When it comes to local law enforcement, we think Greenville has the best. Especially under the watch of Public Safety Director Michael Pousak. But we wanted to register our disappointment that more couldn’t have been done to make the sole local bid on the department’s newest police cruiser work.
Read the funeral notices for Wednesday, August 29, 2012.
Ellis Elementary School has seen some major changes since April when new walls were put up and old ones were torn down. On Monday, staff, students and parents stood in awe as they toured the new facilities during the school’s official open house.
Here are Daily News multimedia reporter Cory Smith’s highlights from Friday’s Belding-Greenville game.
Three deputies will lose their jobs and the positions of two recent retirees will not be filled as part of the likely scenario of Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office budget cuts. The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners Finance & Personnel Committee continued to review the proposed 2012-2013 budget Monday.
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A fire that started in a nearby garage completely destroyed the uninsured home and three-story garage of Tohm Tyler at 10275 S. Cedar Lake Road in Fenwick on Saturday afternoon. According to Sheridan Community Fire Department Fire Chief Doug Lane, the house and garage fires were fully involved by the time firefighters arrived on the scene, around 2:59 p.m.
Greenville’s boys soccer team was too fast for Lakeview Monday. “They (Greenville) have a lot of speed and it showed on the scoreboard,” Lakeview coach Chris Smith said.
The St. Louis Spirits are champions of the Gratiot County Baseball League. The end of season league playoffs took place this past weekend with the semifinals on Saturday and the championship game on Sunday.
A family lost their dog in an afternoon fire on Monday.