EUREKA TOWNSHIP — As part of its settlement over a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit with the city of Greenville, the Eureka Township Board approved a revised and more extensive policy Monday night for responding to public information requests.
Belding resident and Vietnam War veteran Denny Craycraft smiles as he welcomes visitors to Belding Veterans Park for a Veterans Day ceremony Monday evening.
LAKEVIEW — Members of the Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education voted Monday to outfit six classrooms with technology for a pilot program involving laptops, projection equipment, tablets, and possibly student-owned electronic devices.
Belding’s volleyball team has a long road ahead of them –— literally. The Redskins will have a long trip to travel to Pinconning today to play in the Class B regionals. Pinconning, for those who haven’t looked it up on a map, is north of Bay City on the other side of the state.
Funeral notices for Tuesday, November 12, 2013
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles could only hold off the Pewamo-Westphalia Pirates for so long. The Pirates (ranked fifth in Division 7) scored two second half touchdowns, while holding the Eagles (ranked eighth in Division 7) scoreless in a 20-14 comeback win on Friday night to win their third consecutive district championship.
Belding’s football team came close to pulling an upset against Comstock Park in the Division 4 regionals Friday night. Instead the Redskins had their season end at the hands of the Panthers 35-17.
Only scarce details remain about the life of a Carson City-area Civil War veteran. Abraham Boyer was born Sept. 19, 1831. He was married twice — once to Elizabeth Shell and later to Harriett Granger. He had two children, Charles and Nancy. When he was 31 years old, he enlisted with the Grand Army of the Republic with the 5th Ohio Calvalry Company E from June 19, 1863, until he was discharged on Feb. 15, 1864.
SHERIDAN — One by one they stood. Ever so slowly, yet proudly, as 17 names were called, these men, the youngest in his 80s and the oldest 96 years old, stood to be recognized. These men, a small and quickly decreasing number, are the World War II veterans who were given accolades at the [...]
Today is Veteran’s Day, a day in which we pause to recognize our fellow citizens who have served in our armed forces and who have sacrificed part of their lives — in too many instances, life itself — to make life for the rest of us more secure.