The Sheridan Community Fire Department is organizing a fire and burn safety prevention program for local children. More than 260 children ages 5 to 12 will receive educational fire prevention materials created and geared toward each age level, according to Fire Chief Doug Lane.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, April 21, 2012.
The first clue there was a problem was the smell — something was dead, no mistaking it.
A Greenville High School student was transported to the hospital Thursday morning after police discovered he had become ill smoking marijuana laced with incense. Greenville Department of Public Safety officers discovered at 7:45 a.m. that a 15-year-old student had been smoking marijuana laced with either “K2” or “Spice,” which are both synthetic drugs, prior to reporting to school.
Julie Stephens is used to being in the spotlight. After all, she’s been singing in many venues and in front of different audiences since she was 9 years old. However, this Tuesday will be Stephens’ biggest performance yet — singing the national anthem at a Detroit Tigers home game in Comerica Park.
The Belding Redskins and Sparta Spartans are evenly matched on the baseball field. Meeting for the third time in three days, the Spartans pieced together some timely hits while silencing the Redskins’ bats in a 4-2 O-K Blue victory on Thursday night. Sparta starter Michael Flannery pitched a gem. He allowed just one hit in 6 1-3 innings of work and two runs.
Playing without two of their top players the Belding Redskins softball team struggled both at the plate and in the field. The Redskins coming off two victories against the Sparta Spartans on Tuesday lost 7-1 in a single game on Thursday afternoon at Demorest Field in O-K Blue play.
A Greenville man is in custody after a vehicle he allegedly stole in March was located in Sarasota, Fla., earlier this week. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 64-year-old man for obtaining goods under false pretenses and larceny by conversion in connection with taking a vehicle for a test drive from a local car dealership.
The Sheridan Lions Club will host a variety show as its annual fundraising event to help raise money for the club’s philanthropies. The variety show, which is 8 p.m. tonight and Saturday at the Sheridan Community Center, has a western theme for all to enjoy, said Lions Club Secretary Richard Langin.
A Carson City man charged with multiple crimes in four separate cases pleaded guilty Thursday to four charges. Brandon Devers, 28, was charged with arson of personal property and receiving and concealing stolen property (a motor vehicle) in one case, possessing meth, possessing marijuana and fourth-degree fleeing and eluding a police officer in a second case and unlawfully driving away a motor vehicle in two other cases.