Funeral notices for Saturday, March 7, 2015
For the second consecutive year, the Belding robotics team made quite a splash at the VEX Robotics State Championship at Michigan State University. On Feb. 22, four teams of Belding students — all of whom qualified by winning three separate tournaments on the season — competed among 40 of the top high school robotics teams in the state.
Riders of the Greenville Transit System are going to have to dig a little deeper to ride the buses in the near future. However, riders should rest assured the increase in fares is going to land in a good spot: The drivers’ pockets.
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First round results from the MHSAA individual state wrestling tournament at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
The Belrockton is well established in this community’s history, but it’s the current use of the historic building that has reignited a spark in the center of town. During Tuesday’s Belding City Council meeting — during which there was no official city business to conduct — Belding Museum Board member Bruce Feuerstein delivered the annual report on the status of the museum.
The longtime superintendent of the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) is being offered the same job in another county.
With just seconds on the clock in overtime, Sophia Sanfillippo faded from the paint, released her shot and found nothing but the bottom of the net. That shot, which created a scrum of white jerseys at mid court, gave the Forest Hills Central a thrilling 65-63 overtime victory in the Class A district semifinals over the Greenville Yellow Jackets on Wednesday night.
Belding’s girls basketball team held Central Montcalm from getting a lot of shots to go in. As a result, the Redskins are moving on to the Class B district final they are hosting.
It was a showcase between two of the area’s best basketball players in a head-to-head battle on the court. While Carson City-Crystal’s Grant Gage and Central Montcalm’s Lane Ledford put on a great show — combining for 36 points — it was Kyler Simmon and Kolton Kavanagh hitting shot after shot to help the Eagles fend off the Hornets in a 59-51 win at home on Tuesday.