Winterfest activities began Monday at Carson City-Crystal Area Schools.
Battling addiction, in any of its forms, is a painful and sorrowful experience to go through for everyone involved. Many who try to get an upper hand on their addiction feel like there is no way out. Worst of all, they feel like they are alone.
But there is a way out, and they are not alone.
Christmas is coming back to Stanton (even if you didn’t know it ever left).
A local group called Bring Christmas Back To Stanton wants to relight the large pine tree on the lawn of the Montcalm County court complex on the north side of Stanton, something which hasn’t been done for several years.
A few new faces, complete with smiles and looks of determination, were officially welcomed to the Belding Area Schools Board of Education last week.
Grant 51, Central Montcalm 30: The Hornets lost just for the second time all season on Monday. The Tigers pulled away in the second quarter with a 19-7 run to lead 27-14 at halftime…
Former Greenville High School assistant wrestling coach Bill Breen is a finalist of one of the top coaching honors in the nation. Breen, who is taking a year off from coaching this year, has been the Yellow Jackets assistant varsity wrestling coach for the past eight years. He has also coached football and baseball in the past, both in assistant and head coaching duties.
Watching the Detroit Red Wings prepare to take the ice at the Joe Louis Arena that evening, Ray Ferraro couldn’t have hidden the smile across his face, even if he wanted to. All those trips to the ice rink with his young son Landon had suddenly come to fruition for the 18-year hockey veteran, as his son made his way onto the rink for his NHL debut in the very arena that the elder Ferraro played his final game as a professional.
Torrey Davis/Lake Forest College: The Greenville graduate, a junior, had four points, three rebounds and three assists in an 82-70 win over Cornell at home on Saturday…
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015
The clang of a hammer falling hard to a nail, the screech of a table saw quickly splitting through a piece of wood — that’s the sound of the orchestra of construction taking place at an old but familiar location in this community. Since the summer of 2012, the Driftway Bar and Restaurant has sat empty, eventually foreclosed on and left as a shadow of its former lively self.