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Pheasant hunting is different now than it used to be. Early, traditional pheasant hunting, say in the 1930s, in places like South Dakota or even here in Michigan, were mostly a large group activity. Now, most of us hunt alone or with a friend or two, even sharing a dog, and don’t go much for [...]
Carson City-Crystal was looking for its first football playoff win since 1999. Evart was looking for its first playoff win ever. It wasn’t an easy victory, but Evart was the team to come out on top with a 16-12 win. The Wildcats overcame four turnovers and stopped a late Carson City (7-3) drive on fourth down to secure the victory.
Vestaburg’s football team ran into one of the toughest opponents in Division 8 Friday night. “They’re bigger, stronger, faster,” Wolverine coach Dan Ryckman said. “They” were Vestaburg’s first round opponent, Muskegon Catholic Central, which dominated Vestaburg 61-8 in the first round of the playoffs Friday night.
Voters have several candidates to choose from in the races for the 3rd District and 4th District of the Michigan Congress on Nov. 6.
With nearly a hundred supporters crowded into his restaurant Thursday night and the sound of ragtime music flowing through the air as local musician Nels Hansen played away on the piano, Mike Huckleberry, with the help of Sen. Carl Levin, energized a crowd to their feet in hopes that Huckleberry will return to Lansing as the 70th District representative.
A new hospital zoning district is being worked on by the Greenville Planning Commission to help prepare for future plans. During Thursday night’s meeting, the Planning Commission looked at Spectrum Health United Hospital and surrounding areas to set up a hospital district in case the hospital wanted to develop more in the future.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners approved proposed salaries and benefits for the county’s three road commissioners on Monday, but not without first debating the issue. Commissioners voted 8-1 to approve the proposed salaries and benefits starting in 2013. Commissioner Tom Lindeman of Greenville cast the lone “no” vote without explanation.
A man was convicted by a jury this week for operating a methamphetamine lab in his Pierson home. Christopher Wilcox, 41, was convicted by a jury after a trial in 8th Judicial Circuit Court of operating/maintaing a meth lab in the presence of minors (a possible 20-year felony) and operating/maintaining a meth lab (a possible 10-year felony). He also is a habitual offender fourth offense, so he is now facing life in prison when he is sentenced at a later date.
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