At a time in their lives, when their peers are worrying about raising money for their next 30-pack, three Greenville High School graduates are more concerned about raising money for the less fortunate.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Dec. 8, 2014
As the sun sank to kiss the horizon and the shadows of the trees stretched their log, bony fingers across the ground, Valerie Hansen first caught sight of the monster in the woods. It was the first time she laid eyes on “Bruno.”
This city’s commission recently voted to move forward with the creation of a downtown development authority (DDA).
On Tuesday night, residents will have the opportunity to ask questions and voice their support or concern about the initiative.
Funeral notices for Saturday, December 6, 2014
The Belding robotics team is picking up right where it left off. Coming off a year that saw the team compete at the VEX Robotics World Championships, the team has begun the 2014-2015 school year by winning the West Michigan VEX League Grandville Tournament.
When Lonnie Fitzpatrick first expressed a desire to join the Crystal Township Fire Department in 1967, his father had one message for him. “If you’re going to do it, stick with it,” Fitzpatrick recalled his father, Rod Fitzpatrick, saying. “Don’t get into it and then get out.”
One way to stop bullying is to empower not only the victims, but the witnesses to bullying as well.
This mindset is one Greenville Middle School officials are attempting to instill in students.
Montcalm County Prosecutor Andrea Krause released her review and conclusion of a home invasion which led to a fatal shooting in Greenville last summer.
On Saturday, Sept. 6, John Russell, 27, was shot and killed by Jess Braman, 38, after Russell broke into Braman’s house while Russell was naked with with marijuana in his system as Braman’s wife and children were asleep, according to police and autopsy reports.
This city took another step toward improving its economic condition last week when members of the Stanton City Commission voted to extend their affiliation with the Montcalm Economic Alliance.
Already contracted with the organization for one year, commissioners opted to continue the contract for three years at a cost of $2,500 per year.