Brooklyn Weimer has been severely abused at least twice in her two short years of life. According to court documents, her mother describes her as a “tough little nugget” who “really doesn’t cry a lot.” After the most recent victimization of Brooklyn, the little girl may never cry again.
A diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease is never good news. The degenerative disease cases movement-related problems such as tremors, stiffness and difficulty walking. And that’s in the early stages. Later, cognitive functions may be effected, followed by dementia. A host of other symptoms accompany the disease, none of them pleasant.
The cause of a Friday morning fire that was being investigated as “suspicious’”has now been ruled arson. State Fire Marshal Trever Slater investigated the scene on Monday and determined the fire was set on purpose, three days after the fire at 1680 W. Boyer Road.
Multiple fire departments responded to a devastating Monday morning house fire in Oakfield Township. At about 6:30 a.m., the Oakfield Township Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 11380 Stultz Road.
Two years ago, the Central Montcalm softball team won a district title. Last year, the Hornets struggled to just 12 wins. The difference between the two years was experience. With eight returning players, new coach Bruce Nicholson is hoping to see a season more like two years ago.
Easter festivities were in full swing this past holiday weekend, especially at local egg hunts such as the annual “Easter Eggstravaganza” event at the Belding Covered Village Mall.
Former Central Montcalm and Greenville golf coach Jim Whitmer has a long resume of success. Whitmer coached golf at Central Montcalm from 1972 until 2001 when he retired. After that, he spent another five years coaching the Greenville boys golf team. He coached both boys and girls at Central Montcalm, as well as football, basketball [...]
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team continues to win each and every year. To do so, that means they have great golfers. Great golfers excel in high school and usually have the opportunity to continue their careers in college.
Another new softball coach will be at the helm of the Central Montcalm varsity team. Bruce Nicholson will take over from Jason Johnson.
Things will be changing for Lakeview sports next season. Lakeview will be dropping to Class C for basketball and volleyball next season after reclassifications were announced by the Michigan High School Athletic Association March 20.