Big Rapids’ girls golf team showed again why they were the best team in the Central State Activities Association. The Cardinals won the league championship by shooting a 395 to win the CSAA Championship meet Tuesday.
Lakeview 3, Reed City 2: The Wildcats had to even the score twice on the Coyotes during Tuesday’s game, but got a game-winner from Matt Hill off a Tim Reed shot for the victory…
A four-month summer hiatus of monthly legislative luncheon meetings came to an end Monday as many curious minds gathered at Montcalm Community College to listen to what local legislators have been up to since last informing the public in May. Sen. Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan, and Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, took some time to update a crowd of more than 30 people on recent endeavors in Lansing, providing details on bills and other information relevant to District 70.
What a wonderful summer filled with sunshine, family and lots and lots of music. Music is and always will be a lifelong love. I was lucky enough to be born to parents who were professional musicians. I don’t remember a time when I wasn’t listening to their big band, my mother’s church organ music or a group of musical friends just hanging out and playing for fun.
Montcalm County is now home to five new medication drop-off box locations. The fifth box was unveiled Monday in the lobby of the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office in Stanton. Additional locations include police departments in Carson City, Greenville, Howard City and Lakeview.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted Monday to approve the proposed 2012-2013 budget, without much discussion or public input. Commissioners voted 8-0 to approve the budget, which included cuts to balance a $733,000 deficit. Commissioner Ron Retzloff of Crystal was the lone commissioner absent from Monday’s meeting.
The Vestaburg Community School Board of Education may not have to make additional budget cuts this year, thanks to better-than-expected student enrollment numbers. In June, the school board approved a budget based on an estimated enrollment population of 650 students, representing a dip into the school’s fund equity of more than $600,000. The school board divided the cuts into Phase 1 ($240,000 in cuts) and a possible Phase 2.
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Prospects for an orderly transition in Reynolds Township government appear to have improved when that township’s candidate for township clerk agreed to accept an immediate appointment to the position. Robin Sholty, the unopposed candidate for the post in the upcoming Nov. 6 election was sworn in as clerk Friday, after having demurred earlier on the offer by township board members. Controversy and strained relations are no strangers to township politics, but it seems the players in Reynolds Township have taken the high road.
We’re not sure what’s going on with politics in Reynolds Township, but we do know the people who live there are getting the short end of the stick. And recent events with the Reynolds Township clerk position seem like high school all over again.