Central Montcalm and Lakeview will renew a football rivalry on Friday night with a lot at stake. Each team has their own motivation for wanting to win the game. For the Green Hornets (5-3), it’s getting that sixth win to make the playoffs. For the Wildcats (7-1), it’s being 8-1 for the first time since 1976.
It’s been over 20 years since the Detroit Lions and their fans have had to even entertain the thought of a struggle in their kicking game. They’ve more than made up for it by experiencing difficulty in other areas, as we all know.
The St. Mary’s Catholic Church craft show started out like any other annual event — with a group of hard working people who wanted to do something special in their community.
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This city manager’s evaluations have been a roller coaster ride during her 18 months at the helm.
The Belding City Council went into a three-hour closed session meeting Tuesday evening to discuss Meg Mullendore’s 18 month review. In open session, Mayor Ron Gunderson revealed that Mullendore has made progress from her previous assessment in April.
Ways to bring new jobs to the city was the focus of Tuesday’s meeting of the Greenville City Council.
Council members voted to approve tax abatements to two city businesses in hopes of increasing local employment.
Members of the Edmore Village Council took a close look at three candidates currently being considered for the vacant village manager’s post.
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This village has been without an official manager for three years.
Village President S. Michael Scott has been partially filling the position since the last village manager, Mark Rambo, left in September 2011. But in one month, Scott is retiring, leaving the village without a leader.
Radio static, interference and noise are all about to become a thing of the past for bus drivers at Belding Area Schools.
Communication between school bus drivers via two-way radios is a critical part of transporting hundreds of students several times a day to and from school, which is why a switch from analog to digital radios on each of the district’s 19 buses was unanimously approved by members of the Belding school board Monday evening.