Spectrum Health United and Kelsey President Christina Freese-Decker is moving on from her Greenville-based position.
Last week I introduced the topic of virtual schools and I admitted that it is a challenging topic to address in the amount of space that I have. This week I want to continue the discussion by writing about two areas that I know best.
Make sure you have your test booklet, answer document and a No 2 pencil. Mark only one answer for each question. Completely fill in the corresponding circle on your answer document with your best choice.
Our state Legislature is back in session, apparently having spent this summer in the hustings garnering the wishes and concerns of the ordinary folks.
Two men were hospitalized this morning after the vehicle they were driving went off the road and overturned in a gravel pit. Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an off-road, personal injury crash report at approximately 3:14 a.m. this morning.
When Jeff and Jane Trimper originally conceived of Maddie’s House Park, it was to be a barrier free playground created as a memorial to their daughter Madeline, who died at age 7 from a rare disease known as Metachromatic Lukodystrophy.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013
Lights, camera, action! That may be an outdated cliché from the Hollywood film industry, but its original intent to begin shooting a scene held true Tuesday as video production students at Central Montcalm High School pooled their videography and story-telling talents to produce an instructional training video for the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District.
The Howard City Police Department is asking for public assistance with its investigation of multiple thefts from the Reynolds Township Cemetery on Almy Road.
Three suspects were arrested in the 8000 block of Mackinaw Trail in Reynolds Township at 10:44 p.m. on Sept. 19 for unlawful entry of a home.