Tri County 202, Whitehall 243: The Vikings got a Lakes 8 Conference win over the “other” Vikings Tuesday. Taylir Kral led Tri County with a 45…
Tammy McAllister recently enjoyed a visit with her son, Jonathon Bodman, his fiancée and their young son. McAllister didn’t know it would be the last time she would see Bodman alive.
Devon Morrison’s death touched an entire community. It wouldn’t be uncommon for area children to struggle either from grief over missing a friend or fear about what might have happened.
Greenville’s boys tennis team was coming off a couple of big wins last week, having beat Sparta Friday and winning the Lake Odessa Lakewood tournament Saturday. Northview made sure the good times didn’t last.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets were back on the golf course Monday, just two days after hosting their own invitational at The Links of Bowen Lake. On Monday, the Yellow Jackets competed in an O-K Bronze Jamboree hosted by Cedar Springs at Cedar Chase Golf Course.
A judge has found a woman not guilty by reason of insanity for her role in causing a series of multi-vehicle collisions, resulting in the death of one man and the injuries of several others on Feb. 26, 2012. Nicole Stapleton, 31, of Howard City, appeared before Judge Suzanne Hoseth Kreeger for a bench trial Monday morning in 8th Judicial Circuit Court. A bench trial is a trial by judge, as opposed to a trial by jury.
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Have you ever wanted to sit down with a police officer over a hot cup of coffee and casually discuss community issues? You will soon have a chance. The Carson City Police Department is hosting an event dubbed “Coffee With A Cop” at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the McDonald’s restaurant in Carson City.
Wow! Have we got stuff coming down the pike. How about proposed legislation to allow off-road vehicles to travel on the shoulder of Michigan roads? There’s plenty to consider here, but given the obvious distractions of texting and talking while driving, let’s not throw another obstacle into traffic while we play with our mechanical and technological toys.
Police are asking the public for help after thieves broke into a Howard City store and stole “a very large amount” of items. RJ’s Liquor at 214 S. Ensley St. was broken into sometime Sunday night or Monday morning, according to Howard City Police Chief Steve DeWitt.