What started as an effort to get more involved in her daughter’s school has morphed into a full-time passion for Ann Harvey, president of the Baldwin Heights Elementary Parent Teacher Organization.
Officials in the village of Lakeview are looking into the process of refinancing old water and sewer debt dating back to the 1980s. The village currently owes $1.19 million in debt that was taken out in the late 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s to construct new lift stations, delivery mains and wastewater treatment plant improvements.
Lakeview’s girls basketball team continued their impressive roll Monday night. The Wildcats picked up their 13th straight win by beating the Chippewa Hills Warriors 52-31 in Remus.
Vestaburg 68, Evart 57: The Wolverines picked up a non-conference win over the Wildcats Monday night thanks to the second straight 20-point performance from DeWayne McKinney. He also had 10 rebounds…
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The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a 20-year-old Crystal man for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.
Illuminated by the bluish glow of a computer screen, the sharp eyes of 30-year veteran dispatcher Jan Jourdan dart from one monitor to the next, locating nearest personnel, directing services and gathering information from the caller, all while keeping an almost eery calm.
With Mother Nature’s winter tirade in full effect, the Greenville area has been impacted over the last few weeks with large amounts of snowfall, bitter cold temperatures and wind chills so extreme that just opening your front door to get your newspaper or checking your mailbox is highly unpleasant.
Belding’s wrestling team had nine of the 14 wrestlers it entered into the O-K Blue Conference wrestling championships place. Despite having only three conference champions, that was good enough for coach Travis Meyer.
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