As an 8-year-old boy, Craig Oldenburg can remember his trip to Camp Concordia; the cabins, the activities and even a few of the advisors.
Bryan Guernsey’s life to date has been one rife with hard knocks.
The journey from his birth — to a 15-year-old drug-using mother 17 years ago — to his graduation from Lakeview High School, has not been easy. But you’d be hard pressed to find a young man with a better attitude or stronger work ethic.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association baseball postseason tournament swings into high gear on Saturday. The tournament actually started on Tuesday with pre-districts and continues tomorrow with the district semifinals and finals. The state semifinals and finals will take place June 12-14 at Michigan State University.
A trio of Belding football players will be trying to bring wins to college football teams this fall. Neil McCully, Bobby Whorely and Chase Fairchild-Kenny all will be playing football in college, it was announced Wednesday.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, May 30, 2014.
Funeral notices for Friday, May 30, 2014
After a string of recent break-ins, the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging township residents to ensure they lock their car doors.
A Belding man is in custody for allegedly assaulting another man after an argument escalated to the point that a gun was raised but not fired.
After the economic downfall of 2008, companies specializing in skilled trades had a difficult time staying afloat. But while many closed, Greenville Tool & Die was able to keep its head above water and is now reaping the benefits of a resurgent automotive industry with a $5.25 million expansion project.
The Edmore Village Council has changed its tune about unsafe playground equipment in the village park. At the April 14 village council meeting, Village Manager Neil Rankin provided a lengthy list of concerns, accompanied with photographs about safety issues at the Glenn D. Curtis Memorial Park, located at 307 E. Forrest St.