A woodstove fire at a Greenville home was quickly contained, resulting in only minor damage to the residence. At about 2:20 p.m. Sunday, the Greenville Department of Public Safety was dispatched to 412 Bluff St. on a report of a woodstove fire.
A Carson City Regional Correctional Facility prisoner has been denied by the Michigan Court of Appeals for the second time. Burton David Cortez, 33, was originally sent to prison for a May 14, 2000, criminal sexual conduct offense in Charlevoix County. He was sentenced to from two years and eight months to 10 years in the Carson City prison.
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The nonprofit electronics recycler Comprenew of Grand Rapids is coming to Carson City-Crystal High School with its recycling trailer. Area residents and businesses will be able to use the electronic recycling (e-recycling) service from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. now through April 2.
Lakeview Wildcats junior Shawn Lindsey was named to the All-CSAA boys basketball first team for his play this year. Lindsey leads three Wildcats on the postseason team, while one Central Montcalm Hornet earned honors, as well. Nate Shurlow was named to the second team and John Torres an honorable mention for the Wildcats. Trevin Nemeth [...]
For the first time since 1988, Belding’s wrestling team went to a state quarterfinal. The trip to Battle Creek was part of the Redskins’ 20-9 season in dual meets, which coach Travis Meyer was proud of.
This was one season that Montabella’s girls basketball team would like to forget. Yes, the Mustangs finished 10-8 this season. But they did so with many girls having to sit out nursing injuries.
Three cars in total were involved in an accident on M-91 this morning that sent passengers to Spectrum Health United Hospital in Greenville.
An man has been arrested and charged with attempting to steal metal in Crystal Township. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies received a call at 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Kyniska, a princess from ancient Sparta, was the first woman to win an Olympic chariot race, but she was barred from collecting her prize in person. Katherine Switzer was almost literally taken out of the 1967 Boston Marathon when race official Jock Semple attempted to drag her out of the race while she was running. While these two women made history as “the first female,” they weren’t, at the time, as celebrated for their feat as they should have been. For Marianne Huskey, who last year became the first woman in pro fishing history to win the Anglers Insight Marketing Angler of the Year award, it’s been quite the opposite.