As seven-year old Theophiles Iwuh exited the 18th annual Belding Community Showcase with his mother, Sally Corder-Myles, he could’t help but unleash his curiosity on Belding Fire Chief Gregg Moore.
Manufacturing is a huge part of the Greenville area community and area officials are launching a campaign to promote interest in manufacturing jobs, skills for which are in high demand.
After years of decision making, setting goals and working to establish a bright future for Threshold Academy, preparing for the end may now be the final sobering task that members of the Threshold Academy Board of Directors must make together.
Lakeview, Vestaburg split: The Wildcats opened the season with a win and a loss against the Wolverines Thursday, losing the first game 3-2 on a bases-loaded walk, but winning the second game 4-2…
Belding softball coach Mikayla Linebaugh noted how her Redskins should have had a few games under their belts by now. “The toughest thing is it was our first time out,” she said. “We should have had seven or eight ball games in by now.”
Funeral notices for Friday, April 18, 2014
A property that’s been part of Edmore school history for six decades has a new owner.
The former Webb football field was recently purchased from Montabella Community Schools by the Edmore Chamber of Commerce.
The majority of the Edmore Village Council is refusing to remove unsafe playground equipment from the Glenn D. Curtis Memorial Park, despite pleas and warnings from the village manager. Village Manager Neil Rankin recently surveyed the park at 307 E. Forrest St. and found several playground items to be dangerous. At Monday’s village council meeting, he presented the council with photographs and a detailed report of the unsafe conditions.
The Maxfield siblings have reached an agreement with this village regarding a long-overdue economic development loan.
Tony Maxfield and his sister, Shari, own the Averyville Acres partnership. The Edmore Economic Loan Fund Development Committee and Edmore Village Council granted the partnership a $200,000 loan in 2000 to build Maxfield’s Inn in Edmore. The committee also granted a $20,000 loan to the partnership in 2002 and a $77,000 loan to the partnership in 2006.
Last month, Montcalm Conservation District officials requested $15,000 from the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners to help the conservation district’s looming budget deficit.
This month, commissioners agreed to help conservation district officials — and to issue them a challenge.