Cody Moore is best remembered by his friends and family as an outdoorsman who loved working and playing in the surroundings of Mother Nature. A Belding High School graduate, landscaper and friend to many, Moore died unexpectedly on June 9 at the age of 25.
A damaged ArtPrize piece does not represent what the theme of the piece was supposed to represent — “Love is …” Artist Judy Rogers, a Gowen resident and former Cedar Crest Elementary School teacher, said she returned to her ArtPrize entry located at the YMCA in Grand Rapids to find it surrounded by police on Monday night. A man had came out of the YMCA and apparently started pushing the piece until it broke.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012
Belding’s volleyball team looked like they had a harder time with Grand Rapids Union than coach Mikayla Linebaugh thought they did. The Redskins beat the Hawks 25-12, 25-27, 25-13 in a non-conference match Tuesday at the new Redskin Arena in a match that wasn’t as quickly paced as some other matches.
FH Northern 3, Greenville 0: The Huskies topped the Yellow Jackets in O-K Bronze play on Tuesday night. Northern won 25-20, 25-20, 25-13…
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Most sophomore football players are playing junior varsity football. For the few that actually play varsity football, under center is not usually the position where they will be found. For Central Montcalm sophomore Keagan James, under center as quarterback is where he will be found. As expected the sophomore has had his ups and downs this season for the Hornets (2-4).
Every writer, from Shakespeare to Hemingway to King, started his or her career by writing — and finding a publisher for — that first book. In times past, that “finding a publisher” part brought more than one burgeoning writing career to a an unceremonious halt. That’s less of an issue today. In a market flooded with small, independent publishers and many self-publishing options, anyone with a modicum of talent and a few hundred bucks can see their dream of authorship come true. In fact, the talent part is, unfortunately, optional.