The Carson City-Crystal Eagles girls basketball team had a tremendous season. They won their first conference (CMAC) title since 1983. They won their first district title since 1984 and they tied a school record for wins with 18 when they defeated St. Louis on Friday.
A trailer home is still standing after a fire broke out this morning. The Montcalm Township Fire Department responded to the fire at about 5:44 a.m. on W. Spencer Road.
Although the recent crime spree in Greenville has seen a downturn, local authorities hosted a seminar for business owners Tuesday on how to keep the declining trend going.
Carlsen Road bridge will go under construction next year to improve its conditions. Mark Christensen, superintendent of the Road Commission for Montcalm County, said the allowed weight limit for the bridge had gone down over the year. Currently, the bridge has a posted weight limit of 13 tons. With the new construction of the bridge, it will no longer have a weight limit.
Five people were injured in a three-car accident this morning on M-66 near Holland Lake Road. The Michigan State Police Lakeview Post responded to the accident at about 7:30 a.m.
Palm trees, bamboo mats, surf boards and hammocks set the scene for a reading at Montabella Elementary School. It is one of the many ways elementary schools are motivating pupils to get into reading during the month of March.
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It seems as if the Northview Wildcats have the number of the Greenville Yellow Jackets. For the second straight year the Wildcats ended the season of the Yellow Jackets. This year’s loss probably hurts a little more than last season, though.
For one half, both Montabella and Carson City-Crystal were having a close boys basketball game. Things changed in the second half and they changed for the Mustangs’ benefit.
It was a Valentine’s Day gift for some. Others are just getting ready for their first dance at their wedding. Still others are swinging away “just because it’s fun.” Whatever their reason for participating, about 25 couples have been flooding the floors of the Westphalia St. Joseph Parish Community Center each Wednesday night to brush up on their dancing skills.