Greenville’s boys golf team had no problems with the wind or the other teams at Brookside Golf Course Saturday. The Yellow Jackets were far and away the winners of the Lakeview Invitational, shooting a team score of 330. That was 51 strokes better than Cedar Springs and 55 better than the host Wildcats’ “gold” team, followed by Central Montcalm (424), Montabella (427) and Lakeview’s “navy” team (501).
Belding goes 1-1: The Redskins went to the Chippewa Hills Invitational Saturday and ended up in a three-way tie with the host Warriors and Whitehall…
Funeral notices for Monday, April 28, 2014
In the early minutes of March 27, shortly after midnight, Sgt. Judy Taylor of the Belding Police Department signed out of service and into retirement.
Scott Rigsby was just a regular 18-year-old Georgia teen when a serious crash took both of his legs.
Ten years of rehabilitation, 26 surgeries and a battle with prescription drug addiction almost proved too much. But the tragedy would not defeat him. Instead, it motivated him.
Dining at Aunt Stephie’s Cafe is a lot like eating at your grandmother’s house; the “down home” food is all made from scratch, there’s plenty of it and you feel as if you’re surrounded by friends and family.
Funeral notices for Saturday, April 26, 2014
Surrounded by students she has mentored, guided and influenced throughout this past year, Laurie Stewart could only smile while shedding a few tears as she came to a realization Thursday evening.
“They don’t need me anymore,” she said. “They are definitely using their peer influence to help other people and they are making it sustainable.”
That was the goal from the beginning — to create a new, positive culture in Montcalm County.
The exodus from cities to suburbs is a part of American culture.
Soldiers returning from World War II and Korea moved with their families to quiet little streets in new developments made possible by the country’s burgeoning infrastructure, particularly the highway system. In recent decades, even those suburbs have come to seem too crowded to many, and new developments have sprouted like mushrooms in previously rural areas.
Read funeral notices for Friday, April 25, 2014.