Jur Ree Schneider of Crystal is a 5-year cancer survivor and an attendee of the Carson Health Pink Ribbon Affair.
It is well documented breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women (lung cancer being the first) and is the most common cancer next to skin cancer, according to cancer.org.
The 10 football coaches of the Central State Activities Association (CSAA) wasted no time on deciding the best of the conference. The regular season ended Friday and coaches convened Saturday to vote. In all, 13 combined Central Montcalm Hornets (2-7) and Lakeview Wildcats (5-4) earned league honors.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team wrapped up another great season over the weekend at the Division 2 state finals. The Yellow Jackets spent all season long competing against the best competition in the state with the goals of winning a conference title and reaching the state tournament.
Jeffrey Bissonnette, certified genetic counselor at the cancer genetics program for Spectrum Health, works with patients who has either personal and/or family history that is suggestive of a hereditary cancer condition — a single gene running in the family greatly increasing the risk of cancer.
Fifteen-year-old Belding High School student, Sarah Thompson, decided to take her love of acting to another level when she competed in a regional iPOP competition in Lansing.
For nearly a decade, the Carson City Fire Department has had issues with hearing fire calls from Montcalm County Central Dispatch. Now, with federally mandated narrow banding, it has only made the situation worse, according to Fire Chief Dan Kipp.
It’s a good thing for the musical world that Mark Swanson, as a young man, was broke. If he’d been able to run out and buy any guitar he’d wanted, he would never have learned to make them himself.
The Crystal Township Historical Society (CTHS) is hoping to convince the Michigan State University Museum Organization that the Crystal community is ready for the return of a historic carousel. The 1916 Herschell Spillman carousel left town in the late 1970s after spending more than 40 years in Crystal, entertaining residents and visitors. In 1979, it was donated to MSU to keep it in Michigan and to insure its preservation. Over the past three decades, MSU has loaned the carousel to other organizations, but now it’s being returned to MSU and officials are determining where it should go next.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Oct. 22, 2012