The Greenville City Council held a public hearing Tuesday night regarding 68 properties to be rezoned from general industrial to single- and two-family residential (R-2). The public hearing took place after concerns were brought to the Greenville Planning Commission regarding issues homeowners were having with their property being zoned general industrial in the neighborhood near the former Electrolux plant.
The Peterman family’s life was forever changed on Dec. 12, 2008. On that day, Branden Peterman, then 34 years old, was crushed by a tree in a logging accident and immediately paralyzed from the waist down. His wife, Carrie, had just given birth to their third child four days earlier.
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To say the Greenville Yellow Jackets softball were young and inexperienced would not be an exaggeration. Fielding no seniors and just a handful of juniors the Yellow Jackets faced a rebuilding season in 2012. In the end, they finished the season 12-23, but a group of hardworking girls has given coach Tom Hallock a lot optimism for the future.
Lakeview’s soccer team ended up with a 9-7-3 record this season, but there were extenuating circumstances to that. The former district champions were battling the injury bug all season, which made coach Chris Smith have to shuffle players in and out of the lineup.
Baseball isn’t even Brooken Hansen’s favorite sport. But he is good at the game. On Sunday, Hansen became a sectional All-Around Champion for the 2012 Aquifina Pitch, Hit & Run (PHR) competition.
Jeff Wierzbicki doesn’t know much about Belding High School basketball. But he will learn quickly. Wierzbicki was hired as Belding’s varsity head basketball coach on Thursday, and he introduced himself to his players and the media Monday.
To the class of 2012, this is your mission should you choose to accept it: Today more than 20 percent of Americans live in poverty. More than 1 billion people around the world live on less than $1 a day. Today, 22,000 children will die from completely preventable causes, dying quietly in some of the poorest villages on earth, far removed from the scrutiny and the conscience of the world.
It was a windy and sometimes wet occasion at the 40th annual Frontier Days in Carson City this past weekend, but that didn’t stop people from attending and enjoying the local festival, all the way up until a fabulous fireworks show Saturday night. For 5-year-old Corin Medler of Fenwick, the evening fireworks were the moment she had been waiting for.
On Saturday, 23 alumni of Greenville’s class of 1962 took a tour of the current Greenville High School. In September 1959, voters passed a third millage, paving the way for a new Greenville High School. It was more than half a century ago that 145 seniors entered this building on Hillcrest for the first time in September 1961, according to Ann Arbor resident and 1962 graduate Susan Christensen.