Faith Community Christian School Administrator Kim Borgenson wants to inspire kids to read so much she is willing to brave the harsh November weather in order to do it. On Sunday and Monday, Borgenson was camped out in the school parking lot in order to promote National Young Readers Week.
Tri County’s girls golf team not only was starting out in a new conference, but was also starting out with somewhat of a new team. “We had 10 new girls this year,” noted coach Roxanne Faber. “With such a new beginner team, you’re starting from ground zero, and making a lot of improvements and that’s what we did.”
Greenville’s soccer team ushered in a new coach this season, hoping to improve on 2013. The Yellow Jackets did just that this season, going from three wins to a 9-8 record overall and 5-5 in the O-K Bronze Conference.
A Stanton man was injured in a car-tree accident Wednesday afternoon in Crystal.
Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident on North Shore Drive near Norwest Tack around 1:39 p.m.
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She is described as honest and fun and outgoing and fun and loyal and fun and hard-working and fun, yet Gisela Peek mostly showed humbleness. Peek, 70, was honored Tuesday night as the Women’s Action Network’s Woman of the Year at a celebration at the Stanley and Blanche Ash Technology and Learning Center in Greenville.
A woman was killed in a crash late Wednesday morning when her car crossed the center line.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department responded to the accident on Honey Creek Avenue north of 4 Mile Road NE around 11:25 a.m.
The Lakeview Wildcats were playing in its first regional volleyball game in 23 years. The Grand Rapids South Christian Sailors were the Class B state runner-up in 2013 and are annual state champion contenders. On Tuesday night, the experience prevailed for the Sailors as they swept the Wildcats 25-15, 25-13, 25-9 to advance to the regional final Thursday against Lake Odessa Lakewood.
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Conflict over the absence of Village Superintendent Doug Lane and Assistant Village Superintendent Ed Lingeman marred Tuesday evening’s meeting of the Sheridan Village Council.