The Lakeview Wildcats had its season come to an end on Friday night with a loss in the first round of the Michigan High School Athletic Association football playoffs. Lakeview traveled more than 150 miles to take on Maple City Glen Lake (northwest of Traverse City) in a Division 6 pre-district game, but lost 21-13 to the Lakers.
Businesses old and new will be on hand Wednesday for this year’s Greenville Expo … more than 50 businesses to be more precise. “It’s a very wide variety,” said Lynelle Wilcox, Greenville Chamber of Commerce events coordinator.
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The cities of Belding, Carson City, Greenville and Stanton will elect or re-elect officials for various positions on Tuesday. There won’t be any candidate names printed on Carson City’s ballot, but there are five write-in candidates vying for seats.
While the government and those seeking healthcare through the recently enacted Affordable Care Act (ACA) continue to fiddle around with the problematic healthcare marketplace website, health officials in Montcalm and Gratiot counties are taking their own initiative in trying to lower costs and improve quality of services.
Police are looking for the driver of a white sport utility vehicle that struck a pedestrian then left the scene without stopping at about 8:40 p.m. Thursday on Sheridan Road near Pakes Road.
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A pumpkin in motion tends to stay in motion … that is until it smashes into the ground a couple hundred feet from where it was launched by a trebuchet. Physics was the lesson Wednesday morning as Baldwin Heights Elementary School students stood in awe of a metal pumpkin flinger as it launched one projectile after another across the school’s playground.
For the first time in the history of Montabella cross country, the girl Mustangs have an extended season past regionals. The Mustang girls are in preparations for the Division 4 state finals at Michigan International Speedway Saturday. They were one of three teams that qualified from the Carson City-Crystal regional.
As young cancer survivors themselves, Baldwin Heights Elementary students Bree Town, Madison Homich and Blake Hulliberger know all too well the pains of pricks and pokes from doctors.