Santa Claus is coming to town — including just about each and every town in Montcalm County and surrounding areas. Many local Christmas-themed events will be taking place in December. All festivities are community-oriented and free.
Unique artwork will be featured during Montcalm Community College’s annual Holiday Time Art Show and Sale this week. The event features an open house and an artwork sale in the Instruction North Building Art Gallery on the college’s Sidney campus. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
GREENVILLE — By the time the fourth quarter began the Greenville Yellow Jackets found themselves trailing by five points. It was also the time they settled down.
Greenville seniors Katie Dunham and Mackenzy Nichols hit shot after shot in the fourth quarter to lead the Yellow Jackets to a season opening victory over the Cedar Springs Red Hawks 40-33.
Debrah Tubergen remembers May 22, 1946, like it was yesterday. The little girl heard and watched fire trucks race down Lafayette Street as Meijer’s Thrift Market was destroyed in a fire in downtown Greenville.
STANTON — It took Carson City-Crystal’s girls basketball team until mid-January to get their first win last season.
The Eagles needed just one to get their first win this season, as they beat the Central Montcalm Green Hornets 41-28 Tuesday night.
The parent company of United Solar Ovonic has a new chief executive at the helm. Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (ECD) announced Julian Hawkins accepted the position of president and chief executive officer. He will begin his new job on Dec. 5.
Patients waiting to see a doctor at Montcalm Area Health Center may be hundreds of miles from the halls of the U.S. Congress, but how lawmakers decide the future of federal health care spending will likely have an immediate impact on their future. Congress is tasked with the monumental goal of finding over a trillion dollars in deficit reduction.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Nov. 30, 2011.
Montcalm County residents are set to vote on a $1.5 million proposal to maintain and increase sheriff’s patrol coverage throughout the county, including in the city of Greenville. The Greenville Department of Public Safety and the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department are the only law enforcement agencies providing round-the-clock patrols in Montcalm County.
Voters will decide how much coverage they want from the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department. The County Board of Commissioners voted 7-1 on Monday to bring a $1.5 million proposal to the people to maintain and increase sheriff’s coverage for the next five years.