After a hiatus of a few years, Greenville High School will again field a freshman baseball team. The program along with freshman and junior varsity cheer, boys and girls varsity skiing and boys and girls junior varsity tennis have all been suspended recently due to budget constraints.
An Amish man has died from his injuries after being involved in a buggy-pickup truck accident last Thursday.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, March 25, 2015
For those who need it, seeking and achieving sobriety is a long, hard road full of twists and turns which, if not careful, can lead one right back to where they started. A husband and wife team is looking to help guide Montcalm County women who need assistance down the road to sobriety.
Saving the environment takes dedication and education, both of which the Coalition of Greater Greenville (COGG) is chock full. This year, COGG is working on fulfilling its vision statements. Of the seven statements, one focuses on preserving and enhancing the natural resources of the community. During Thursday’s meeting, COGG members were treated to a presentation of the Montcalm Conservation District.
An Alma woman was ejected from her vehicle and then pinned to the ground by the vehicle during a rollover crash Saturday night in Winfield Township.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, March 24, 2015
After another meeting full of emotional public comments, the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners voted 7-1 today to send proposed changes to the county’s dog kennel ordinance back to the drawing board.
As a barred owl, native to Michigan, flapped its impressive wingspan in front of many curious young minds Saturday. Children watched speechless in awe. It was a rare moment that some may only be lucky enough to witness at John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids, but thanks to the Montcalm We Care For Kids (WCFK) Family Fun Day at Montcalm Community College, the spectacle was brought a little closer to home.
The issue of openly carrying a gun into school continues to be a topic of discussion for the Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Board of Education, as it moves closer to making a decision on the board’s position. Board President Ben Adkins conducted exhaustive research on the topic over the past month, including discussing the issue with state legislators, reading about Michigan Open Carry and comparing select other school district policies.