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Montabella High School senior Madelyn Karcher personifies the words “proactive” and “leadership.” For starters, this year as a senior, she tackled six dual enrollment classes at Mid Michigan Community College and she took an online English course. She will not be stopping there.
GREENVILLE — It has been a long time in the coming but the City of Greenville Planning Commission made a final decision during its Tuesday meeting. Finishing a process that started in early March, the planning commission unanimously approved a motion to accept the final site plan for the EZ Mart Mobil gas station reconstruction [...]
The Muskegon River travels through 12 counties in Michigan, playing a major role in the Great Lakes State moniker. A group of river-lovers have been working for almost two decades with the mission to preserve, protect and restore the Muskegon River Watershed, which encompasses more than 2,700 miles in west central Michigan.
Financially, Stanton is in even better shape than it really needs to be, according to City Manager Jake Eckholm. At Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Stanton City Commission, commissioners reviewed and approved the budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The outlook is fairly positive.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, May 28, 2015
As the school year comes to an end, the Carson City-Crystal Board of Education is taking steps to make sure voter-approved bonds are in place and in full swing and that school buildings are undergoing scheduled maintenance as planned.
An electric outage to perform emergency repairs will interrupt service to 3,100 Consumers Energy customers in the downtown Greenville and surrounding areas for up to three hours beginning at 9 p.m. tonight.
Residents and guests of Hubbardston celebrated Memorial Day weekend with the annual Hubbardston Memorial Day festival, which featured many events throughout the weekend and a ceremony honoring veterans on the bridge over Fish Creek.
A Greenville gathering place for senior citizens over the past two decades may not be around much longer. The Greenville Area Senior Center at 715 S. Baldwin St. has experienced a slew of resignations and declining active membership in the past year.