By Sue Ellen Pabst Transitions Counseling Services “Snap out of it.” “Get busy.” “Quit feeling sorry for yourself.” “A lot of people are worse off than you.” Depression sufferers often hear such messages and occasionally even apply them to themselves. When they can’t get motivated, their depression thickens. All of us will experience depression at [...]
Getting spoiled and taking time to relax is what Candice Smith was looking forward to after winning a makeover drawing at the Taste of Home Cooking School event in Greenville last month. While attending the event with her sister, Smith signed up to receive a new subscription for The Daily News, which entered her into a drawing to win a makeover package from Thomas and Company hair salon in Greenville.
I can divide my friends into two groups — those with clean cars and those with cars like mine. You know who you are and which group you fall into. It is always harder for me to relate to the members of the clean car club. However, I can always relate to members of the clean plate club, but I know that totally doesn’t relate to this column.
Are you ready for this? We are about to embark on the most intense, likely insufferable, and yet important election that this state and country has seen in years. What happens in Michigan this fall will shape our lives in ways that could and may well be exceeded only by the results of the presidential and congressional contests.
Raising kids can be a challenge under the best of circumstances. When money’s short, help is unavailable or the child has special needs, things become even more challenging. In the Greenville area, there are many organizations anxious to offer a helping hand, but too often parents are unaware of their existence. To help remedy this situation, on Saturday the We Care for Kids Council held its annual Family Fun Day and Early Childhood Expo at Montcalm Community College’s Activities Building in Sidney.
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Montabella’s baseball team had two games that were completely different, and not just because of the outcome. The Mustangs lost the first game of two at the Fulton Invitational Saturday to the host Pirates 12-2, but then knocked off Vestaburg 7-2 in the second game.
So far so good for the Lakeview soccer team, according to their coach. The Wildcats are 4-3-1 overall for the season following Friday’s 2-0 loss at Ludington.
A Howard City man turned himself in to police this morning after allegedly causing a fatal hit-and-run accident Saturday night. The Michigan State Police responded to the accident shortly after 9 p.m. on Stanton Road between Jones Road and Maple Hill Road in Pierson Township.
A Reed City couple was injured in an accident Saturday afternoon on U.S. 131. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident at 3 p.m. on southbound U.S. 131 south of Cutler Road in Reynolds Township.