Montcalm Community College faculty, support staff and administrators are pitching in to help balance the college’s budget. The college is facing a nearly $800,000 budget shortfall for the 2011-2012 fiscal year.
Montcalm Community College is moving forward with a $1.1 million plan to save energy on both the Sidney and Greenville campuses. The college received an energy audit from Ameresco earlier this year. The company surveyed all of the energy usage in every college facility and generated a report.
Name of board: Vestaburg Community Schools Meeting date: Dec. 12. Reporting official: Recording Secretary Karen Grover. Actions taken: 1. Approved the agenda as presented. 2. Approved minutes from the regular and special Nov. 14 meetings. 3. Approved paying the bills. 4. Approved the consent agenda, including a 30-day medical leave for high school English teacher [...]
Name of board: Pine Township Board. Meeting date: Dec. 12. Reporting official: Clerk Doris J. Swem. Actions taken: 1. Approved minutes of the November meeting. 2. Accepted the treasurer’s report as presented. 3. Approved reappointing Janet Johnson to serve as Pine Township representative on the Tamarack District Library Board for four years. 4. Approved paying [...]
The deadline to send in applications for projects to be completed by a youth work team has been extended. The deadline was extended to get in more applications from low-income people who need painting or carpentry work done during Flat River II.
When Reed Timmer drives straight toward a tornado, he is after the thrill of the chase and the science of weather.
The vehicle he drives isn’t your average street car. It’s a custom-built armored car, dubbed Dominator 2, armed with the latest weather sensing gadgets.
There will be no baby steps into the O-K Conference boys basketball season this year for the Greenville Yellow Jackets. The Yellow Jackets (3-0) will take a giant leap tonight as they face conference favorite East Grand Rapids (1-0) at home. Not only are the Pioneers a favorite to win the conference, but are considered one of the best in the area and the state.
Carson City-Crystal’s girls basketball team proved last season’s win over Portland St. Patrick was no fluke. The Eagles beat the Shamrocks at home for the second straight time Thursday night, winning 48-32 to extend their season-opening winning streak to six games.
The Crystal Lions Club is proud to be a contributing sponsor of the annual Christmas movie for the Crystal Christmas Celebration.
The church Christmas pageant is an annual event with the same story presented the same way. Frankly, it has gotten to be a little boring. This year, the pageant is anything but boring. It’s the “Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” The Greenville Area Community Center is presenting the classic play this weekend.