The Greenville Yellow Jackets placed all 14 of its wrestlers en route to wining a third consecutive O-K Bronze wrestling championship on Friday night at Wyoming High School. Greenville scored 205 points to easily out-distance Northview’s 132. Cedar Springs was third with 130 points, while Wyoming finished fourth with 109, Forest Hills Eastern fifth (104.5) and Forest Hills Northern sixth (100).
The Washington Club began in 1866, when John and Eliza Ashley of Grattan Township invited several other couples to celebrate the birth of America’s premiere founding father.
The Ashleys would likely be surprised and pleased to learn the club is going strong 150 years later.
Growing up in Hubbardston and working on a dairy farm, David Osborne never imagined his career would veer too far away from the life on the pasture he had known since birth.
Twenty-seven years later of service in work as a corrections officer, Osborne has received the distinguished honor of Carson City Correctional Facility Officer of the Year.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley stepped in as pinch-hitter to deliver the annual Michigan Press Association convention speech Friday on behalf of Gov. Rick Snyder, who is recovering from a blood clot.
In a tone that sounded more like he was explaining things to a room full of friends than one that sounded like a rehearsed and repeated speech, Calley outlined some of the top priorities for the governor’s office this year.
A contagious and debilitating disease was confirmed at two schools in the Greenville area this week.
Katharine Andersen wants to be a voice for rural school districts. If the Lakeview High School teacher wins this year’s Teacher of the Year award, she’ll have her platform.
She intends to make the most of it.
It may seem like a page out of Orwell’s “1984,” but the truth is new surveillance equipment being considered at Lakeview Community Schools is all about student safety.
The high school’s current video surveillance system is dated and not particularly effective in identifying suspects or vehicles, according to Lakeview Police Chief Darin Dood. This has proven problematic in the past when it comes to acts of vandalism and other crimes on school property.
The Belding High School robotics program is witnessing another year of unparalleled success. On Saturday, that success will be on display for all to see.
Students from both Belding High School and Belding Middle School will compete in the Belding Robotics Tournament in Redskin Arena at the high school, with opening ceremonies beginning at 9 a.m. and elimination matches taking place at 1:45 p.m. after qualification matches are completed.
A close game between Carson City-Crystal and Coleman turned into a big win for the Eagles. The Eagles led by one at the half, but ended up blowing out the Comets 43-21, keeping CC-Crystal at the top of the Mid-State Activities Conference on Thursday night.
For the second time in five years, the Greenville High School football program had three players from one class sign to play at the next level. On Wednesday, Steve Eipper (Central Michigan), Chase Harrington (Northwood) and Eric Plate (Grand Valley State) signed Letters of Intent to play football in college.