For more than 30 years Roger and Linda Coles have had a hand in organizing, volunteering and managing the Danish Festival.
CC-Crystal splits at tourney: The Eagles won one game and lost one at their own invitational Saturday. The win was over Fulton 6-2, as Jeremy Bigford struck out seven and allowed two hits…
Belding’s baseball team had everything going at the Lakeview Invitational Saturday. The Redskins scored 23 runs and allowed only one in winning the four-team tournament.
It started with a loud boom and then a plume of smoke drifting out over Derby Lake. According to neighbors, it was the loudest lightning strike they had ever heard and it was enough to spark flames on the roof of a home occupied by Woody and Mary Ely, an elderly couple who were sitting down having breakfast Monday morning when the strike hit.
If they ever have another child, Kayla and Brandon Steele are hoping he or she will be born on any day other than May 4. Three birthdays to celebrate on that day is plenty and at this point, spreading them out a little sounds like a good idea to both young parents.
The manager of the city of Stanton and the village of Lakeview is the frontrunner for the same position in his hometown. According to The Port Huron Times Herald, the Port Huron City Council unanimously selected James Freed, 29, as their top candidate for city manager job at a special meeting Saturday.
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Vandals scaled a barbed wire fence and climbed a ladder to the top of the big green water tower in Veterans Park Saturday night and spray painted a profane phrase.
William Fay can’t always understand his younger brother Jeremiah Zacharda, but days like Deaf Pride Games remove the stress. Fay, 15, has spent the last seven years with the rest of his family learning sign language, because when Zacharda, now 10, was 3 years old, it was discovered that he was deaf.
The adjustment wasn’t easy for the family, but Fay said the struggles to communicate have only brought him and his brother closer together.
Donations from Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures, Belding Tank, Mercantile Bank and North Woods Furniture, totaling $3,700, made it possible for six benches to be purchased and placed at Belding Veterans Park for visitors to use as they admire monuments at the park.