In preparation for the June 1 Tri Greenville triathlon, the City Council approved certain street closures and temporary no-parking areas for the day of the event. During its meeting on Tuesday, the council reviewed plans by the triathlon’s committee to ensure safety for participants and volunteers during the triathlon on June 1.
Shivering in the freezing, crisp morning air, with a blanket wrapped tightly around his body and wearing a bright green hat, the one item he was able to recover from his home, Scotty Foote closed his eyes and listened as gun shells continued to pop and echo throughout the surrounding woods as the fire that had just destroyed his home burned away at the last remaining ammunition shells from his room closet.
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The Lakeview Wildcats girls basketball team did not allow a slow start to alter its game plan. The game plan, as it has been most of the season, is to play solid defense. The defense did its job, now the Wildcats just need the offense to fall in line.
Montabella 49, Farwell 31: The Mustangs got a triple-double from Taylor Smith, as she scored 12 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and dished out 10 assists in a win over the Eagles Tuesday night…
Scott Brauher, with his arms weighing heavy on the side of his green Ford pickup truck, stood in disbelief Tuesday afternoon watching helplessly as firefighters continued to extinguish the blaze that had just consumed and destroyed his Vestaburg area home.
Most special needs educators would love to be able to say, “This is how you teach a student with autism.” But they can’t. The best a teacher can do is say, “This is how I teach THIS student with autism.” And even that may vary from day to day, depending on more factors than most people would want to keep track of on a daily basis.
I grew up thinking it was acceptable and maybe even expected for me to drink alcohol before it was legal to do so. “Teenagers will be teenagers.” I grew up thinking it was normal that my dad, who went to work every day, would end most of his days at the little bar down the road having drinks with his friends. I didn’t question it when my mother’s doctor suggested she relax during her pregnancies with my younger siblings by regularly having a little wine.
How many volunteers does it take to serve breakfast on a farm? When you’re planning to feed over 2,000 visitors, it turns out it takes quite a few. It also takes a great deal of advance planning, cooperation and a bit of money. All those factors began to come together Monday evening at the Douglass Township Hall in Entrican, where Michigan State Extension Officer Nancy Thelen presented the first in a series of meetings that will end with this year’s area Breakfast on the Farm event.
Jesse Kent first rosined a bow and set it to fiddle strings when he was only seven years old. From the moment he coaxed that elusive, squawking first note from his violin, Jesse knew what it was he wanted to do with his life. Now a ninth-grade student at Lakeview High School, Coral resident Jesse continues to make the fiddle the focal point of his life. He performs with local band Bluegrass Echoes, does occasional solo performances or duets with his mother, mandolin player Kristin Kent, and is a frequent performer with Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp’s International Youth Symphony Orchestra.