In celebration of the freedom to have choice in choosing a school for a child’s education, students and faculty at Threshold Academy in Orleans celebrated National School Choice Week Thursday.
An Edmore woman died after suffering from injuries in an early morning accident. Linda Gardner, 53, was fatally injured when her vehicle ran off the roadway on Main Street near Neff Street at about 6 a.m. Friday.
A normal day for fifth-graders would include classroom lessons, having fun and being loud with friends while worrying about what was being served for lunch. That was not the case on Thursday. For fifth-grade students at Lincoln Heights, Baldwin Heights and Cedar Crest elementary schools, the students spent the day quietly focusing on “patients,” acting older than their age and worrying about who was performing the next surgery to save the “patient’s” life.
Thursday evening was filled with fun, prizes and awards during the annual Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce meeting at Candlestone Golf and Resort. The theme for the night was James Bond/Casino Night where local business owners and community members got to have fun while socializing with the evening’s award winners.
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Snow was falling outside, inside in was raining three-pointers. On Thursday night, the Big Rapids Cardinals were on fire. They drained nine three-pointers and 31 field goals in all, as they defeated the host Central Montcalm Hornets 74-37 in CSAA action.
Girls basketball CC-Crystal 54, Vestaburg 20: The Eagles picked up another MSAC win on the road over the Wolverines on Thursday night. Mikayla Duflo led the Eagles’ offensive attack with 18 points on six three-pointers. Tori Christensen finished with 10 points, eight rebounds and eight steals. Hailey Geister added 10 points. Record: CC-C – 12-2 [...]
Belding’s wrestling team has a shot at winning an O-K Blue Conference title today. A long shot, noted coach Travis Meyer, but a shot nonetheless.
Call them crazy or call them dedicated, but the group of “polar plungers” slated to drop through a hole in the ice Feb. 9 at Clifford Lake Inn is doing its part to raise money for a very good cause — Special Olympics Michigan. According to event organizer Jim Dennis, the annual plunge attracts as many as 100-plus plungers and 400 spectators to the small, inland lake each winter. Depending on weather conditions, he’s hoping to see at least that many turn out for this year’s plunge.
It often is the teachers who pass out grades to their students, but Wednesday night was the Central Montcalm Public School superintendent’s turn to be graded. The Central Montcalm Board of Education, with the assistance of facilitator Mike Washburn, met in closed session for nearly two hours for the purpose of conducting a superintendent evaluation.