Welcome to Michigan! You’ve undoubtedly seen the message on the signs welcoming highway travelers entering our state’s borders.
For those searching for a unique, eye-opening look at Greenville’s history, look no further than the Flat River Museum this weekend. Celebrating the “Spring Into The Past” mentality with “America’s Pastimes” as the theme, the museum is offering new displays that dive deep into Greenville’s history, showcasing fun elements from the past that were likely otherwise forgotten.
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A local teenager is in custody after authorities responded to a hostage situation in which the teenager was allegedly holding his mother hostage at knifepoint.
Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a knife-wielding 14-year-old holding his mother captive at a residence in the 400 block of East Evergreen Street in Sheridan at 4:30 p.m. Monday.
For the next three weeks, the Greenville High School lobby will be transformed from a school hallway into an art gallery.
Four years ago, the voters of Montcalm County showed their support for the efforts of the Commission on Aging by passing a .45 millage to help fund the program.
On Tuesday, the commission is hoping voters will vote to continue that funding at the same level.
Mackenzie Geister will be playing basketball after her senior year of high school. The Carson City-Crystal senior signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball for Lansing Community College.
Inclement weather forced a delay in the track meet between the Belding Redskins and Allendale Falcons on Tuesday evening. The matchup between O-K Blue rivals was delayed after five completed events and will be made up on Monday at 4 p.m.
The Chippewa Hills Warriors claimed the CSAA jamboree on Tuesday at Waters Edge Golf Club in Fremont. Hesperia was the host school.
Belding 4th: The Redskins placed fourth in Monday’s O-K Blue Jamboree hosted by Sparta at Cedar Chase Golf Course. Belding fired a 193, which was behind Comstock Park’s 175, Coopersville’s 187 and Allendale’s 191…