The trail connecting two Carson City parks will be finished shortly after Labor Day. City Administrator Mark Borden told Carson City Council members Tuesday that the connector trails have already been marked out. “The new trails will be finished in 2 ½ weeks,” Borden said.
Logan Perkins would have only received a speeding ticket had he stopped for a Montcalm County Sheriff’s officer Tuesday night. Instead, he allegedly fled, wreaking havoc in the quiet village of McBride, and is now facing a felony charge.
A 12-year-old girl was treated for minor road rash Wednesday evening after her quad crashed into a car. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a car versus quad accident on E. Pakes Road at about 5:50 p.m.
Black Field was home to Greenville High School football for many decades. And now Legacy Field will be home to those same high school football games for many decades to come. The two fields, though, are no doubt linked forever in more ways than one.
This year’s Danish Festival was a lot of fun for Lis Jensen and Vicki Angelika Thygesen Jensen, both of whom were visiting our city from Denmark. But according to Lis, the celebration didn’t exactly mirror the typical Danish lifestyle.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety will have a new police cruiser on patrol. During Tuesday night’s regular meeting, the Greenville City Council approved the purchase of the new cruiser.
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Cross country season is officially underway after four local teams ran in the Early Season Warrior Invitational Tuesday at Chippewa Hills High School. Central Moncalm, Greenville, Lakeview and Montabella each participated in the event.
When you hear, “back to school” do you envision dollar signs streaming out of your wallet? Does the excited shine in your child’s eye as they anticipate the day after Labor Day mean shopping for school clothes, paying sports team fees, purchasing school supplies, fundraisers for activities and buying shoes, shoes and more shoes? It makes you wonder how you can afford groceries and gas this month.
Monday started a new legacy that was handed down from a community, which began in 1912 at the old Greenville Central Intermediate School with a clock. Greenville Public Schools Superintendent Pete Haines commenced the dedication of the 100-year-old clock by reversing the revolutions of the clocks hands with his words.