The first Mid-State Activities Conference South Division game between Carson City-Crystal and Vestaburg has taken on added significance. The game was originally designated by the Eagles and Wolverines as the “Salute Our Soldiers” game, with a large number of activities surrounding Friday’s game.
Greenville 2nd at jamboree: The Yellow Jackets shot a team score of 191 at the O-K Bronze jamboree Wednesday at Egypt Valley Country Club…
The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office will likely take the biggest hit in the 2012-2013 county budget. The proposed budget will posted online at montcalm.org today or Friday for the public to review before the final vote by the Board of Commissioners on Sept. 24.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012
“Hero” was heard throughout the night as word spread of how an elderly couple was rescued from a fully involved house fire. The Greenville Department of Public Safety was dispatched to the home of Vern and Peggy Wheeler at 10325 Stakes Road in Eureka Township at about 7:45 p.m. Wednesday after neighbors saw smoke and fire coming from the home and called 911.
The Friends of the Maple River bi-monthly meeting on Sept. 19 will be a wetlands development field tour on a farm in southeast Montcalm County. Donald Cooper, who will soon retire as Montcalm County drain commissioner, has a farm at 11260 South Crystal Road in the Hubbardston area. He has developed and/or restored three separate wetland units on his farm and wants to share his ideas and thoughts on how a landowner can restore or develop wetlands, and the importance of wetlands in good land management.
A large number of firearms were stolen from GoldStar Outdoors on Wednesday night. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the business at 444 W. Howard City-Edmore Road (M-46) at about 10:24 p.m. They discovered the rear door of the building had been forced open and a “large number” of firearms had been stolen.
Montcalm Community College (MCC) amended its optional retirement plan as the recent changes to state retirement system eliminated the need for ORP. During Tuesday’s MCC Board of Trustees meeting, James D. Lantz, vice president for administrative services, presented to the board the amendment.
The Sheridan Village Council approved a bid for some badly needed repairs on a four-block stretch of Sherman Street at its meeting Tuesday evening. The vote to award the contract to Lakeview-based paving company Taylor Asphalt Paving was unanimous. According to Village Superintendent Doug Lane, Taylor not only came in with a bid substantially below the other two bidders, but the contractor comes highly recommended by neighboring communities.
Mid-Michigan District Health Department (MMDHD) officials reminds residents that the flu season is once again upon us and that it’s better to “Get a shot and not the flu!”