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Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Nov. 5, 2012
A man was seriously injured Sunday after being struck while riding his bicycle near Howard City. Howard City police officers responded to the incident at 3:44 p.m. at M-46 and Maple Hill Road.
A 29-year-old Howard City woman was arrested Saturday after allegedly assaulting her live-in boyfriend by striking him in the face with a coffee mug. Howard City police officers responded to the domestic assault in the 500 block of Joy Street in Howard City.
The majority of a home and valuables inside were saved Sunday morning after firefighters were able to extinguish a fire that began in an attic. The Montcalm Township Fire Department was dispatched at 10:14 a.m. to a structure fire at 10850 W. Holland Lake Road.
A 24-year old Rockford man is in custody after being arrested for drunken driving after he ran over a gravestone at the Montcalm Township Cemetery on Johnson Road. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of someone running over headstones in the cemetery at 11:07 p.m. Sunday night.
On a chilly, rain-swept afternoon, when the wind wails like a lost spirit and slate-gray skies seem to seep into your very soul, nothing warms the heart like a good cup of coffee.
Problem is, getting one sometimes entails going outside, out into the very weather you’re trying to avoid. Thanks to local entrepreneur Klif Bartrum, that dreaded trip may now be avoided, assuming you have $5 and access to a phone.
About 60 percent of your body is water, Your brain is 70 percent water, your lungs 90 percent. Every day, you must replace about 2.4 liters of water through drinking and the foods you eat. That’s something residents of Stanton can do with a little more confidence now, thanks to a host of recent improvements to the water system there.
This past spring and summer, as part of the Crown Council’s Smiles For Life campaign, John O’Donald D.D.S. offered teeth whitening services at a significantly reduced price and donated 100 percent of the proceeds to help children facing serious health and educational issues. This year, O’Donald and his staff raised $2,800.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012.