This year’s Summerfest in Lakeview, held Thursday through Sunday, offered a little something for everyone. This was the first year the annual event was planned under the auspices of the recently formed Lakeview Festivals Committee.
“I’ll be back,” is a famous line from the movies, but it’s also the goal of two Greenville women after their weeklong adventure competing in the Miss Michigan Scholarship pageant at the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts in Muskegon.
If the task of consolidating the large amount of water drains in this township into one system is to be completed, it will now fall on the shoulders of residents.
We have tried but fail to see how anything good can come out of an ongoing recall effort in the city of Belding. Belding resident Dennis Cooper is attempting to get recall language approved against Councilman Joe Feuerstein.
The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a reported attempted abduction involving a teenage girl near Greenville.
The incident occurred around 3 p.m. Friday on Dickerson Lake Road near Greenville Road.
Vestaburg’s softball team has overcome defensive errors before. This time, however, they couldn’t. The Wolverines were beaten in the Division 4 state semifinals by defending champion Kalamazoo Christian 6-1 Friday at Michigan State University’s Secchia Stadium.
Funeral notices for Saturday, June 14, 2014
Construction has begun on the new Leppinks Skate Park at Central Riverside Park in Belding. With more than $70,000 collected through fundraisers and donors, the first phase of the concrete skate park is expected to be completed by July 1.
Tears filled the eyes of the Vestaburg Wolverines softball team.
That’s what happens when seasons come to an end. That’s what happens when seniors have played their final games. That’s what happens when dreams fall short of expectations.
On Friday, the Vestaburg softball season came to an end in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 4 state semifinals in East Lansing at Secchia Stadium on the campus of Michigan State University.
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education has named longtime district employee Michelle Blaszczynski as chief academic officer.
Blaszczynski replaces another longtime staffer, Diane Brissett, who is retiring.