Funeral notices for Saturday, March 16, 2013
For more than 35 years, Metron of Belding has been a fixture of the community, with the senior facility operating as the largest employer in Belding as it continues to find new ways to reach out to the people it serves. The largest of six Metron senior facilities in Michigan, with a maximum capacity of 128 residents and a secure unit, Metron of Belding provides short-term acute services and post-acute care to help patients resume healthy, happy and productive lifestyles.
A longtime judge has been found guilty of breaching the standards of judicial conduct after throwing a Stanton attorney in jail for alleged contempt of court. The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission recently found Ottawa County’s 58th District Court Judge Kenneth Post guilty. Post has sat on the bench since Jan. 1, 1980.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety director is stepping down after one year on the job. Michael Pousak gave City Manager George Bosanic a two week notice last week. Pousak’s last day will be Good Friday, March 29.
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If things seemed different in Belding’s girls basketball season, it’s because things changed drastically in the second half of the season. “The first half of the season went great,” Belding first-year coach Brad Wilson said. “We played really well, we progressed each week. Then about Christmas time we hit a streak where we had some injuries, we had some sickness, and one girl that had a family situation. Because of that we played shorthanded. We had some key players that missed the second half of the season.”
A Riverdale woman was arrested Thursday by Montcalm County Sheriff’s officers on multiple counts of fraud and theft charges. Tabatha Rae Bartlett, 34, was arraigned on seven counts of forgery, one count of stealing a financial transaction device and being a habitual offender fourth offense. Bartlett remains in custody and is being held on a [...]
After three months of searching and hours of questioning various candidates during extended interviews, Belding will have a new city manger. Members of Belding City Council unanimously approved a motion Thursday evening to pursue contract negotiations and vetting with Meg Mullendore of Buchanan to be the next city manager.
With freezing temperatures and a light snow falling from the sky Tuesday evening, there was little indication that spring is on the horizon in Montcalm County. But for those who stepped into the Montcalm Area Career Center (MACC) in Sidney for the fifth annual All Things Green event, plants, gardens and landscaping products were found in abundance as more than 20 vendors gathered to promote local agriculture.
As Lowell resident Ted Bentley bundles up in his winter jacket, slips on his gloves and straps on his camping backpack, the avid cyclist knows exactly what he wants when he heads out for an evening journey. Guided by the moon and the stars, Bentley travels through deeply wooded areas, trudging through the snow on his bike with thick 4-inch tires, leaving behind a single bike trail as he plows through the fresh snow ahead of him.