Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Jan. 21, 2012
What started as a lark during Danish Festival weekend has turned into something more for local Elvis impersonator Jim McKay. Depending on his showing at an upcoming Elvis contest in Saginaw, who knows where his impersonation of “The King” could take him.
When school principal Tiffany Jackson stood in the new east wing addition at Ellis Elementary School on the first day of classes after winter break, she gazed upward toward the large glowing chandelier hanging from the ceiling skylight as students hustled around her to their new classrooms.
GREENVILLE — A longtime Greenville business will close its doors for the last time Jan. 31. Mid Michigan Cellular, located for the past 10 years at 1712 W. Washington St., and for 11 years before that at the location now occupied by Ray Winnie Auto Sales, simply cannot continue to compete with online sales, [...]
GREENVILLE — A Greenville man was arraigned today on charges stemming from a Dec. 5 purse-snatching incident in downtown Greenville.
Montcalm Community College (MCC) strives to have students succeed and helps to provide options for more high-education options. For the past several years, MCC has worked with other colleges and universities to put into place articulation agreements allowing students to easily transfer to obtain their baccalaureate degree.
High school students in Montcalm County may soon have the opportunity to earn their associate degree — with a price tag no longer attached. Montcalm Community College (MCC) is now engaging with all area school districts in Montcalm County in an official Early College program, which would allow students the chance to obtain their associate degree through a three-year program at the college.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Jan. 18, 2012
Greenville senior Dakota Sherrick has only been wrestling since his sophomore year. Watching him wrestle now and that doesn’t seem possible. It may have taken Sherrick longer to get into wrestling, but it is a decision he’s glad to have made.
Tonight, the Greenville varsity boys and girls basketball games will take a back seat to something much more important. Greenville High School is hosting its fourth annual “Hunt for a Cure” game, which raises money for cancer awareness and those in need due to cancer related issues in the Greenville school system.