An early morning altercation today between a male suspect and a Belding police officer led to a shootout between the man and two police officers, resulting in the man’s death.
Central Montcalm Public School may follow in the steps of neighboring Lakeview Community Schools by hiring a police officer for the district in conjunction with the city of Stanton.
Funeral notices for Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013
The Belding Redskins nailed 10 three-pointers on Friday night. It was the final one that sealed the game. Trailing 46-41 to start the fourth quarter, Belding’s Brendan Zuver started the comeback with five consecutive points, while Kole Hart finished the comeback with a three-pointer with just seven seconds remaining.
Basketball games can be won and lost at the free throw line. On Friday night, it was free throws that allowed the Belding Redskins to notch their sixth victory of the season.
Fulton 52, CC-Crystal 40: The Eagles lost their third straight game on Friday at home against the Pirates. Fulton outscored the Eagles 16-10 in the final quarter for the win. Mitchell Schneider led CC-Crystal with 13 points…
There was some optimism early this week that the nonsense called the NHL lockout would be coming to the end. After all, the NHL owners actually submitted a proposal, which included some amendments from previous “going through the motion” offers. That was late last week.
The new interim supervisor for Eureka Township officially took over the position on Tuesday. At the Dec. 10 township board meeting, newly re-elected Supervisor Laura Shears told the board she was taking a leave of absence and recommended appointing Rod Roy to take her place.
After one month of investigating the Handy Market robbery in Greenville, there are still no suspects in the case.
After months of deliberation during several Belding Planning Commission meetings, it appears the subject on the keeping of urban chickens within city limits is over. Belding City Council members voted down an ordinance amendment Wednesday evening that would have allowed chickens in residentially zoned districts. In a 4-1 vote against the amendment, with Councilman Joe Feuerstein voting in favor, the keeping of chickens in Belding will continue to be illegal within city limits.