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A pair of Belding football players are moving on to college football. Michael Stephan and Brendan Zuver signed letters of intent to play football at different Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association schools. Stephan signed with Hope and Zuver with Albion.
Lakeview 1, Reed City 0 2OT: The Wildcats went to double overtime for the second consecutive game, this time earning the CSAA win over rival Reed City. Tricia Beckett scored the winning goal with about five minutes remaining in the second overtime…
As we continue to debate the best ways to make education effective in the 21st century, I think it is important to review the history of our public schools. As early as 1647, the Massachusetts Bay Colony recognized the need for schools. It required that all towns and villages of 50 or more citizens hire a teacher to teach the children to read and write. Since that time, leaders in our country have affirmed the importance of education and when communities were formed, one of the first acts was to establish a school.
An educational experience will be brought to Greenville after students and staff participated in the event last year in Grand Rapids. The TEDxGR Livestream for Education will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday at the Greenville High School Performing Arts Center.
Two-year-old Brooklyn didn’t want to play with her toys. According to court testimony, that’s why her mother’s boyfriend put the toddler in the bathroom for a timeout, which ended with an ambulance rushing to the home of the little girl who was barely clinging to life.
For the first time, the city of Greenville has decided to split up its property and solicit mowing bids to give smaller businesses a chance to bid. During Tuesday night’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council approved awarding mowing bids from three different companies.
Spring is a busy time for Lakeview’s Brian and Sheri Taylor, who own and operate three businesses that all revolve around farming.
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Heavier than average rainfall probably won’t have too great an influence on most crops grown in the area, according to Montcalm County Extension Field Crops Educator Fred Springborn, though it is likely to be responsible for some crops getting in the ground later than they would during a warmer, drier spring.