Morley Stanwood 58, Central Montcalm 47: The Hornets were close late against the Mohawks, but could not get over the final hump in a CSAA loss on Monday night at home…
Carson City Public Library will come alive with the Christmas spirit with this special performance of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” The free presentation will take place 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the library, located at 102 W. Main St. in downtown Carson City.
The Michigan State Police Lakeview Post is investigating a fleeing and eluding incident that occurred last Wednesday night near Greenville. A trooper was notified by Montcalm County Central Dispatch of a vehicle being driven erratically by a female driver around 9:43 p.m. The trooper located and attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation on westbound M-57 near Nevins Road.
A man accused of murdering a Pierson Township woman in her own home will undergo a competency examination before heading to trial. Robert Munsell of Grand Rapids and Ionia is charged with the Nov. 17 open murder of Julie Danielson, 31.
When visitors arrived to the reveal of the new Belding Performing Arts Center Sunday afternoon, an atmosphere of professionalism took hold of each and every child, student and adult as they placed their first steps into the vast 550-seat auditorium. People shuffled slowly to their armchairs, feeling the texture of the wooden handrails under their palms while staring in amazement at the giant suspended sound reflectors hanging from the ceiling.
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After wrestling at the Central Montcalm Hornet Invitational Saturday, a pair of local wrestling teams came out near the top of the 10-team tournament. Carson City-Crystal was the highest-finishing local team, ending up third in the tournament. Central Montcalm was fifth after beating sixth-place Belding.
Montabella second at own tourney: The Mustangs scored 184 points in the Mustang Round Robin tournament Saturday, which was good for second behind Chippewa Hills 284 but ahead of Sanford Meridian’s 171…
In the spring of 1972, the final touches of construction were finished on a restaurant-cocktail lounge with 25 adjoining hotel units on M-91 in the far northwest corner of the Belding city limits.
Now, more than 40 years later, that restaurant and adjoining hotel has flourished into an 18-hole golf course and resort on 255-acres of wooded land.
Author Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” By Emerson’s scale, former Greenville High School (GHS) teacher and coach Dick Diehl lived quite well indeed. His passing Thursday, at age 86, leaves a hole in the lives of countless former students, friends, family and the community itself.