As the summer driving season heats up, there has been much recent debate concerning the new law which allows Michigan motorcyclists to go helmetless under certain conditions. Opponents have labeled it as a bad idea which will cost all Michigan taxpayers in the long run, while proponents contend that the old law was an infringement of personal freedom.
Members of the Belding Area Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to approve a 2012-2013 budget resolution for the district’s general fund and food service. According to Finance Director Adrienne Barna, the projected expenditures in next year’s budget total $17,705,633 with $16,940,660 in revenues, leaving a deficit of next year’s budget at approximately $764,973.
June 2 results CRYSTAL TOWNSHIP — Saturday night at Crystal Motor Speedway was a cool spring evening that followed a very damp afternoon, but the track was able to duck showers that went to either side of it. A field of 138 cars were on hand to race with the event sponsored by the Six Lakes [...]
Montcalm County Sheriff’s officials are investigating a smash and grab break-in at a local business. A burglar broke into Burning Scent-Sations at 8899 E. Peck Road the night of June 1 or the morning of June 2. Grainy black and white video footage shows a masked burglar busting through a window, smashing glass display cases and stuffing items into a backpack — all in less than one minute.
A brief report from the May 15 Spencer Township board meeting.
A brief report from the June 11 Eureka Township Board meeting.
A Howard City-area home burned to the ground Monday morning after a lightning strike from a thunderstorm hit the residence. According to Howard City Fire Chief Randy Heckman, it is believed a work ladder leading up to the roof of the home helped attract the lightning strike, which occurred around 10 a.m. at 10815 Maple Hill Road north of M-46.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The Greenville and Stanton communities are mourning the loss of a young man. Bruce “Tal” Bretzke III, 17, died unexpectedly Saturday night or Sunday morning at his home in Stanton. He was the son of Bruce and Kelly Bretzke.
Read the meeting minutes for the Crystal Township Board.