Central Montcalm 53, Holton 39: The Green Hornets held the Red Devils to just four points in the first quarter and ran away with the CSAA matchup Saturday…
Hunters will need to decide the issues, but two new deer hunting revisions are now in the works. They include the Lower Peninsula regulations. The proposals will effect the northern Lower Peninsula, or Zone 2, and all of Zone 3 which is the southern part of Michigan. Should the proposals come to fruition, all northern [...]
Firefighters from four area fire departments battled a Sunday fire believed to have started around 10:30 a.m. in the basement of a home at 11491 W. Carson City Road (M-57).
Several vehicles and a garage were destroyed by an early afternoon fire Sunday in Amble. Amble Fire Chief Bill Knapp said the blaze, the cause of which is unknown at this point, caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage to the garage, two vehicles parked next to it, and two boats and multiple four-wheelers parked inside the garage at 11300 N. Paris Road.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls basketball team won a conference title last year for the first time since 1990. On Friday night, the Yellow Jackets took a another step toward winning a second consecutive O-K Bronze title with a 51-40 win over Forest Hills Eastern (9-5, 3-1).
Montabella 67, Coleman 60 (OT): The Mustangs led by six going into the fourth quarter but got outscored by the Comets 23-17 to take Friday night’s game into overtime, where Montabella held Coleman to five points…
Jim Dennis is overwhelmed. He is surrounded by insane people. And he’s loving it. Flooded with emails, phone calls and Facebook comments, Dennis, coordinator of the annual Polar Plunge fundraiser event for Montcalm County, is once again gathering pledges from brave souls who will “take the plunge” into the cold waters of Turk Lake to raise funds for local Special Olympics athletes.
Decades ago, customers of the former Village Hearth would schedule reservations days in advance to assure a seat at the popular restaurant located in the heart of downtown Belding. After going through several owners, new titles, new menus and a period of several years in which the building sat empty, the structure became an empty shell of its former self. But now, Mark Hoople is ready for a resurgence.
Read the funeral notices for Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014.
A comprehensive land photography project is on its way to Montcalm County.