The federal lawsuit filed by Belding resident Katherine Henry against former City Manager Meg Mullendore and the city of Belding came to a settlement conclusion last month upon an agreement between all parties involved.
It got a little gassy during the Monday night meeting of the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education. Greenville Public Schools Director of Transportation Kathy Bresnahan and Greenville High School science teacher Brian Sullivan gave a presentation on propane-fueled school buses, which the school’s education board and transportation department are giving serious consideration.
It may be a little convoluted but, one way or another, Michigan voters will be asked to weigh in on Proposal 1 come May 5. In order to assist Montcalm County voters, a panel of administrators representing various local organizations will be fielding questions about the State of Michigan Ballot Proposal 15-1, commonly referred to as “Proposal 1.” The panel presentation will take place at 7 p.m. on April 20 at the Greenville High School Performing Arts Center. Anyone seeking clarification on the ballot proposal is encouraged to attend.
Firefighters from Sheridan, Stanton and Montcalm Township spent the better part of Tuesday afternoon fighting an acres-wide grass fire that spread across a wetland area in Sidney Township.
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Members of Lakeview’s Village Council voted Monday evening to approve a tree planting project at Wiseman Park on the north end of town. Funded by the Michigan Watershed Association, the initiative will provide for the planting of 65 trees at the park.
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education, at its regular meeting Tuesday evening, approved a motion for a foreign trip request. A group of French and Spanish language students will be traveling abroad on March 30, 2017, for a nine-day excursion through Madrid, Paris and Rome. Greenville High School French and Spanish teacher Karen Paulsen was on hand to show the board some key photographs from the previous foreign trip the classes took.
After a year of weighing its options, members of the Edmore Village Council voted to approve a fresh paint job of the village’s water tower.
Up until now, the only turkeys in Montcalm County that have been knocked down have been those on the bowling lane. However, that is about to change. Starting next Monday, hunters will be out in the woods trying to bag the wily wild turkey. Spring turkey season opens up at 6:20 a.m. on April 20 and hunters are getting excited to get out in the field.
Tri County’s baseball team is back home after spending the spring break in Indiana, playing baseball against high school teams in the Hoosier State. The Vikings came away without a win, but it was partially because the teams in Indiana are so good, said coach Chris Overbeek.