Greenville High School has long and rich athletic history. Tonight, 10 inductees, ranging from individuals to teams will be inducted in the inaugural class of the Greenville High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Together they will represent some of the finest athletes, coaches and contributors in Greenville history. The induction ceremony will take place during halftime of tonight’s football game between the Yellow Jackets and Middleville Thornapple Kellogg at Legacy Field.
Greenville’s volleyball team played their first match ever in the O-K Bronze Conference Thursday and it didn’t turn out the way they wanted. The Yellow Jackets were swept in three games by Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern 25-21, 25-16, 25-18.
Ladies, call your girlfriends, hire a sitter, lock your husbands up and head out for the first Stanton Ladies Expo on Sept. 15.
Sisters Jesica and Milessa Scott, of Greenville and Stanton, respectively, have come together to organize the debut event as a way to showcase area businesses and raise funds for a worthy cause as well.
After a big win against Traverse City Christian last Thursday, one would think the Carson City-Crystal Eagles would be sky-high about it. Not so, said coach Jason Gray. The Eagles are more focused on themselves as they get ready for a home game against Big Rapids Crossroads Charter Academy on Friday.
A hot and humid day did not stop the Belding Redskins boys cross country team from a very good day. The boys team placed first on Wednesday in the first O-K Blue Conference meet of the year at Riverside Park. The girls team finished in fourth place, but not far behind the third place and host Panthers.
After two and a half years of evaluating land, applying for a grant through the Department of Natural Resource and signing many forms of paperwork, Lightning Bend Nature Preserve in Belding just got a lot bigger. An additional 38 acres of land has been added to the city nature preserve after Gerard Geelhoed of Grand Rapids decided he wanted to donate his land to the city of Belding after purchasing it more than 20 years ago as an investment.
Of five American students chosen as recipient of the Founder’s Scholarship through Council for Education Travel U.S.A. (CETUSA), two of them are from Montcalm County. CETUSA is a global exchange program designed to help people from different cultures develop compassion and understanding for others, according to cetusa.org.
Pearl Bartolo has been a familiar face at the United States Post Office in Greenville for more than 32 years. Customers have until Friday to bid farewell to Bartolo, who is retiring as a sales and service retail associate.
A Greenville Department of Public Safety officer received an honor and promotion at the Greenville City Council meeting Tuesday night. Josh McConkie was presented with a promotion to sergeant by Greenville Department of Public Safety Director Mike Pousak.
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