Wrestling Montabella undefeated at Big Rapids: The Mustangs went 3-0 in their matches at the Big Rapids Invitational Saturday but finished second to the host Cardinals in the individual part of the tournament. Montabella beat Greenville’s B team 64-12, Petoskey 42-33 and Muskegon Orchard View 60-18. Taking first place in their weight classes were Tristan [...]
You’ve likely heard it said that almost anything can happen on a deer hunt. Well, now I believe it. Allow me to explain. It was colder than a well-digger’s auger up north the other day when I decided to get out the old muzzleloader, better known in some parts as a smoke pole, and try again for a buck.
Is this heaven? For some local bowlers, Lakeview’s reopened and remodeled bowling center, renamed Alley Cat Bar & Grill, just might be. Since its soft opening Dec. 1, it has the community buzzing with excitement about having a new recreational facility and another place to enjoy a dinner and drinks with family and friends.
Amending budgets, managing employee hours and taking on the many challenges that face public libraries today, the responsibilities of the new Alvah N. Library director add up quickly, but ask Deb Jones about her duties and she’ll tell you she’s glad to be doing it in a community like Belding.
Intensity is never a problem when Belding and Greenville meet. That is true for any sport between the two rivals. On the hard court Friday, the Yellow Jackets bounced back from a poor defensive effort on Tuesday to shut down the Redskins early in a 61-48 win.
A big night for Central Montcalm High School saw a disappointing end. The “Orange Out” game to raise money for juvenile diabetes research went to the visiting Chippewa Hills Warriors 50-38 Friday night.
CC-Crystal 46, Vestaburg 22: The Eagles won for the first time this season in the MSAC when they beat the Wolverines Friday night. Tori Christensen and Mackenzie Geister each scored 10 points for CC-Crystal…
There’s controversy in Belding these days regarding the city’s consent agreement with Electrolux and the impending demolition of the Gibson buildings and property in the heart of town. Those buildings represent 110 years of Belding history and it’s easy to understand disappointment in a settlement that cost $200,000 to pursue.
Two juveniles were arrested Friday after allegedly breaking into Greenville vehicles. Officers from the Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to two larceny from vehicle reports around 11 p.m. Thursday, both on N. Lafayette Street.
When Central Montcalm Public School students begin new class schedules at the semester break in January, there will also be some teachers with new schedules, as a result of layoffs of staff.