A man has been charged after allegedly making a false report of a bomb threat in Belding last week. Belding Police Chief Dale Nelson said after officers investigated the situation, they developed a suspect about two hours after the incident.
So finishing fourth in the 100-meter hurdles isn’t good enough? I pretty sure the actual runner I’m speaking of, Lolo Jones, would possibly say that. After all, she was the one working her tail off the past four years with the hope of winning Olympic gold.
Danish pianist Glenn Henriksen first made inroads into Greenville in digital format — his recorded music on CD. On sale at a Danish Fest booth several years ago, Henriksen’s collection of original music was purchased by local event organizer Nels Hansen. “I bought it and loved it,” Hansen said. “When Pastor Betsy (Kamphuis) at St. Paul Lutheran Church came up with the idea of a Danish music festival, I immediately thought of Glenn.”
A man has been released from the hospital after crashing his motorcycle into the back of a pickup truck on Saturday. According to Michigan State Police Lakeview Post Trooper Ed Brinkman, traffic was stopped on Stanton Road while cars were pulling into a mud bog around 2:55 p.m.
Read the funeral notices for Friday, August 10, 2012.
Turk Lake Restaurant and Bar plans to break ground on a microbrewery within the month. During Wednesday night’s Montcalm Township Board meeting, Turk Lake Restaurant and Bar owner and board trustee Tom Smith asked the rest of the board to approve a land-use change to expand his business.
The use of fireworks will be banned within the city of Greenville except for the day of, before and after a holiday. During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Greenville City Council voted to approve an ordinance regulating the use of consumer fireworks in the city of Greenville.
Bree Town is waiting with much anticipation for her upcoming party, an Alvin and the Chipmunks theme. The 9-year-old Greenville girl, who wants to be just like her mother when she grows up and dreams of flying, knows what she must endure before her party can happen — another round of chemotherapy.
Now seven months into Gov. Snyder’s law making the purchase and use of consumer fireworks legal in Michigan, members of Belding City Council voted Tuesday night to limit the use of those very fireworks outside of the national holidays they are intended to be used for. After receiving complaints from members of the community about excessive use of fireworks, city council members voted 4-0 to approve an amendment to the city’s code of ordinances.
Jill McKenna believes her uncle was the last great Irishman. Francis McKenna, a longtime Hubbardston resident, died Aug. 2. He was 98 years old.