Boys basketball St. Louis 61, Montabella 54: The Mustangs went down M-46 for a non-conference game against the Sharks but lost Monday night. Nate Jankowsky scored 18 points and Tyler House added 10 to the effort. Quote: “We gave up too many offensive rebounds. Their (St. Louis’) post player killed us.” – Montabella coach Gary [...]
Montabella 5-0: The Mustangs went undefeated to win the Lakeview Invitational on Saturday. Montabella defeated Morley Stanwood 75-11, Farwell 40-32, Lakeview 60-9, Clare 46-34 and Cedar Springs 48-30…
What was supposed to be an eight-team invitational turned into a regular quadrangular. Regardless, the Belding Redskins put forth a dominating performance by winning all three matches at home on Saturday. Earlier this week, two schools canceled coming to the Redskins Invitational and another was a no-show Saturday morning, leaving the invitational with just four teams.
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A vacant home was damaged by a fire Monday night in Greenville after a neighbor called 911 when they saw smoke.
The director of Lakeview’s Department of Public Works is being charged with embezzling from the village’s fleet vehicle fuel program. Gary Lee Jensen, 61, of Lakeview, was arraigned Monday in 64B District Court in Stanton.
The first baby to be born at Carson Health made a grand entrance at 10:18 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2. Bernard and Kristin Lacy of Sheridan are the parents of a boy, Gunnar Michael, who weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces at birth.
If there’s a motor under the hood, chances are Lake Montcalm Boat & Auto Center will be able to fix it. The showroom and shop have been serving the community’s auto and marine needs since officially opening in 2011.
Josh Hockemeyer is one of the newest members of the Michigan State University brass band. The 2012 graduate of Carson City-Crystal High School plays alto saxophone for the band.
Written and recorded in 1968 by folk artist Donovan, “Hurdy Gurdy Man” remains one of the most recognizable songs of a generation. Yet many have no idea what, precisely, a hurdy gurdy is, or why someone would employ one to sing songs of love. Like the instrument itself, the precise history of the hurdy gurdy is largely unknown, locked away in time’s immutable amber. Scholars contend it existed prior to the 11th century and is generally thought to have originated in either the Middle East or Western Europe.