GREENVILLE — What hoped to be the end of a long process ended in a continuation of it, however, the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education cut the number of candidates for the superintendent position from three to two at a special meeting Wednesday. The school board met to discuss entering into contract negotiations with [...]
Typically, October is when the country’s seasonal flu outbreaks begin, thus, some local businesses are teaming up to offer free flu shots to senior citizens without health insurance Tuesday, Oct. 6 at Metron of Greenville.
A lifelong resident of Michigan, Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, is well aware of how important the surrounding Great Lakes are to every resident of the “mitten state.”
From drinking water to recreation, and freighters shipping goods to the state’s vast fishing industry, the priority of protecting the state’s invaluable natural resource is always a concern for legislators.
It may come as a surprise to know one of the prominent and longstanding Greenville High School science teachers is, in fact, leading a double life.
During the school year, Joyce Zimmer is a humble teacher of anatomy, physiology and AP chemistry and biology.
After a grueling 18 hours, walking step after step on the last shred of energy he could rally together, Bill Bates reached the finish line.
Having just walked 60 miles on the evening of Sept. 18 into the following afternoon, the Belding resident forced a smile in the wake of his accomplishment, albeit with his legs trembling and a sharp pain settling in.
Talk about a sticky situation. A Monday morning traffic accident resulted in 900-plus gallons of driveway sealer and liquid tar spilling onto Vestaburg’s main intersection.
Read funeral notices for Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015.
When her neighbor needed help, Kathy Clements did not hesitate to float in to provide assistance. She did it via pontoon.
It is harvest time and Michigan farmers have had a challenging growing season. As the leaves turn colors and families head out to cider mills, here are the highlights of the year so far in Michigan agriculture and the bills I have voted for to help our farming families prosper.
After 19 years of helming the position of Montcalm County clerk, Kristen Millard has been recognized at the very top of her profession.
During the annual Michigan Association of County Clerks conference in August, Millard was honored as the 2015 Clerk of the Year, a delightful surprise that came unbeknownst to her.