GREENVILLE — Greenville High School students teamed up with ArtPrize artist Corey Van Duinen to help develop a project for the 2011 contest.
GREENVILLE — Police have not yet released any information about a possible motive or whether the shooter knew the victim of Saturday’s violent outburst in Greenville.
Friday Doylen Albring Sr. — 11 a.m., Rock Lake Bible Methodist Church, Rock Lake. (Brigham Funeral Chapel, Edmore) Jean Johnson Rybicki Benik — 2 p.m., Hurst Funeral Home, Greenville. Sally Brennan — 10 a.m., Lux and Schnepp Funeral Home, Carson City. Sharilyn “Goodell” Parrish — 1 p.m., Lux and Schnepp Funeral Home, Carson City. Frank [...]
More than $1 million that had been slated for upgrades at the Belding Area Schools Administration Building are being redistributed to other buildings. The Administration Building (previously known as Orchard Hills Elementary School) will not see heating and ventilation upgrades that had been planned. The building will close in two years to save construction and operational costs.
The Greenville City Council approved the To: Africa From: U.S. fundraiser in hopes of bringing new people to Greenville. To: Africa From: U.S. is based in Cedar Springs and will raise money for improving education, sanitary needs and medical needs for Africa.
A Belding man won’t get a new trial after a wild night of crime in 2009 involving a head-on accident and sexual assault. The Michigan Court of Appeals issued a ruling last week that upholds the conviction against Chester Raymond Bodman.
In his final act as the mayor of Belding, Roger Wills picked up his gavel, placed it in front of Ron Gunderson and exclaimed, “Mr. Gunderson, you’re the mayor.”
The City Council unanimously voted Gunderson in as the new mayor Tuesday evening after Wills received no support for a second term.
Toys for Tots has started its annual tradition by setting up boxes at businesses throughout the county to help families make the holidays a special time. “It’s a magical time for kids,” said Jennifer Bouck, Toys for Tots coordinator in Montcalm County.
Though fashions and style change over the years, the problems faced by teens haven’t really changed that much. A group of Greenville High School teens give us a glimpse of what life was like only a few generations ago with their presentation of “Grease.”