Curt Read is returning to Ionia and running for sheriff of Ionia County. Read has served his country around the world. He is a retired colonel from the U.S. Army, served as a deputy sheriff and was most recently a federal special agent. He will be residing on the family farm near Palo where he grew up.
A plan to redo 14 planter beds throughout downtown Greenville has taken a different path after lack of help and the condition of the beds. The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) planned to team up with students from the Montcalm Area Career Center (MACC) to make over the planter beds that have not been redone since they were created 10 years ago.
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A proposal to allow a limited exception for 19-year-old students to play high school sports has the support of a few local athletic directors. Brian Zdanowski from Greenville, Joel Wilker from Belding and Larry Farmer from Carson City-Crystal support a proposal that was passed by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) on Monday.
The Belding softball team didn’t have an easy time with the Comstock Park Paanthers, and coach Mikayla Linebaugh knew it. “Good team,” Linebaugh said of the Panthers.
During a “Living Wax Museum” project at Cedar Crest Elementary School in Greenville on Monday morning, organized by fifth grade teacher Jean Stevens, students recounted the lives and characters of a variety of individuals from the past representing the United States.
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The rain and slick conditions did not affect the play of the Greenville Yellow Jackets girls soccer team. The Yellow Jackets jumped out to a quick lead and ended the game early with a 9-1 non conference mercy over the Grand Rapids Union Red Hawks on Monday night at home.
Talent and hard work has paid off for a group of Greenville basketball players this year. Austin Somerfield, Chris Mickey, Torrey Davis and Aaron Crebessa all have committed to play college basketball next year.
Community members, parents and caregivers are encouraged to attend an emerging drug trends presentation at 6 p.m. today in the Montabella High School gymnasium. Many neighboring communities are hosting similar events to educate people of the effects of the latest substances being used as drugs. Edmore Police Department and Drug Free Montcalm will offer information on bath salts, synthetic marijuana and other substances that are becoming increasingly popular among youths.