Residents of this city will soon have some options when it comes to recycling, thanks to a cooperative effort with Montcalm County.
When Randy Sayers and his fellow riders from the Sawtooth Wolves Motorcycle Club decided they wanted to raise a little money to help ensure local children have a merry Christmas, they didn’t have far to go to find a beneficiary.
Alan and JoAnne Camp were traveling through the mountains of North Carolina when they came across an antiquated settlement, barely still in existence. The settlement was called Loafers Glory, the name reportedly coined by the women of the community who took a rather dim view of the men’s habit of lollygagging on the porch of the community store, rather than working.
A year ago, the Lakeview Wildcats fell one win shy of an automatic berth into the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) football playoffs. With one week remaining this season, the Wildcats won’t have to worry about their week nine result in the same manner. With last weeks 42-8 win at home against White Cloud, the Wildcats earned their sixth win of the season and with that the coveted automatic berth into the playoffs.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013
The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office and Howard City Police Department are requesting assistance of Howard City area residents to help identify a suspect wanted for questioning in a credit card fraud complaint.
So long, Jim Leyland. I say that with sadness. I say that with respect. And I say that with admiration.
Greenville’s girls cross country team has had its struggles all season. Those struggles came to an end Monday when they won the Central Montcalm Pre-Regional Run.
It’s been three years since voters in Belding approved a hefty bond resolution to improve facilities and technology for Belding Area Schools. The remaining funds are now being allocated after all the major projects have been completed.
A request from the Montcalm County drain commissioner continues to get clogged in committee meetings. Last summer, Sandy Raines requested that her two seasonal part-time drain maintenance employees be made permanent and have their hours increased to 35 hours per week.