This township’s fire chief has been fired. The Oakfield Township Board unanimously voted to fire Don Riker at the May 13 township board meeting. He will be allowed to remain on the fire department as a volunteer firefighter.
Rebecca McCafferty may be resigning as 4-H coordinator for Ionia and Montcalm counties, but she is going to continue her career with 4-H … albeit in the deep south.
At the behest of the Ionia County Election Committee, recall petition language submitted toward Belding City Councilman Joe Feuerstein was denied Tuesday morning in an unanimous vote during a clarity/factual review session at the Ionia County Courthouse.
The Lakeview Wildcats baseball team struggled to find consistency in its season this year. Part of the inconsistency was due to the awful weather in April, which forced the cancelations of practices and many early season games.
Funeral notices for Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Fourteen area students who might otherwise have fallen between the academic cracks instead graduated Tuesday evening in a ceremony held at Greenville High School.
The longer the wait to market the area for economic development, the more potential jobs and revenue are lost.
This was what was on the mind of city of Greenville officials when they opted to wait no longer for a countywide effort for funding local economic development, which has helped move forward a contract between the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce and The Right Place for economic development in the Greenville area.
Local officials are still trying to figure out how to make Montcalm County “the right place” for progressive marketing. An economic development discussion took place Monday evening at Montcalm Community College, hosted by MCC President Bob Ferrentino and Vice President of Academic Affairs Rob Spohr. About three dozen local business and government officials attended the gathering to talk about the growth and advancement of commerce in Montcalm County.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, June 3, 2014
West Michigan Whitecaps fans have a knack for smelling victory and this particular steamy evening in May was no exception. Starting pitcher Jonathan Crawford had just wrapped up six masterfully thrown innings and pitching coach Mike Henneman was looking for just one thing. Strikeouts.