The Greenville City Council made a change to a motion from its May 7 meeting and awarded a bid for a lawn mowing contract to a different business. During Tuesday’s meeting, City Manager George Bosanic recommended the council rescind a previous award of a bid for option two of the mowing contract of city property to Wolverine Landscaping Inc. of Stanton and award it to First Class Seasonal Solutions instead.
Read funeral notices for Thursday, May 23, 2013.
A Pierson man was found dead Wednesday night in Muskellunge Lake in Trufant.
For several weeks we have been discussing the history and philosophy of public education. Now it is time to put that information into practice. Some bills have been introduced in Lansing that merit response from the citizens that they will impact.
Lakeview football will be under new leadership this fall after Guenther Mittelstaedt was not brought back to coach for the 2013 season.
Lakeview’s softball team closed out the Central State Activities Association (CSAA) part of its schedule with a bang. The Wildcats mercied the White Cloud Indians in both games of a doubleheader Tuesday, winning 12-2 in six innings in the first game and 11-1 in five innings in the nightcap.
Two counties are coming together to develop a student-focused system called Hair on Fire. School districts in Montcalm and Ionia counties are working on the program that focuses on the needs of students.
Jake Jones just didn’t care. He didn’t care about grades, he never studied and, as he admits, he assumed he could get through high school without applying himself beyond walking through the front door of the building.
We owe a great debt to the brave patriots who answered the nation’s call to defend our liberty. We enjoy the blessings of freedom today due to the selfless courage of America’s service men and women, many of whom protected our lives at the cost of their own.
The Greenville City Hall was more full than normal Tuesday, after many people came to support a student who asked the City Council to help him make a difference. Justin Barr, a junior at Greenville High School, spoke to council members during public comment.