The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education unanimously approved a contract for a new superintendent. During Monday’s regular meeting, the board voted 7-0 to approve a two-year contract with an annual salary of $115,000 for Kristi Teall, who will start on July 1, following the retirement of the current superintendent, Jake Helms.
About 2,500 customers were without power in the Greenville area Saturday morning. According to Consumers Energy spokesman, Tim Pietryga, the outage was due to a raccoon that climbed into a substation on Peck Road.
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Roger Klock, 21, was arraigned at the 64B District Court in Stanton on Monday in connection with a break-in that occurred on Nov. 1 at Randy Merren Auto Sales in Greenville. Klock was developed as suspect by the Montcalm County Sheriff’s detectives after an analysis of trace evidence that was collected at the scene.
The Vestaburg Wolverines softball team is undefeated for a reason. The Wolverines are a talented, hard hitting team with great pitching and defense. They displayed their talent during a 17-2 and 8-1 doubleheader sweep over the Central Montcalm Green Hornets on Monday night.
The Montabella Mustangs softball team started slow and finished strong against the Coleman Comets on Monday night. The Mustangs were mercied in game one 12-1 in five innings and won the second game 6-4 in Mid-State Activities Conference play.
Only minor damage to a trailer was left after a nearby wooded area caught fire Monday evening. Stanton Community Fire Department responded to a structure fire just at 7 p.m., Monday.
Last week marked the passing of one of Montcalm County’s most devoted citizens. County Commissioner Carl Paepke, 86, died Wednesday. He was a real-life example of a public servant. Paepke was a World War II veteran, when he earned a Bronze Star while serving in Europe.
By Sue Ellen Pabst Transitions Counseling Services “Snap out of it.” “Get busy.” “Quit feeling sorry for yourself.” “A lot of people are worse off than you.” Depression sufferers often hear such messages and occasionally even apply them to themselves. When they can’t get motivated, their depression thickens. All of us will experience depression at [...]
Getting spoiled and taking time to relax is what Candice Smith was looking forward to after winning a makeover drawing at the Taste of Home Cooking School event in Greenville last month. While attending the event with her sister, Smith signed up to receive a new subscription for The Daily News, which entered her into a drawing to win a makeover package from Thomas and Company hair salon in Greenville.