When Devin Pringle was handed the reins of Carson City-Crystal Area Schools’ alternative and adult education programs this summer, one of his first tasks was to find a suitable facility. After meeting with members of the Crystal Township Board on Wednesday evening, Pringle now has his facility. Board members approved the use of the Crystal Township Community Center for one year at a rate of $3,000.
One day throughout the summer, students have the ability to attend a summer library program that provides fun and educational programs. Every Tuesday from now until Aug. 20, local students are able to attend Cedar Crest Elementary School in Greenville and participate in its summer library program.
A Texas man wanted for robbery involving a weapon was arrested Monday after fleeing from a Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies.
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After having not received payment since October 2012, members of the Crystal Township Board have decided to end a contract with God Team Ministries, which allowed the youth ministry service to rent rooms from the Crystal Township Community Center.
The city of Greenville has narrowed its search for a Public Safety director to three candidates.
This position, which became vacant when Michael Pousak resigned after just a year on the job, has been filled by Interim Director Michael Stuck since the end of May. After thorough background checks and research on the candidates, City Manager George Bosanic announced the top three candidates for the position.
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A 28-year-old Greenville man is in custody after he was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a 12-year-old child.
The art of tattooing has been around for centuries. First brought to the attention of the western world in the 1700s by sailors returning from faraway lands, tattoos have a long and — some might say checkered — nautical past.
The village pond, long a popular site for concerts, photographs and community events, is about to get a makeover. The Edmore Village Council voted 4-3 at last Monday’s meeting to accept a $25,000 bid from Outman Excavating in Six Lakes to dredge the pond. Village President Chet Guild and council members Ed Adams, Chuck Burr and Jerry Rasmussen voted “yes” while Bonnie Ashbaugh, Karen Deja and Art Schuitema voted “no.”