Tiffany Carr of Grand Rapids Home for Veterans accepts a $368 check from Preferred Federal Credit Union Manager and CEO Andy Kempf as part of a fundraiser the credit union held for Veterans Day, selling $1 flag pin-ups to their clients. The flags were also given to the veterans facility.
oshua Gibbs has been promoted to president at Commercial Bank’s Greenville branch. Gibbs is a Greenville native and Greenville High School graduate. He is also a graduate of Kalamazoo College and earned his MBA at Central Michigan University. He has completed extensive training through the MBA, SBA and MACB in the field of commercial lending, cash flow analysis and documentation.
Carson City Hospital (CCH) received a few awards from Michigan Center for Rural Health during the 12th annual Critical Access Hospital Conference in Gaylord Oct. 27.
Daily News funeral notices for Nov. 25, 2011.
While we have but a few days left in the regular firearms deer season, other hunting will be taking the spotlight.
I want to express my appreciation and thanks to all those who donated to the Sheridan VFW Auxiliary’s Food Pantry in memory of my wife, Dolores Halvorsen.
You have been asking for suggestions to name your new football field. I would like to suggest you give it the name of Ty Hallock.
I’m a leftovers girl, culinarily speaking. And today is my all-time favorite for feeding this appetite. After all, the day after Thanksgiving I can make a mayo-turkey-cranberry sandwich. And it doesn’t get much better than that.
This letter is agreeable with Kenneth Stoll. It’s pitiful that Greenville schools can get brand new football fields, have the big festivals and can’t have yard sale signs out for fear of letting their town look trashy.
On Thursday, Belding resident George Miller will sit down with his family to enjoy another Thanksgiving feast — just as his forefather Francis Cooke did 390 years ago at the very first Thanksgiving. Dating back 12 generations, George discovered just more than 16 years ago that his bloodline arrived in America at Plymouth, Mass., aboard the Mayflower in 1620.