An effort to add recall elections of two Belding school board members to the Nov. 6 general election ballot has failed after failure to acquire the necessary amount of signatures. On May 14, recall language for school board members Timothy Flynn and Tom Humphreys was submitted to Ionia County Clerk Tonda Rich. The language was approved on May 25 by Rich and the Ionia County Election Commission.
Read funeral notices for Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012.
It took a lot of horsing around for three young Stanton women to become division champions for District 8 Division C on Sept. 9. But all the hard work has paid off as the Central Montcalm High School Equestrian Team plans for its trip to regional competition at the end of the month.
Friday night’s football game in Belding isn’t just a normal home game for the Redskins. It’s also the B Foundation’s Believe Week game, where the players will be playing for cancer victims.
Belding 1st (Boys): The Redskins took home first place honors in the second O-K Blue Jamboree at Sparta on Wednesday. The Redskins had three runners in the top five spots…
ArtPrize is here! Today it all begins … now until 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7. It’s downtown and throughout Grand Rapids in over 160 venues, and it’s a ball for all.
The current Reynolds Township clerk has resigned and the Republican primary election winner — who faces no opposition in the general election — refuses to take office in the meantime. Tina Porzondek stepped down as clerk at last Thursday night’s Reynolds Township Board meeting, as did Deputy Clerk Lisa Lambert, effective immediately.
There have been many changes made to Greenville Public Schools during the 2012-2013 school year, from a new athletic facility to parking lot changes. Along with those changes came an upgrade to the high school cafeteria, including a new student-picked design, a commons area and new food choices.
Students at Greenville High School have started the new year with a collegiate feel when it comes to the cafeteria, lunch choices and a new student commons area. As students enter into the cafeteria, they no longer have one single line going through with limited food options, but instead multiple choices designed to cater to what the student wants.
While Yellow Jacket Drive awaits an extension, parking concerns are increasing as autumn sports are under way. During Tuesday night’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council voted 6-1 to purchase and install bumper blocks and signs along Yellow Jacket Drive.