During a regular city council meeting Tuesday evening, Otisco Township resident Jeff Hunter stood during public comment to thank City Manager Bruce Brown for the installation of wood chips around the playground equipment at Central Riverside Park.
Without warning, from the spark of an electrical charging cable, John Rood suddenly found his home filled with thick, black smoke Tuesday morning.
A local flower shop was bringing smiles to area residents Monday morning and afternoon. Greenville Floral participated in the “Make Someone Smile Week” put together by Teleflora, a California-based company with more than 13,000 member florists throughout the U.S.
Edward Mulholland spent his 25th birthday painting the rusting pavilion roof of a Montcalm County park … for free. Mulholland, who lives in North Augusta, S.C., has been coming up to Michigan the past few years to do paint jobs over the summer. He painted four barns earlier this summer for Roger Betten of Trufant.
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During a regular meeting Monday evening, the Belding board of education adopted a five year district calendar. The calendar identifies dates for each school year when school will not be in session for at least a winter holiday break and a spring break.
The Howard City Village Council unanimously voted to spend more than $1.4 million combined on a street project, new fire truck and ballfield fencing during tonight’s meeting.
“I love it! I love all the colors! It was totally fun!”
Beaming a smile of fruity, colored-stained teeth, Michaela Ward summed up Hubbardston’s annual fundraising festival. The 16-year-old Fowler resident had just completed Saturday’s 5K Color Run with her brother, Bryce, 10, both of whom were covered head to toe with bright colors stained on them from the run.
BELDING — After 13 years and a Division 2 semifinal appearance, Mikayla Linebaugh has decided she is done coaching softball. Linebaugh submitted her letter of resignation three weeks ago, but the resignation was made official earlier this week. Linebaugh is also the varsity volleyball coach, a position she will continue in. “It was a tough [...]
BELDING — Getting to work on their volleyball skills kept 60 young women busy this week. Belding volleyball coach Mikayla Linebaugh was the director of a volleyball camp at Belding Middle School. The camp had 60 players total attending the camp, from third grade through high school. There were three sessions, depending on the grade [...]