Area country music lovers are in for a treat this December, when the Montcalm County 4-H Fair Association brings recording star John Berry to Greenville High School’s Performing Arts Center.
A bird’s eye view of anywhere in Montcalm County is now just a few clicks away.
Funeral notices for Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014
As Michigan’s economic recovery continues, the same cannot be said for its effect on community college enrollment.
Of the 28 community colleges in Michigan, 26 are currently experiencing a drop in enrollment, and Montcalm Community College has not been immune to that decrease.
When future historians look back at 20th century Greenville, they’ll encounter the usual pantheon of mayors, city managers, business owners.
Those who take time to dig deeper will find Elsie McNiel, a woman who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to chronicle and preserve a record of the community.
Unlike last year, the Lakeview Wildcats are familiar with their first round playoff opponent (Maple City Glen Lake). The Wildcats (8-1) will travel to face former CSAA rival Chippewa Hills (7-2) tonight in the first round of the Division 6 football playoffs. The two teams spent the past nine years together in the same league. This year, the league was split into two divisions, with the Wildcats in the Silver and the Warriors in the Gold.
Even though they were only 5-4, Central Montcalm’s football team made it to the playoffs. Because of their record, the Green Hornets will go on the road for the first round of the Division 5 playoffs when they go to Freeland to face the Falcons.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Oct. 31, 2014
Just when supporters behind the efforts to rebuild Whites Bridge thought things may be losing steam, a government grant is helping the think-tank stay strong.
On Oct. 13, the Whites Bridge Historical Society received word that the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Grand Region Bridge Council approved a $275,000 grant.
An infectious disease outbreak like Ebola usually has three things working in its favor: A lack of remedies, a lack of precautions and an unchecked system to where those infected travel beyond ground zero.
Fortunately, if ever an infectious disease were to threaten the mid-Michigan area, health officials say they are more than ready.