The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education interviewed two more candidates for the district’s superintendent post. Six of seven board members were present to interview Herve Dardis, high school principal at Ostego Public Schools, and Andrew R. Shaw, former superintendent (through April) of Pittsford Area Schools.
Montabella’s softball team will have their third coach in four years next season. Whisper Dawson will take over for Chara Nisonger in 2015. She will be the third coach of the Mustangs in the last four years.
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For the first time since 2011, members of the Belding Area Schools Board of Education will be compensated for their services for the upcoming school year.
With abundant carnival rides spinning and twirling, games galore, and the smell of fried food wafting through the air, the Ionia Free Fair is about as carefree and fun as anyone would expect from one of the world’s largest free-admission fairs.
But if you look just a little further past the colorful fantasy world of summer fun, you’ll find some of the hardest working youths in Ionia County, who spend hours every day caring for their animals as they partake in one of the biggest weeks of their lives.
This village’s DPW supervisor has been fired after a year and a half on the job.
The Hubbardston Village Council had a special closed meeting on Saturday, July 12, and unanimously voted to terminate Steve Schafer from his position, according to Village President Jim Barker.
If you build it, they will come. It worked for Kevin Costner in the film “Field of Dreams,” and by all appearances it’s working for the management of Lakeview Terrace Assisted Living. The recently completed facility officially opened its doors to new residents Wednesday.
Yes, we have a little time before we can hunt either turkey or deer, but it’s actually an excellent time to do some scouting. In either case, the best time to scout is early in the morning or during the evening hours.
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Mark Crawfis has been a member of the Michigan National Guard for almost 30 years, a Carson City firefighter for 15 years and the assistant fire chief for 10 years.
It was only natural that he would be appointed the new fire chief.