Keeping area food pantries well stocked can present a challenge with rising food and gas prices, but local hunters and meat processors come together to help feed families. Two area deer processors discuss how they and hunters help put dinner on the table.
As the number of deer hunters and licenses issued throughout Michigan continues to decline, outdoor advocates in Montcalm and Ionia counties are attempting to buck that trend.
The crime was abhorrent, unspeakably violent. The sort of thing that happens to somebody else, is written up in the papers and splashed across network news feeds, and is then promptly forgotten by most in favor of the “next big story.”
For the victim, however, forgetting is not an option.
In Michigan, there is a long tradition — some even call it a rite of passage — that many youngsters learn each year. All the modern technology in the world cannot compare to the feeling, the smell, the sound of the crisp outdoors and the rush one gets the moment a deer comes into sight.
What do you do when you can’t find a business service you need? Bill Simpson Jr. decided to start his own.
Funeral notices for Saturday, September 28, 2013
Dr. Joyce London was patiently seated at the Winter Inn restaurant Thursday evening as she waited to congratulate and honor a friend during the presentation of the 2014 Fred and Lena Meijer Spirit of Caring award.
Greenville started strong and they finished even stronger. The Yellow Jackets volleyball team remained undefeated in the O-K Bronze with a convincing 25-21, 25-14, 19-25, 25-15 win over Forest Hills Eastern on Thursday night at North Gym.
A trip to the Secretary of State office is made for a variety of reasons — renewing one’s license, purchasing a new license plate, or registering to vote. But on Thursday, one visitor made a trip to the local Greenville office simply to say thank you to the employees working behind the desk.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Sept. 27, 2013