Central Montcalm started its baseball season with a pair of wins on Saturday. Playing at Lansing Sexton, the Hornets took both ends of a doubleheader, the first game because of a no-hitter by Jesse Petersen.
Montabella’s girls basketball team finished third in the Mid-State Activities Conference, but it was the surprises that caught coach Terry Larsen’s eyes. The Mustangs were 9-12 this season, a season Larsen said he thought “went very well.”
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Even in an age many would consider “enlightened,” special needs children and young adults too often find themselves marginalized, shunted to the sidelines by a society that doesn’t quite know what to do with them.
The Belding Redskins girls track team started the 2014-2015 track season with a first place finish. Competing at the Striders Invite at Aquinas College, the Redskins beat out 16 teams with 69 points on Thursday. Allendale was second with 54 and Bath third with 51.5 points.
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A rekindling of a “burn barrel” fire may be to blame for a blaze Saturday that spread to two neighboring mobile homes.
Five local fire departments stayed busy from Saturday night into Sunday morning battling two separate fires which ended up destroying two residences near Howard City.
On Thursday, a collaborative effort consisting of both the Montcalm and Ionia prosecutor’s offices, sheriff’s offices, state police, various city police agencies, Department of Human Services (DHS), Child Protective Services (CPS), Community Mental Health, Area Mental Health Therapists, and several medical personnel, resulted in the opening of the Ionia Montcalm Secure and Friendly Environment (IMSAFE) Child Advocacy Center (CAC).
It has been a long time in the coming, but it is final over. On Thursday, the city of Greenville Planning Commission approved the final site plan for the Crescent View Village portion of the Hathaway Green Planned Unit Development (PUD).