The Greenville Department of Public Safety is investigating an embezzlement involving the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) at Walnut Hills Elementary School in Greenville. On Jan. 11, information was brought forward about the PTO’s financial record-keeping, which led to the police investigation.
With the aroma of freshly baked dough, spicy pepperoni and a variety of cheeses wafting through the air of the Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library, more than 60 members of the community filled their plates with slice after slice of delicious pizza from five Belding businesses with an intent to discover who was offering up the most tantalizing slice.
While Greenville’s wrestling team kept rolling on Wednesday night, Belding hit a speed bump. The Yellow Jackets picked up a pair of wins in a home quadrangular, beating Cedar Springs 71-9 and the Redskins 49-24.
Carson City-Crystal’s wrestling team continued their march toward the Central Michigan Athletic Conference title Wednesday. The Eagles won a pair of quadrangular matches at Montabella Wednesday, beating the host Mustangs 37-31 and Bath 64-18.
CC-Crystal 39, Tri County 30: The Eagles went across the county to face the Vikings and came back with a win Wednesday night. Hailey Geister led CC-Crystal with 14 points and nine rebounds…
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One classroom at a time, through creative and memorable methods, the effort to create awareness in children of the real life dangers of abductors and predators is growing throughout Montcalm County. The “Protect Yourself” program, funded and organized by The We Care for Kids Council, has been implemented to teach children how to recognize and respond to various dangerous, disturbing, and destructive situations.
Next year is shaping up to be a busy year for road repair in Belding. During Tuesday evening’s City Council meeting at the Pere Marquette Depot, council members voted unanimously to begin accepting proposals for engineering work on two separate road construction projects within the city.
The Howard City Police Department recently announced several changes in how firearm purchase permits will be issued, according to Police Chief Steve DeWitt.
A Fenwick man has been found competent to stand trial after allegedly shooting his girlfriend in the head last spring. Ronald Kent, 52, is charged with assault and intent to commit murder (a felony with a possible life sentence), two counts of felony firearms (each a possible two-year felony) and manufacturing more than 20 but less than 200 marijuana plants (a possible seven-year felony).