We’re all in favor of affordable and quality home care for Michigan citizens in need of help at home, and it is reassuring a very significant amount of those services are provided by family members and personal friends.
On Sunday players and coaches of Carson City-Crystal’s football team were gathered around the television at the middle school to see who they would play in the playoffs. A cheer went up when they saw their name on the screen.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team wrapped up its season on Saturday at the second day of the Division 2 state golf finals at The Meadows at Grand Valley State University. Greenville improved by one stroke on day two, but finished 10th overall in the 15 team field. The Yellow Jackets shot 382 on Friday and 381 on Saturday for a total of 763.
A home about four miles north of Lakeview was destroyed in a fire Saturday afternoon after firefighters battled the blaze for nearly five hours. The Lakeview District Fire Department was dispatched at 4:45 p.m. to 3271 100th Ave. in response to a structure fire. Fire Chief Patrick Q. Carr said assistance was provided by Morton Township and Morley Area fire departments, as well as Mecosta County Emergency Medical Services.
Local officials gathered Thursday for the monthly Coalition of Greater Greenville (COGG) meeting. Each one addressed local happening and updated the group on what is going on at their business.
GREENVILLE — A concert will be held to benefit the Montcalm County 4-H Association. John Barry will be performing a Christmas concert at 7 p.m., on Dec. 8 at the Greenville Performing Arts Center.
Funeral notices for Saturday, October 20, 2012
CC-Crystal 36, Potterville 0: The Eagles put the running clock on their former CMAC foes Friday night, scoring all of their points after a scoreless first quarter…
Most golfers wouldn’t play in the conditions that surrounded Greenville’s girls golf team at the Division 2 state finals Friday. “Most people wouldn’t go out on the golf course and play in this weather,” said Greenville coach Nancy Johnson.
The Lakeview Wildcats needed to win one final game to secure a spot in the Michigan High School Athletics Association (MHSAA) football playoffs. For a little more than 30 minutes, it looked like the Wildcats were on their way to doing so. In the end, the Big Rapids Cardinals (8-1) made the plays and defeated the Wildcats 28-14 in the regular season finale on Friday night at Kos Field.