The face of Belding Area Schools appears to have a different look each day that construction continues at the high school and Ellis Elementary School — and even more changes are on the way after various projects have come in “significantly under budget” in recent weeks. According to school board President Tom Humphreys, bids on future projects such as remodeling the middle school building have come in enough under budget that additional projects have now been given the green light for future construction.
Two men were injured after their car crashed into a tree at a high rate of speed this morning. Mecosta County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident at 9:05 a.m. on 5 Mile Road near 120th Avenue.
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Local boards of education are being advised to look at policies regarding technology, relationships and boundaries. During the semi-annual Montcalm County School Board Association (MCSBA) general membership meeting Monday night, the members received a presentation from Derrick R. Fries, an expert witness for United States School Liaison Cases.
Montabella’s softball team found out Morley Stanwood’s softball team may be as good as their state champion volleyball and basketball teams. The Mustangs were mercied twice by the Mohawks 12-1 in five and 17-3 — both in five innings — in the first doubleheader of the season for both teams.
Trying to rebuild a program is a tough thing to do. But Vicky Sawyer is going to attempt just that with Montabella’s softball team. Sawyer debuted as head coach of the Mustangs on Tuesday, losing the first two games of the season to Morley Stanwood at home.
A Lakeview woman and her infant child were injured after their car was struck by another car containing five teenagers. Mecosta County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident at 2:17 p.m. Tuesday on 5 Mile Road near 95th Avenue.
Danish Festival-goers may not have known his name, but they knew his face. Stanley Saussy, better known as “Kempy,” has been a familiar figure in Danish Festival parades since the early 1970s. Kempy died Saturday after a heart attack at his home in Greenville. He was 66.
After competing at the DECA State Competition earlier this month, students from Greenville High School have qualified for the International Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah. DECA is a student organization, comprised of sophomores, juniors and seniors and it prepares their members for careers in marketing, management, finance and hospitality.
A motion to hold a public hearing to gather input on appointing vs. electing road commissioners failed in a deadlocked vote this afternoon. The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners voted 4-4 to host a public hearing.