A 2-year-old Greenville girl is in critical condition after suffering a closed-head injury. On Sunday, Montcalm County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Greenville Department of Public Safety were dispatched to the 300 block of W. Grove Street after receiving a call that a 2-year-old child was unresponsive.
The conversation threatened to spiral out of control during the question-and-answer period of a contentious seminar on hydraulic fracturing Monday evening at Rockford High School. More than 100 area residents turned out to hear from author Maryann Lesert, who extensively studied the topic while doing research for an upcoming novel.
A convicted sex offender and alleged armed robber is headed to trial on methamphetamine charges. Stephen Matthews II, 27, of Greenville, appeared in 64B District Court in Stanton for a preliminary examination Tuesday afternoon. After hearing testimony, Judge Donald Hemingsen bound Matthews over to 8th Judicial Circuit Court on a felony charge of operating/maintaing a meth lab. A trial will be scheduled at a later date.
For more than 20 years, members of the Stanton Lions Club could be spotted each winter in various locations throughout town; buckets, spigots and hammers in hand, tapping the city’s abundant maple trees for their sap. Every spring, that sap would be boiled down and reduced into some of the finest maple syrup you’ve ever tasted. The sale of that syrup went to fund Lions Club projects throughout the year.
Funeral Notices for Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Belding Redskins baseball team is ready to begin the season. They just need the weather to cooperate. Following a season with a near .500 record (16-17-1), the Redskins return eight letterwinners and plenty of expectations
Donald Beach’s neighbors have had enough. Carolyn Tubbs and Mary Vusich appeared at Monday’s Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting to see if there is anything the county government can do to help them.
A controversial bill that died before appearing before the state House of Representatives or state Senate in December has emerged with new life after passing before the House last Thursday. The establishment of the Education Achievement Authority (EAA), which is defined in House Bill 4269, was approved by the House in a narrow 57-53 vote. The bill must pass in the Senate and be signed by Gov. Rick Snyder in order to become a law.
Members of the Belding City Council officially accepted a city manager contract with Margaret “Meg” Mullendore on Monday evening at the Pere Marquette Depot in Belding. In a unanimous vote, council members approved the two-year contract at the special meeting.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for March 26, 2013