A 38-year-old Ronald Township woman surrendered herself to police today, involving the bomb threat to Palo Elementary Schools on Nov. 28.
A man who allegedly robbed Greenville’s Handy Market last Thursday night repeated a phrase that made a lasting impression on the cashier — and on all of us. “I’m sorry — I have kids,” he said, and then repeated, “I’m sorry — I have kids.”
The late Stanley and Blanche Ash were well known throughout Montcalm County for their generous donations and entrepreneurial efforts, but the community of Belding was close to their hearts as well. Last week, $25,000 was distributed to three organizations in Belding in the first year of grants provided by the Greenville Area Community Foundation (GACF) from the Stanley and Blanche Ash Community Improvement Fund, which is an endowment fund established in the autumn of 2011.
Members of Sheridan’s Village Council are determined to make some improvements to the village’s park despite being recently turned down for a state grant that would have helped finance the project. Park improvements, along with many other items on the village’s tentative budget for fiscal year 2013-2014, were discussed at the council’s meeting Tuesday evening.
The Tri County Vikings played even with the Greenville Yellow Jackets for the first quarter. After that, Greenville’s size, ability to rebound and its transition game took over in a 62-47 victory on Tuesday night at North Gym.
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Belding 61, Grant 57: The Redskins got their first win of the season Tuesday night by beating the Tigers on the road. Belding got 19 points each from Brendan Zuver and Garrett Strothheide in the win…
The area Toys for Tots campaign is low on toys and needs more donations before Saturday’s distribution. Along with various drop box locations, those with toys to donate can bring them directly to the Montcalm County Armory in Greenville from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday.
For many families, especially with young children in school, the adjustment of life with children at home over the holiday break can sometimes be a challenge and stressful change of pace, but hundreds of parents and children spent time together at Ellis Elementary School to learn various ways to make the transition an easier one to deal with.
The Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health has seen many changes during Robert Brown’s tenure as executive director. Staff at the center grew from 41 employees in 1990 to 66 employees currently serving more than 1,300 Montcalm County residents each year through programs such as outpatient therapy, case management and home-based services.