Montcalm Community College’s Equality Club and members of Montcalm County’s community gathered at Jackson’s Landing Park in Greenville on Saturday evening to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS, show their support for people living with HIV/AIDS and commemorate those who have died.
Every year, Belding High School teacher Michael Ostrander buys 300 pencils and places them on his desk in the event that a student happens to be without a writing utensil for that class period.
Central Michigan University Sport Management students are getting a unique experience this semester by working directly with the front office staff of the Detroit Pistons on a ticket selling project. CMU Instructor Steve Adler believes the project is giving his students a chance to put into practice what they have learned in the classroom.
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With the support of area businesses and clients keeping their electric repair and service needs local, The Service Professor, Inc., for the second consecutive year, was a top three energy saving business participating in the Consumers Energy’s Small Business Solutions Program statewide.
Money donated to the Greenville Recreation Department will help fund the youth soccer program in upcoming seasons.
Recreation Department Director Kris Berry said some of the equipment being used by the youth soccer program has been in need of repair.
Musician Seth Sutton is making a name for himself, hitting the radio waves as a host for WGLM 106.3’s Saturday Soundtrack, which highlights a variety of classic music from the 1950s to today.
Since the dawn of time, man has dreamed of flight. From the wax wings of Icarus to the first fleeting leap of faith that briefly separated Wilbur Wright from the fields of Kitty Hawk, men have yearned for the sky and the stars beyond it.
Dr. Clifford Bedore, 93, of Greenville, who served as the second president of Montcalm Community College from 1971 to 1978, died Friday morning at Spectrum Health United Hospital.
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