Montcalm County Sheriff’s officials are waiting on toxicology and forensic evidence results before issuing any charges in two recent Howard City accidents that took the lives of two young people. Mariah Kohn, 19, of Howard City, died July 6 after she was struck by a vehicle while lying on M-46 just north of Howard City.
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The 25th annual Wish-A-Mile 300 Bicycle Tour will be making its way through Lakeview and Greenville this weekend as more than 900 raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan. On Saturday morning riders will enter Montcalm County on Lakeview Road north of Lakeview, cycle through town and continue along M-91 toward Greenville.
As many as one in five people have difficulty reading and may have dyslexia. It is the hope of the Montcalm Area Reading Council (MARC) to assist those who struggle. MARC was established in 1986 and Executive Director Elaine Crawford has been with the organization since its inception. While the group originated to assist adults with reading difficulty, it has expanded to help children who exhibit reading troubles, as well. The council has also developed a book club, called Montcalm Reads, which is offered to adults only but will soon branch out to include children.
One person has died from injuries sustained in a Wednesday evening crash on M-91, which left two others seriously injured. The head-on collision happened around 5:40 p.m. Wednesday on M-91 south of Snows Lake Road and north of the Greenbriar Estates Mobile Home Park.
About 450 youths from all over the United States have come to Greenville to lend a hand to area residents in need. The Flat River II Workcamp has hit the ground running in Greenville, sending eager youths all around the area painting, building stairs, constructing ramps and more.
A Howard City man has been charged with a fatal hit and run three months after the accident occurred. Ronald Williams, 57, was arraigned last week and charged with failure to stop at the scene of an accident, resulting in serious impairment or death — a felony with a maximum sentence of five years and/or $5,000.
State Rep. Rick Outman held a press conference Tuesday to discuss funding of Yellow Jack Drive in Greenville — and to present the college with a $200,000 check. When Montcalm Community College (MCC) started the process for construction on its new Greenville campus, ideas arose on how to utilize the partial road of Yellow Jacket Drive.
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It was a beautiful night for baseball on Tuesday. It was also a beautiful night for a high school 7-on-7 passing camp. With the high school football season less than two weeks (Aug. 6 is the first day of practice) away that has become the norm on school campuses around the state.