A rare occurrence is happening at Greenville High School this year. There are six different sets of siblings that are all running on the Yellow Jacket cross country team.
Greenville Middle School’s eighth-grade football team moved the ball against Tri County Middle School Saturday, but untimely turnovers cost Greenville. The middle school Yellow Jackets lost to the middle school Vikings 30-20 at Black Field, dropping Greenville to 1-2 on the season.
Three ribbon cutting ceremonies are scheduled throughout Montcalm County on Oct. 15 to officially open the completed Fred Meijer Heartland Trail. The first ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m. at the trailhead in Riverdale, followed by the second ceremony at noon at the Vestaburg Depot and the third ceremony at 1 p.m. at the [...]
Dale Hartway started low on the ladder at Greenville Tool & Die (GTD) when he was 18 years old. Fifty-five years later he still works a full day at the shop every day after climbing to the top position.
Drug Free Montcalm (DFM) activists reviewed the past and looked to the future Friday. They also met their new leader.
Today Sharon M. Kent — 11 a.m., Barden Funeral Home, Stanton. Robert Lynn Jr. — 2 p.m., Clear Lake Cemetery, Fenwick. Albert McConkie — 11 a.m., Curtis Building, Edmore. Willis Ordiway — 1 p.m., Brigham Funeral Chapel, Vestaburg. Sunday Dr. Ivan L. Winchel — 2 p.m., BelGreen Seventh-day Adventist Church, Greenville. (Christiansen Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Greenville) [...]
ORLEANS — Students at Threshold Academy received a new flag for their school. The Sheridan VFW donated an American flag to fly over the school. VFW member Terry Dowdell presented the flag at a dedication ceremony last week. All of the students gathered in the gym to hear fifth-grade student Neil Bonoite read a brief [...]
A former Detroit Lions player will be the featured speaker at a mental health event Wednesday.
Some events are back by popular demand at the Greenville Area Community Expo (GRACE), while the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce added new events for people to enjoy.
The new Crystal Community Center is filling up fast. EightCAP’s Head Start program and the Crystal Community Library both are planning to move into the former Crystal Elementary School. However, plans to relocate the Crystal Department of Public Works are on hold for now.