Read The Daily News funeral notices for Monday, May 11, 2015.
CC-Crystal hammers Ashley: The Eagles had no problems with the Bears in an MSAC matchup Friday night, outscoring the, 25-5. The first game was a 14-4, complete-game win, with Whitney LaVictor getting the win despite suffering a scary injury to her elbow that only allowed her to go five innings…
Belding 7, Wyoming Potter’s House 0: The Redskins came within one goal of mercying the Pumas on Thursday. Katie Wood had a “Texas hat trick” with four goals, Mia Karstein added two and Joesi Krieger had one. Tina Griffioen had three assists, Kylee Chickering added two and Mariela Tovar had one…
Vestaburg’s softball team continued their dominance of Ashley. The Wolverines took two games from the Bears on Thursday for the second time this season, winning 6-2, plus winning a 16-0, three-inning mercy.
As the 88th anniversary of the deadliest school attack in American history approaches, an author is hoping Montcalm County residents can help shed some light on two victims with local connections.
Douglas Haney, a retired bio-health research psychologist, has been spending the past year writing a novel titled “The Angels of May: The Inspirational History of Bath Township’s Resurrection From Tragedy.”
Clad in black leather jackets and roaring in on their high-powered Harley-Davidsons, a swarm of bikers descended upon Montcalm Township Hall on Wednesday evening
The group of well-spoken and polite bikers joined a constructive community discussion during a scheduled Planning Commission public hearing.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, May 9, 2015.
The Healthy Montcalm Initiative created a goal three years ago to continue to improve the overall health and wellbeing of residents in Montcalm County. That goal continues, as was evident Wednesday at the Montcalm Human Services Coalition meeting when Marcus Cheatham of the Mid-Michigan District Health Department presented data for coalition members to evaluate.
As a graduating senior, Michelle McKormick didn’t know what she wanted to do after high school. She went to Central Michigan University and soon picked a job at the CMU radio station doing traffic reports — on a campus where most kids had bikes.
Aric James “AJ” Pitchford may have died young, but his friends and family in Greenville will never forget the bonds he formed, bonds that made it seem as if had he never left home. The 22-year-old died on May 1 when he lost control of his motorcycle while driving in Riviera Beach, Fla.