The United States is fighting terrorism — one snow cone at a time. Montcalm County recently received a $900 Arctic Blast Sno-Cone machine.
A saying goes: If you’re sitting still, then you’re falling behind. Our communities collectively could sit back and watch things happen. But the world is always changing. We need to not only keep up with that change but find ways to get ahead of it.
When I was a kid, I loved to read fairy tales. In some there would be giants and in my mind I saw them as huge, tall, great big creatures — inhuman. Now I am grown up and I know what giants are really like.
They can be short, slender, normal looking and maybe even walking with a walker. In my adult eyes, Fred Meijer was a giant in every good sense of the word.
Four candidates out of seven that applied will be interviewed to become the next Montcalm County treasurer. County Clerk Kristen Millard, County Prosecutor Andrea Krause and Probate Judge Charles Simon III met Thursday to review applications.
A Crystal man was sentenced to jail time Thursday after attempting to elude police while drunk on his motorcycle last summer. Brice Hillard, 29, was sentenced in 8th Judicial Circuit Court to six months in the Montcalm County Jail and three years probation, plus fines and costs.
Recently, questions have been raised about the snowmobile barriers which are put in place on the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail during the winter season.
Have you ever been drawn to a place so strongly that it feels like you were meant to be there? Like it was home? Maybe it holds sentimental memories. Or maybe it’s just a place that calms your soul.
The Daily News headline read “Outman Wrestling With Charter School Increase.” Not surprising, because any issue relative to the funding of schools these days brings influential, well-funded, and special interests into play. There is no simple answer.
Eight-year-old Blake Hulliberger is helping other children like him with $10,000 he won by placing sixth in the Pepsi Refresh Contest. Hulliberger, of Greenville, was diagnosed with leukemia in 2009 and relapsed in September. That didn’t stop him from entering a contest and winning $10,000 to collect snacks and “poke prizes.”
An Edmore-area mobile home park is in worse condition today than it when it was condemned five months ago. Cleaning it up may be more difficult now that the owner of Edmore Estates is facing prison time for an unrelated case.