Greenville Public Schools will receive a gift of $13,000 from a resident to install a new system for the hearing-impaired at the Performing Arts Center. The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education accepted the gift during Monday night’s meeting.
The man who allegedly robbed Greenville’s Huntington Bank at gunpoint has a local criminal record and has lived a transient life throughout Montcalm County since he was a child. Reuben Dean Olson III, 22, was arrested Feb. 1 at his girlfriend’s home in Shepard.
Another of Belding’s softball players will be playing softball in college.
First baseman Morgan Hill signed a letter of intent to play softball for Kalamazoo Valley Community College (KVCC) on Friday.
At the start of the girls basketball season, Megan Leach was not doing as well as she would have liked.
“I started off not as well as I should have,” Leach admitted. “I’ve stepped up my game a lot.”
An acquaintance of mine used to be a charter boat captain on Lake Michigan. But he fell on hard times, quit the charter business and started a small shop making sinkers and lures.
His shop was on the first floor of an old building and I happened to walk in on good ol’ Carl one afternoon, unannounced of course. And there I was, amid a hodge-podge of old machinery and almost stepping on one of his cats as I entered.
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Greenville Public Schools will receive a gift of $13,000 from a resident to install a new system for the hearing impaired at the Performing Arts Center.
It was a game to remember. And for those of you who missed it, you can catch up on all the highlights right here.
What an evening it was! Saturday night was the occasion of the 10th annual Many Hearts One Mission Charity Ball, a fundraiser dedicated to life-enhancing facilities at Greenville’s Spectrum Health United Hospital. More than 400 people were on hand at the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in support of United Hospital’s new Heart and Vascular Center.
The principal of Ellis Elementary School in Belding has resigned. Last week, Jesus Hernandez announced to his staff his intent to leave at the end of the school year, according to Belding Area Schools Superintendent Leslie Mount.