Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Jan. 9, 2017
Coming into the girls basketball season, Montabella coach Terry Larsen knew Madi Cutler would be the team’s dominating force. But what she accomplished against Beal City on Tuesday night still took Larsen by surprise. In Montabella’s 49-27 win over Beal City, the senior point guard’s statistic line looked straight out of a Playstation video game — 10 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals.
A Montcalm County commissioner is questioning why the county’s Brownfield Authority hasn’t met in nearly two years, but the authority’s chairman says there’s simply been no reason to meet.
When Bostwick Bakery opened Wednesday, they were expecting a slow start. But a few Facebook posts the night before and the morning of the opening was all the new bakery needed to get a steady flow of business.
BELDING — The game between the Wyoming Lee Rebels and the Belding Redskins was pretty well decided by the third quarter, but the intensity and high emotions continued throughout the game Friday. The Rebels stayed undefeated (6-0 overall, 1-0 OK-Silver) with a decisive 74-46 win against Belding (2-5, 0-1). The conference win was the [...]
During Shay Gallagher’s interview for Lakeview village manager, he told the Village Council he planned to hit the ground running. Since accepting the position and starting the job less than one month ago, that’s exactly what he has done.
The city of Belding was issued a clean audit report. Peter Haefner, a partner with Grand Rapids-based accounting firm Vredeveld Haefner, gave a presentation on the city’s audit report for fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, during Tuesday’s Belding City Council meeting.
A new hardware and building materials retail store is coming to town.
Motorists have surely noticed a new building being constructed at 306 Maplewood St., directly in front of the Jacket Lanes bowling alley along M-57 on the west side of Greenville.
Animals, conservation, 4-H, parks and veterans.
These five topics may not share the same audience or interest in Montcalm County, but they all have one common need: Funding.
Following the hiring of Thomas Siver in December 2016 to handle city prosecution services, the Greenville City Council has now authorized for the future use of additional legal counsel this new year.
During Tuesday evening’s meeting, the City Council voted unanimously to approve a proposed list of special and general legal counsel, as well as to authorize City Manager George Bosanic to use the attorneys at his discretion.