Most local school districts experienced a decrease in student enrollment this fall, but not as much as some officials were expecting.
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Two things always happen when a football game is decided in the final seconds. One team erupts into celebration while the other drops to its knees, heartbroken and defeated. Those feelings are only compounded in the playoffs, when it’s do or die, and even more so in a championship game.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team continues to add honors to its already highly successful season. Individually, senior Britta Bernth earned all-state honors for the third time by the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association (MIGCA).
Just two more weeks remain in the fall high school sports season. Winter basketball and wrestling practice has already started, but until football season is over most won’t pay attention to the fast approaching second season.
Members of the Coalition of Greater Greenville (COGG) held their monthly meeting at the Montcalm Community College (MCC) Technology and Learning Center on Thursday to take a tour of the new advance technology building currently being constructed in Greenville.
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No one was injured from a morning house fire in Spencer Township that left the house almost a total loss. The Spencer Township Fire Department responded to the fire at 15303 Keller Ave. at 8:24 a.m. Thursday for the report of a structure fire.
Friends, family and community are rallying to help the family of newborn Alijah Skye Wysong, who is recovering from surgery at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids. Deb Webber of Carson City recalled Oct. 23, the day of her granddaughter’s birth at Spectrum Health United Hospital in Greenville. The baby girl was diagnosed with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
My son Tyler did not start out to be such a success.
When we first found out he had autism he was nonverbal, hand flapped, hummed and paced constantly. At the time when Tyler was diagnosed there was still much unknown about the disease. There was little information online, and according to the Autism Society of Michigan run by Dr. Sally Burton Hoyle, there were only two people in the state who could properly diagnose him.