Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, April 30, 2015
Kyle Swindell runs multiple events for the Greenville Yellow Jackets boys track team. The 400-meter dash, though, is his favorite and the focus of his final season in purple and gold.
Carson City-Crystal softball coach Bob Naumann finally had something to feel good about. After having endured a losing streak that reached 12 games, the Eagles got two wins against Montabella on Tuesday, winning 4-3 and 18-7.
Lakeview beats Kent City 10-7 twice: The Wildcats won both games of a doubleheader against the Eagles by identical 10-7 scores Tuesday night. Game one was won by Justice Rummel, who gave up 10 hits and four walks but struck out seven…
For West Michigan Whitecaps head coach Andrew Graham, transition is an inevitable piece to the puzzle. The former minor league catcher wrapped up a strong showing in his first year as the face of the Detroit Tigers single-A organization, including guiding his team to a first-half Midwest League Division championship, qualifying for a visit to the playoffs for the first time since 2010 and finishing 82-58 on the year.
With 60 degree temperatures and the sun shining bright, Tuesday was the quintessential spring day … a perfect day for yard work such as mowing, trimming and leaf or brush cleanup. Yet, all that yard waste compiles quickly and many property owners prefer to burn it up. But there are other options.
The shaking up of the building and grounds department at Central Montcalm Public School has led to the toppling of the lead position. In a 4-minute meeting Monday, the Central Montcalm Board of Education voted 6-0 against renewing the administrative contract of Transportation Director Valerie Conklin.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Members of the Montcalm County Intermediate School District (MAISD) Board of Education have chosen a new superintendent to replace Scott Koenigsknecht who is leaving to accept a position with another ISD.
In a split vote, the Ionia County Board of Commissioners voted to leave their four-county Michigan Works agency and to give Region 4′s yet-to-be-finalized Michigan Works agency a try.
A motion to have Ionia County stay with the Central Area Michigan Works Consortium (CAMWC) — which provides employment services to Gratiot, Ionia, Isabella and Montcalm counties — failed in a 3-4 vote tonight, effectively ending CAMWC.