Suicide is a tragedy with long reaching consequences and its prevention is the goal of the film “Don’t Change The Subject” produced by Michael Stutz. Stutz contacted Montcalm Community College Dean of Instruction and Faculty Gary Hauck to premier the movie in Montcalm County. Hauck said that it was Stutz’s intention to introduce the movie on college campuses around the country. Suicide can still be considered a taboo subject but that is exactly what Stutz wants to change.
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No one was injured in a structure fire that completely destroyed a home at 9516 S. Brown Road in Fenwick on Sunday night. According to Sheridan Community Fire Department Assistant Fire Chief Ed Lingeman, the owners of the home were away when the fire started shortly before 8 p.m. When firefighters arrived at the scene the fire was already fully involved.
There’s a $2 billion dollar bridge in the balance as the battle continues between Gov. Rick Snyder and Matty Moroun, owner of the Ambassador Bridge, the current span linking Detroit and Windsor, Ont.
As local businesses began to close their doors for the holiday weekend Friday night, downtown Belding was open and alive with carnival rides, bands and parades for the 107th annual Belding Labor Day Celebration.
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Yes, duck hunters, it’s about time to oil up your dogs and feed your shotgun some carbohydrates. Duck and goose hunting is in the wings. Actually, an early goose season is on, statewide, beginning today. And from all indications there are plenty of geese around. You know, you golfers may even have to fight your favorite golf course for space, since geese seem to love those links.
Once the Belding Redskins offense got rolling, it never stopped. The Redskins cruised to 63-42 victory at Rudness Field on Thursday night against Lake Odessa Lakewood. It was Belding’s second straight win against the Vikings.
Greenville residents recently caught a glimpse of nature that is not seen very often, maybe once every 15 years, according to a Michigan Department of Natural Resources official.
Most everyone has lost a friend or relative to cancer. Some find solace in prayer, others in the comforting arms of family. And many, like Lakeview resident Pam Main and her daughter, Kami Hoff, take action and do what they can to help eradicate cancer altogether. For the past four years, Main and Hoff have organized their “Family Feet” team for a 60-mile, three-day walk designed to raise funds for breast cancer research.