Brendon Roszell considers himself lucky. Allen Roszell, left, helped his son, Brendon, center, deliver over 400 pounds of dog and cat food to the Montcalm County Animal Shelter in Stanton. Accepting the donation was Animal Control Director Angela Sova, right.On Thanksgiving, the Central Montcalm Middle School student sat down with his father, Allen, grandmother, Annette, and other family members and — like a lot of Americans — enjoyed a belt-busting meal and the company of those he loves. But before he did that, Brendon did his part to make sure the canine residents of the Montcalm County Animal Shelter also had a good holiday.
Read the funeral notices for Saturday, November 30, 2013.
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Multiple families throughout the Belding area will have the chance to enjoy a plentiful Thanksgiving dinner this year thanks to the efforts of students at Woodview Elementary School.
A home in downtown Vestaburg was destroyed by fire Wednesday morning after the homeowner discovered smoke while preparing Thanksgiving dinner.
When the Endres family of Orleans Township sits down together for Thanksgiving dinner this year, they will be doing so with one more addition to the family.
Tony Endres, 2, surrounded by family and friends at the Probate Court of Ionia County at the Ionia County Courthouse was officially adopted Tuesday by his new parents, Val and Craig Endres.
Read the funeral notices for Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013.
Legislation is pending in the Michigan State Senate which will require school districts statewide to implement an additional lockdown drill in place of a fire drill. Local school officials say the change will be relatively easy to implement and beneficial for students.
It’s only a matter of time before Belding will have to address the lack of asset management plans in regard to the city’s wastewater and storm water systems. With estimated expenses totaling nearly $1 million in costs to implement the two asset plans, the burden of paying for the two projects would be quite strenuous on the city’s budget.
During the final Legislative Update session of the year at Montcalm Community College, both Sen. Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan, and Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, presented information on legislation that is “very close” to their hearts.