Montabella’s baseball team had two games that were completely different, and not just because of the outcome. The Mustangs lost the first game of two at the Fulton Invitational Saturday to the host Pirates 12-2, but then knocked off Vestaburg 7-2 in the second game.
So far so good for the Lakeview soccer team, according to their coach. The Wildcats are 4-3-1 overall for the season following Friday’s 2-0 loss at Ludington.
A Howard City man turned himself in to police this morning after allegedly causing a fatal hit-and-run accident Saturday night. The Michigan State Police responded to the accident shortly after 9 p.m. on Stanton Road between Jones Road and Maple Hill Road in Pierson Township.
A Reed City couple was injured in an accident Saturday afternoon on U.S. 131. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident at 3 p.m. on southbound U.S. 131 south of Cutler Road in Reynolds Township.
Here it is. The spring turkey hunt is about to pop open and many hunters are prepared for it or busy getting ready. As I believe I mentioned a while back, I’ll not be carrying my shotgun with me because I absolutely forgot to apply for a license. However, I’ll be calling for one of my hunting pals and that’s almost as good as carrying the gun.
The manufacturing industry is growing in Montcalm County. Government officials toured county factories Friday to see how they can help the factories, as well as keep them here locally.
The Montcalm County Business Resource Center (MCBRC) — located in the Home Township Library in Edmore — was created specifically for entrepreneurs who need a place to investigate potential business concepts prior to launching a new business.
Spectrum Health United Hospital (SHUH) in Greenville was named one of the top 100 best hospitals in the country based on Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals surveyed. Of the 918 small-community hospitals surveyed nationwide, only 20 were selected as recipients. SHUH is the only small-community hospital, under 100 beds, in the region to receive the recognition.
The Sheridan Community Fire Department is organizing a fire and burn safety prevention program for local children. More than 260 children ages 5 to 12 will receive educational fire prevention materials created and geared toward each age level, according to Fire Chief Doug Lane.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, April 21, 2012.