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Apparently, Northview has the number of Greenville. Both boys and girls. On Friday, the Wildcats’ girls team knocked the Yellow Jackets out of the district tournament in the finals. Then on Monday, the boys team ended the season of the Yellow Jackets in the first round of the district tournament.
It took a little while for Lakeview’s boys basketball team to get into the swing of things at their Class B district basketball game at Shepherd Monday night. But when they did get going, it was too late.
The Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team has been on quite a roll the past two seasons. The Eagles won 18 games last year, while winning league (CMAC) and district titles for the first time since the early 1980s.
The search for the next Belding city manager has been narrowed down to two candidates after a lengthy interview process Saturday at the Pere Marquette Depot in Belding. Members of Belding City Council interviewed five candidates for the position during an eight and a half hour meeting that began at 8:30 a.m and concluded at 5 p.m.
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An Amish woman and three children were injured Sunday when a horse pulling the amish buggy they were riding in veered into oncoming traffic. At approximately 1:50 p.m., deputies from the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a car/buggy accident on 5 Mile Road near 155th Avenue in Deerfield Township, approximately five miles north of Montcalm County.
Sometimes it’s just not meant to be. That may have been the case for Carson City-Crystal senior Kenneth Dittenber, who was in search of a third straight individual wrestling state title on Saturday at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Greenville’s girls basketball team had its season come to an end at the hands of a rival Friday night.
The Turk Lake Restaurant and Bar’s owner has decided to change plans in the development of a new brew pub in Montcalm Township.