In the event of a fire, students are taught at a young age to stop, drop and roll. Students at the Montcalm Area Career Center (MACC) recently got some fire training a bit more in-depth than that.
One smoke detector at a time, firefighters at the Crystal Township Fire Department are hoping to help residents be better prepared for a potential house fire. In partnering with the Red Cross, Crystal Fire Chief Scott Brundage said the department is now offering as many as three smoke detectors per household — at no cost to the homeowner — to be installed by the fire department.
That next job opportunity could be right around the corner with the inaugural Greenville Job Fair happening this Thursday. More than 35 participating companies will be on hand at Greenville High School, located at 111 N. Hillcrest St., from 3 to 6 p.m. in the school’s north gymnasium.
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The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners has hired a fourth firm to investigate the county’s troubled financial situation.
BELDING — Taylor Johnson was a member of the 2010 Belding softball team that went to the state semi-finals. On Saturday, she used that experience to teach young girls the proper techniques of softball at Demorest Field during her second annual softball clinic. Johnson, who also played basketball for Central Michigan University, said she was [...]
Although Andrew Mason of Gowen and Kelli Ludwig of Ada were the first male and female to cross the finish line, all 374 participants of the 10th consecutive Yellow Jacket Challenge made history Sunday.
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Congressman John Moolenaar knew Thursday evening’s listening session was going to be a bumpy ride.
As about 900 people were being seated in Warriner Hall’s Plachta Auditorium at Central Michigan University, Moolenaar steadied himself for the event in a dressing room in the basement of the nearly century-old theater.
Not much listening took place during a Thursday night “listening session” hosted by Congressman John Moolenaar.
Nearly 900 people packed Central Michigan University’s Warriner Hall to hear from the Republican representative for Michigan’s 4th District, which encompasses 15 counties.