If work hours have prevented citizens of Belding from making trips to city hall after the doors open and before they close for the day, a change in days and hours may have opened a new door for citizens to find time to now squeeze in a visit.
City residents will see an increase on their water and sewer bills due to the result of decreased revenue.
During Tuesday’s meeting, the city council approved a 5 percent rate increase for water and a 10 percent rate increase for sewer.
Until a decade ago, former Montcalm County resident Monte Ball didn’t know about the letters his father had written home during his time fighting in World War II. Penned to family back home between April of 1941 and June of 1945, Elvin Ball’s letters provide a window into the life of a soldier serving during “The Big One.”
The Fighting Falcon Military Museum in Greenville will soon have more usable space to use for storage and more.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, July 18, 2013
A 20-year old Ada man was killed Wednesday morning after his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck.
Here in Montcalm County — and, no doubt, many other small communities around the state — we’re hyper aware of the importance of shopping locally and keeping our money close to home. Not only does this philosophy help our unique mix of retailers and businesses thrive, but it also makes our area more attractive to potential new businesses and folks considering moving here. Not to mention that those of us who live in the area have more options for shopping, services and jobs from a healthy mix of retailers, restaurants and other businesses.
Dorothy “Dotti” Rackliffe was a clown. She also was an artist, mother, golfer, world traveler, skier, a woman of deeply held convictions. But these descriptions only skim the surface of a life that was fathoms deep, a life that touched all who encountered it.
A Langston woman who was believed to be missing was located in her own home this afternoon.
Last week we discussed briefly legislation that has passed both the House and Senate that would allow the state superintendent and the state treasurer to dissolve certain school districts if they are not “financially viable” and are unable to educate students. I want to explore this further this week to help those interested in contacting their legislators. As I often do, I am using information provided by the Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB).