Ben Wickerham, who now works out of Flushing, Michigan, has been named the new regional representative for Michigan’s Pheasants Forever. A native of Sheridan, Wickerham earned a B.S. in Zoology at Michigan State University. And, although he will work out of his Flushing office, his roots remain deep in the Montcalm County area. For example, his father, Jay Wickerham, was a founding father of the Montcalm County Pheasants Forever chapter, one of the oldest chapters in the state.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets game plan was to run and score quickly. They did just that.
LAKEVIEW — Lakeview’s boys basketball team used defense to win for the first time this season.
The Wildcats (1-1, 1-0) won a somewhat chippy game against Central Montcalm on Friday, winning 51-35 at home.
The Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team is off to an incredible start this season. Maybe an even surprising start. At 4-0 overall, the Eagles have nearly matched last season’s win total of 5 (against 17 losses). Eagles coach Larry Farmer said last season’s record was a bit deceiving.
I would like to take this opportunity to profoundly thank the many people who have given their time, donations and services to make this holiday season at the Montcalm County Commission on Aging a special one.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Dec. 10, 2011
Dear Santa, I hope you talk to my cat. Enjoy he cookies and milk. Annie Dear Santa, For Christmas I would like a princess toddler Ariel with a tail. I would also like a pink robot Polly Pocket set and a doll that’s up to my neck, two bottles of silly strings and surprises. Thank [...]
By Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce Great Lakes Directories celebrates ribbon cutting ceremony The Greenville Area Chamber celebrated the opening of Great Lakes Directories with a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 29. Great Lakes is a locally owned and operated Yellow Pages provider, serving Ionia, Montcalm and North Kent counties. Use the Great Lakes Directories [...]
The West Michigan Youth Ballet is celebrating its fifth season with the complete ballet production of “The Nutcracker.”
Two young men pleaded guilty Thursday to breaking into an occupied house while the residents were sleeping last summer.