Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, June 29, 2015
Belding’s boys track team had some really good athletes. However, they were also young. As a result the boys were fifth in the six-team O-K Blue Conference this season.
Change is sometimes sweet and sometimes scary. It’s also inevitable. Greenville is going through a few changes right now. With businesses closing on main street, new industry moving to town and the resignation of the school superintendent, residents have the taste of change fresh in their mouths.
Like many Americans, the two women learned the news from a Facebook post. Kai Loni Redner, 26, and Rebecca Rowe, 23, both of Lakeview, were helping a family member move Friday morning when they heard about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that same-sex couples have the right to marry anywhere in the United States.
Modern 4-H’ers can thank the Spanish conquistadors for the ease with which they’re able to raise and train alpacas. The gentle, horselike animals, raised by the Incas, almost disappeared during the 1500s, when the Spaniards conquered South America’s natives and slaughtered alpacas almost to the point of extinction.
The Incas who survived the conquest fled to the mountains; only the strong survived, of both men and alpacas. This made for a strong, disease resistant gene pool.
A local businessman is the new supervisor of Maple Valley Township.
John Schwandt, who owns Maple Valley Market and Stump’s Pizzeria and Diner with his wife Marianne, was appointed supervisor earlier this month.
When several residents on the south side of Greenville awoke Thursday morning, they were greeted to a less than pleasant sight.
Vandals had marched up and down Clay, Franklin and High streets with spray paint cans at the ready. During their marauding between 2:30 and 4 a.m., vandals tagged up houses, vehicles, public utility boxes and even the street itself. All told, there were 13 cases of destruction with spray paint.
Bursting into the Montcalm County Clerk’s Office just before the noon lunch hour today, the two women were breathless and smiling.
“We’re here to get married!” they exclaimed.
Lakeview’s girls track team is looking for a new girls track coach. That’s because former coach Cari Scholtens has left Lakeview. “I have accepted a teaching position at Greenville next year,” Scholtens, a Greenville graduate, said. “I wish Lakeview High school and Lakeview girls track all the best. I’m excited to see them in competition.”
The 2015 season was the last for Carson City-Crystal track coach Marcus LeGrand, as he is leaving the position. LeGrand went out on top, winning the first conference championship for the Eagle boys since 1983.