Firefighters extinguished a house fire Monday morning after a motorist spotted a burning mattress against the side of the home and then alerted the sleeping residents inside. Firefighters from the Carson City Fire Department were dispatched to 8915 S. Garlock Road at 9:04 a.m. and arrived on scene at 9:12 a.m. to find that the mattress had been moved from house and was smoldering in the yard. Fire had damaged the side of the house, but no flames were showing.
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The 17th Crystal Run the Lake running race was a lot cooler than last year’s race. High humidity was nowhere to be found and it helped bring out a lot of runners to the event, which helped get over 80 runners registered on Saturday, Aug. 3, noted Crystal Chamber of Commerce President Janet Shy. She said the route has also changed.
Marian Wrung hasn’t lived in Smyrna for a number of years now, but she will always call it home. That’s why, when she, her two daughters and granddaughter visited the small community during the “160-Years of Smyrna” celebration Saturday, it was a step back in time.
A father was sentenced to prison time recently for “hog-tying and beating” his 10-year-old son as a form of discipline. Erik Kulkoski, 35, and Michelle Kulkoski, 39, of Stanton, were each charged with first- and second-degree child abuse. The charges alleged that Erik “caused serious physical and mental harm by hog-tying and beating the child” numerous times between July and August 2011, while Michelle failed to intervene.
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Some artists create masterpieces in oils; others work in clay or marble. For the 30-plus members of the Brewgadgeteer’s Homebrew Club in Lakeview, the medium is hops, barley, yeast and … the rest is secret. But the end product is often a masterpiece to rival Monet’s “La Grenouillére.” At least beer drinkers think so.
The first local National Night Out will take place Tuesday as part of a countrywide event to recognize and celebrate the relationship between communities and law enforcement officials. The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. during Music in the Park at Ensley Park in Howard City.
When Larry Beard was a child he was told countless tales by his grandfather, a train engineer in Ohio, of the workings of the railroad industry in the late 19th century. Today, Beard shares those the stories and knowledge he obtained long ago from his grandfather with the young children who attend the annual Heritage Festival on the campus of Montcalm Community College.