Three weeks ago, the city of Belding and Electrolux Inc. came to an agreement on a consent judgement that will, when officially signed by a judge, serve as a guideline when Electrolux begins to decommission the original silk mill building, clock tower and other Gibson buildings at the corner of Bridge and Main streets — the oldest of which have stood since 1903.
Four people were injured in a two-car head-on collision this morning on Sidney Road just west of Johnson Road. Officials were dispatched at 7:11 a.m. to the intersection of Sidney and Johnson roads in response to the two-car accident. Officials were dispatched at 7:11 a.m. to the intersection of Sidney and Johnson roads in response to the two-car accident.
Methamphetamine-related crimes are on the rise in Montcalm County, and law enforcement officials are racing to keep up with the addicts turned criminals. Montcalm County Sheriff Bill Barnwell said his officers have been working closely with the Central Michigan Enforcement Team (CMET) and the Greenville Department of Public Safety in light of an “increase in meth-related incidents within the county, especially in the Greenville area.”
The Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team won a lot of low scoring defensive games a year ago. This year, it looks like the offense is poised to be a consistent threat. Led by Mikayla Duflo’s 18 points, the Eagles cruised to an opening night 53-29 victory over the Central Montcalm Hornets at home.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
Montabella’s girls basketball team got a win, and that’s all coach Terry Larsen really cared about. “We’re always happy with a win,” he said.
Lakeview 60, Evart 20: The Wildcats opened the season with a win against the other Wildcats Tuesday night. Megan Leach led Lakeview with 19 points, followed by Andrea Henry with 16 and Estelle Molitor with 14…
The Michigan State Police recently welcomed four new troopers to its Lakeview post. Mark Fisher, Evan Mize, Benjamin Stadler and Andrew Young recently graduated from the 123rd Trooper Recruit School in Lansing.
Imagine lining up to run a 5-K race then realizing some runners get to start a half a kilometer in front of the starting line but you are two kilometers behind the starting line. That’s not fair, is it?
The current fate of the signature summer event in downtown Belding now rests in the hands of the unknown after members of the Belding Labor Day Homecoming Board and Committee chose to disband after the group’s October meeting. Committee Chairman Mike Tefft quelled all rumors during last week’s Belding City Council meeting when he chose to address members of the city council personally.