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Central downed twice: The Green Hornets lost both games of a doubleheader Tuesday to Holton, as the Red Devils mercied Central 10-0 in five innings and won the second 2-1…
It was just a matter of time before Landon Kemp set the Greenville High School girls pole vault record. The freshman, who has been pole vaulting since fifth grade, set the school record on April 26 at the Fulton Invitational with a vault of 11-7. The vault broke the previous record of 11-6 set by Audrey Wyse in 2013.
Police will be roaming the halls of Sand Lake Elementary School today after a written bomb threat was found there Wednesday night.
According to Tri County Area Schools Superintendent Al Cumings, a school employee found the threatening message written on a wall in the boys’ restroom around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.
For the first time in 10 years, the city of Belding will not be operating with a deficit budget. At Tuesday evening’s Belding City Council meeting, council members voted unanimously 5-0 to approve the tentative fiscal year 2014/2015 city budget.
Voters across the county came out more than two to one in favor of continued funding for the Montcalm County Commission on Aging in Tuesday’s election. The commission’s request for a continuation of the previously-approved .45 millage was overwhelmingly approved, with 3,659 “yes” votes to 1,636 “no” votes, or 69 percent to 30 percent.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Lakeview, Reed City split: The Wildcats lost the first game to the Coyotes 4-0, but came back in the second game for a 12-2, five-inning mercy…
Belding’s boys golf team came oh-so-close to beating Comstock Park. The Redskins shot a team score of 171 at the O-K Blue Conference jamboree they hosted Monday at Candlestone Golf and Resort. That was just two strokes short of the Panthers, who carded a team score of 169.
A Montcalm County Central Dispatch 911 surcharge renewal on the ballot passed easily Tuesday. The surcharge was approved with 3,890 “yes” votes to 1,422 “no” votes, or 73 percent to 27 percent.