Read the funeral notices for Monday, Nov. 25, 2013.
Twenty years ago, two high school students who felt lonely and disconnected at times had a single idea to help bring students together from throughout Michigan who they could easily relate to. Amanda Bogart and Dan Kauffman attended Central Montcalm High School, but unlike their peers, they were deaf.
A county drain in downtown Crystal is more than 112 years old and has reached the point where action must be taken. Members of the Crystal Township Board voted at the Nov. 13 meeting to approve a resolution that will allow Montcalm County Drain Commissioner Sandy Raines to replace the outdated drain and restore proper flow.
This year has been a draining but productive one for the Montcalm County Drain Commission. Sandy Raines was elected drain commissioner last November. According to Raines, her office has either started or completed 10 major drain projects throughout the county this year.
Nikota Howe loves softball. She always has. On Wednesday, Howe accomplished a childhood goal by signing a Letter of Intent to play college softball and continue her career after high school.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013
Every time Denny Craycraft and the Belding Veterans Park Committee complete a new war monument in Belding, they face the task of having to find funds to pay for the completion of each structure before moving on to the next project. But every time they reach out for aid, someone in the community, be it one generous donor or an entire organization, is always there to offer a helping hand.
With nearly 300 athletes competing in last year’s Tri Greenville triathlon and now a three-year sponsorship commitment from two area businesses, the future is bright for the event. Spectrum’s United and Kelsey hospitals and Chemical Bank are teaming up as co-sponsors for the 2014 triathlon. Each business has signed on to a three-year deal, promising $5,000 per year each through 2016.
Central Montcalm Public School Superintendent Kristie Teall explained Wednesday night’s school board meeting as one that wasn’t “warm and fuzzy.” Five school board members met in four executive sessions during the two and a half hour meeting, with only 35 minutes conducted in open session.
As crews continue to work to repair the water-damaged stage of the Greenville Performing Arts Center, a holiday ballet by the Flat River Dance Company (FRDC) has been forced to move to a new venue. As they say in the business, the show must go on.