Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, May 14, 2012
A black bear that entered the city limits of Greenville Sunday night has safely traveled back outside the city and into a wooded area away from local residents. Around 7:30 p.m. a black bear was spotted in the front yard of a home on Sixth Street near Coffren Street. The bear managed to climb up a tree, attracting many residents who gathered around to watch the rare sighting as the Greenville Department of Public Safety set up a perimeter around the bear.
Carson City-Crystal’s softball team may have a record below .500, but the teams they’ve played in their last two tournaments think the Eagles are really good. The Eagles won their own softball tournament Saturday, as they beat St. Louis 9-7 in nine innings and Central Montcalm 10-4.
Depending upon your fishing location in the state, you may find that some flies are early, on time, or even late. Of course, I make reference to Mayflies and caddisflies, which emerge over the trout streams or lakes about this time of year.
Greenville Public Schools is looking to hire early elementary teachers to cut down on class size. The three to five additional teachers will allow the school’s staff to meet the needs of the students, according to Kori Crawford of the school’s Human Resources Department.
Belding’s track teams were the host for the O-K Blue Conference track meet Friday, but the stars were Sparta and Cedar Springs. The Spartans were the top boys team in the conference while the Red Hawk girls were tops on their side.
It was an impressive performance for the Greenville Yellow Jackets girls track team on Friday night at Lowell High School. In addition to winning their first conference title since 1992 (the Seaway Conference) the Yellow Jackets had eight individuals earn all-conference honors.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, May 12, 2012.
Efforts to build an addition to the Crystal Township Fire Department barn on Smith Street can finally make some headway – as long as township voters allow it to happen.
The lone applicant for the position of Crystal Township Wastewater Facility administrator has officially been handed the job. Scott Brundage was unanimously hired by the Crystal Township Board at Wednesday night’s meeting.