The Jacket Depot at Greenville High School was one of 137 schools nationwide to receive a Gold Level Certification. The store will be recognized during the DECA International Career Development Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
It took the Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education only 10 minutes into its special meeting Sunday to unanimously agree to offer the superintendent position to one of two candidates. It took Kristi Teall only two minutes to accept the offer.
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The Central Montcalm girls softball team is coming off its first ever district title. Despite some key losses, the Hornets expect to be competitive again this season with the return of a solid nucleus.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets boys track team lost twice in non conference action on Monday afternoon at Yellow Jacket Stadium. Kenowa Hills defeated the Yellow Jackets 80-56 and Cedar Springs won 85-52.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls track team opened its season with a pair of non conference wins on Monday at Yellow Jacket Stadium. Greenville defeated Kenowa Hills and Cedar Springs. All three teams ran together and the times were used for two separate scores.
Representatives from North Star Staffing, who are overseeing the search for the new superintendent at Carson City-Crystal Schools, will be on hand for a meeting Thursday to take input from community members. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the high school media center.
The Frontier Days pageant was March 8 at the United Methodist Church in Carson City. Adeline Hummel was crowned queen and Arija Adkins was crowned princess. Allyson Hubbell was named first runner-up to the queen and Haleigh Hubbell was named junior princess.
What a difference a year makes! Given the rain we’ve had this past week, if this was March 2011, we’d be up to our hips in snow! Now it’s the cold we must worry about. Forecasters say tonight could be too cold for budding flora and fruit trees … so take some precautions with precious outdoor plants …
Electricity was surging through the crowded hallways of Greenville High School on Saturday afternoon — the synapses of hundreds of elementary, middle and high school students firing together to solve problems, find answers and create new inroads to learning. But mostly, it was kids having a heck of a great time.