CC-Crystal 54, Montabella 41: The Eagles snapped a two-game losing streak on Thursday with a road win over MSAC rival Montabella. CC-Crystal led by two points at halftime, but used a 17-8 third quarter to stretch the lead for a win…
Cole Antcliff has state championship aspirations. The Greenville senior is currently 23-1 this year and ranked No. 4 at 285 pounds in Division 2 by www.michigangrappler.com. With those accolades, Antcliff is correct when he says he is a state contender.
In a mere five weeks, another Major League Baseball season will begin with the reporting of pitchers and catchers to spring training facilities around Arizona and Florida. The Detroit Tigers’ battery mates report to Lakeland on Feb. 19 with their first workout a day later. Position players report on Feb. 23 with their first workout, also a day later.
By mid-January in Michigan, spring and summer are long forgotten seasons of joy. With temperatures well below freezing, snow and ice everywhere, spring is a wish for many. After a long holiday season, meaning filling up on food and dessert, this is the time of year to get back in shape.
Greenville High School graduate Torrey Davis is in the midst of an outstanding junior basketball season for Lake Forest College. Davis, a forward, was just named the Midwest Conference Performer of the Week for his play in wins over Beloit College (Jan. 7) and Illinois College (Jan. 10).
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Speaking aboard Air Force One, flying thousands of feet in the air across the country from Detroit to Phoenix, President Barack Obama made an announcement last week that caught the attention of students nationwide.
The Greenville Downtown Development Authority exists to improve the many facets of downtown — from the facades to the streets to the parks to the very atmosphere of downtown.
The wording of a proposed secondhand dealers ordinance has been bandied about for so long among Montcalm County officials that the commissioner who originally proposed the idea is no longer in office.
Proposed changes to Montcalm County’s dog kennel ordinance are likely headed to a public hearing.