Laura Thompson is the executive director of the Alpha Family Center, as well as a wife and a mother of four. When it comes to making time for exercise, she’s not exactly a bicycle enthusiast.
Canadian Brass perform on stage at the Greenville high School Performing Arts Center Thursday evening during the 2013 Ash Cultural Event concert. — Daily News/Cory Smith PHOTO GALLERY
The motivation to complete a race can range from personal accomplishment to the desire to outrun the runner who is paced directly before you just moments in front of the finish line. But on Thursday, during the second annual Law Enforcement Torch Run in Greenville, no one was trying to finish first.
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On the second story of Belding City Hall, in a corner office, sits a desk stacked with nearly a dozen folders filled with hundreds of files of paperwork. The office belongs to City Manager Meg Mullendore, who on certain work days admits she cannot recognize the top of her desk, buried in files.
The current issue of Phi Delta Kappan magazine arrived in my mailbox this week. It contained the results of the 45th annual Phi Delta Kappan/Gallup Poll of the public’s attitudes toward the public schools.
Tim and Jessica Vanconant lost their house in a fire this summer. The mobile home at 1762 W. Boyer Road went up in flames July 16 (the fourth fire in six months on Boyer Road between Carlsen and Brown roads).
The Central Montcalm Hornets will be looking for its first home football win of the season on Friday night. The Hornets lost in week one at home 21-0 to Chippewa Hills (1-1) and won in week two at White Cloud (0-2) 38-22. The start of the season has been both good and bad for the Hornets.
Belding fourth, third at jamboree: The Redskins went to an O-K Blue Conference jamboree Wednesday at Comstock Park and gt a fourth-place finish from the boys and a third-place finish from the girls
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