Montcalm Community College (MCC) strives to have students succeed and helps to provide options for more high-education options. For the past several years, MCC has worked with other colleges and universities to put into place articulation agreements allowing students to easily transfer to obtain their baccalaureate degree.
High school students in Montcalm County may soon have the opportunity to earn their associate degree — with a price tag no longer attached. Montcalm Community College (MCC) is now engaging with all area school districts in Montcalm County in an official Early College program, which would allow students the chance to obtain their associate degree through a three-year program at the college.
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Greenville senior Dakota Sherrick has only been wrestling since his sophomore year. Watching him wrestle now and that doesn’t seem possible. It may have taken Sherrick longer to get into wrestling, but it is a decision he’s glad to have made.
Tonight, the Greenville varsity boys and girls basketball games will take a back seat to something much more important. Greenville High School is hosting its fourth annual “Hunt for a Cure” game, which raises money for cancer awareness and those in need due to cancer related issues in the Greenville school system.
Lakeview 64, White Cloud 50: The Wildcats continued their winning ways with victory over the Indians on Thursday night. Shawn Lindsey led the way with 27 points and 11 rebounds…
A twenty-four-year-old Howard City man has been charged with the death of Scott Michael Gregory, a 25-year-old Howard City man who was killed when struck by a vehicle in July.
A Vestaburg man is in custody after officials with the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office discovered “a large amount” of marijuana in the basement of his home Thursday.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety is investigating an embezzlement involving the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) at Walnut Hills Elementary School in Greenville. On Jan. 11, information was brought forward about the PTO’s financial record-keeping, which led to the police investigation.
With the aroma of freshly baked dough, spicy pepperoni and a variety of cheeses wafting through the air of the Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library, more than 60 members of the community filled their plates with slice after slice of delicious pizza from five Belding businesses with an intent to discover who was offering up the most tantalizing slice.