The Greenville Yellow Jackets are starting to make scoring touchdowns easy. The Yellow Jackets racked up more than 600 total yards, reached the 60-point mark for the second time and scored on six consecutive possessions during one stretch in a dominating 63-28 O-K Bronze opening win at Wyoming on Friday night.
Bridging generations and rebuilding history. That’s the goal of the Whites Bridge Historical Society (WBHS), formerly Friends Rebuilding Whites Bridge, the nonprofit group that aims to raise enough funds to one day rebuild the bridge that was destroyed by arson on July 7, 2013.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014
With the echo of the shot still ringing through the trees and the rifle still firmly against his shoulder, 14-year-old Raymond Wyman couldn’t believe he’d missed.
It was his first chance to bag a buck, an 8-point he’d spotted from a blind early in the morning Saturday. Raymond, a Grattan resident, was out hunting with instructors of the Just A Dream Huntz program, put on for first-time and beginning hunters.
But even after the buck trotted of unfazed, it luckily wouldn’t be the last chance he had at his first deer.
In celebration of Montcalm Community College’s 50th anniversary, 57 Brew Pub and Bistro in Greenville launched Centurion Ale on Sept. 1.
The farmhouse ale features corn and barley with light fruity undertones and a crisp finish. It is named for the college’s mascot, the Centurion.
Read funeral notices for Friday, Sept. 26, 2014.
The debate of whether to hunt gray wolves in Michigan can be heard everywhere, stretching from the northernmost tip of the Upper Peninsula to the southeastern suburbs of Detroit. It’s an argument that has grown more ferocious and divided with time, and one that likely won’t be settled anytime soon.
By making some tough decisions, including denying almost all wage increase requests, the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners on Monday approved a balanced budget for fiscal year 2014-2015.
Whether you’re a fitness buff or the sort likely to plow through a morning plate of pancakes (or both), you’ll have the opportunity to do some good for area food pantries beginning at 7 a.m. Saturday at the Greenville Optimist Camp. That’s when the Montcalm Challenge Food Drive will host a fundraiser to benefit 18 pantries county-wide.
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles boys basketball program will have a new head coach this winter. CC-Crystal graduate and former Alma College basketball player Cory Schneider will take over for Ryan Fritz as the varsity boys basketball head coach.