The halls of Lakeview High School are alive with the sound of music, thanks to a grant from the Fender Music Foundation. The foundation, located in Agoura Hills, Calif., provides guitars and basses to four Michigan school programs each year. Lakeview was chosen to receive one of this year’s grants thanks to the efforts of music teacher Dean Gilbert, who handled the application process early in the school year.
Carson City Hospital and Carson City Police Department have formed a unique collaboration to provide a better law enforcement presence after City Hall closes at 5 p.m. The Community Policing Partnership, which begins in June, is designed to assist the city and hospital at the same time.
Anthony Thomas Russell, 18, of Howard City, was arrested Monday in connection with a break-in that took place on Kendaville Road in Pierson Township over Memorial Day weekend. A 16-year-old Howard City youth also was arrested for his involvement in the same crime.
Charles Lambert Wright, 50, of Greenville, was arrested Monday after investigators from the Kent County Sheriff’s Office discovered stolen property at a home near Turk Lake in Montcalm Township.
Belding’s softball team will face a somewhat familiar foe today at Hope College. The Redskins will take on Wayland Union in the quarterfinals of the Division 2 softball tournament at 4 p.m.
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People buy disability insurance in an attempt to protect their families should something awful happen. You pay into the system, hoping you won’t ever need to use it. That’s what Branden Peterman of Edmore did four years ago. With a third child on the way, he bought both life and disability insurance through Auto Owners Insurance in an attempt to protect his expanding family.
The sound of a gobble builds anticipation for the hunter seeking the gobbler with his strutting posture and red, white and blue head. The hunter needs to be stealthy, clever, persistent and patient.
What many thought would be a rough season for Belding’s girls softball team has turned into a third consecutive trip to the Division 2 quarterfinals. The Redskins won the regional tournament at Hope College Saturday by beating Zeeland East 5-2 and Fruitport 4-2.