Terry Stilson. The Muskegon River is the second longest river in Michigan at 217 miles long. The Muskegon River Watershed is situated in west central Michigan and encompasses more than 2,700 miles.
Deputies from the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department are investigating a one-car rollover accident that took place around 12:12 a.m. Tuesday.
According to police, Jacob Cameron, 19, of New York, lost control of his Chevy Blazer while attempting to stop near the intersection of South Berridge Road and M-57. The vehicle rolled onto its roof on the north side of the road.
Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a single vehicle accident that took place around 5:30 p.m. Monday in the 8400 block of Garbow Road.
Investigators say a tan Toyota Corolla, driven by Scott Huff, 46, of Howard City, left the road and struck a tree. At the scene, police discovered Huff lying unconscious in the grass near the burning car.
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Pfc. Ceo Bauer was one of the men who would become known as the Iron Men of Metz
“I was in the Third Squad of the First Platoon of I Company of the 377th Regiment of the 95th Infantry Division,” he said. “I was a rifleman. We did our duty.”
A fresh crop of Tri County High School students celebrated years of academics, sports and extracurricular activities at commencement exercises Thursday evening at the school. The graduating class of 2015 saw 149 students cross the stage to receive diplomas.
In a heartfelt ceremony, the Seiter Educational Service Center celebrated the accomplishments of four of its graduates. Camille Bradley, Timothy Darnell, Kelanie Jones and J Charles Rockafellow all received their certificates of completion Friday.
When Hailey Olger was 5 years old, she won the Sheridan Springfest junior princess contest. She was also the only contestant. History has a way of repeating itself.