Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, July 12, 2012
As more than 9,000 people were without power at one time or another after a storm tore through parts of Montcalm County on Thursday of last week, none may have been hit harder than area businesses that depend on holiday weekends for big business.
A bicyclist, who was riding his usual route, found a large sum of money and turned it into police. At about 8 a.m. on July 4, the bicyclist spotted a large sum of money on the shoulder of Kendaville Road near M-91.
The Moonlit Miles 5K Run & Walk will start at 7:30 p.m. at Klacke Orchards & Pavilion this Friday.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) wants to hear what the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has to say before recommending a test run of the median to the Greenville City Council. The DDA began talking about the possibility of a median on Lafayette Street during its May meeting when a downtown Greenville building owner, Thomas Mall, brought the idea to the board.
A great book, by its very nature, is more enjoyable when shared with others. That’s the driving philosophy behind the One Book One County program, which got under way in mid-May with an opening ceremony at the M-TEC on Montcalm Community College’s Greenville Campus and continues at Thursday at 11 a.m. with a discussion at the White Pine Library in Stanton.
Even though it’s baseball weather, football was the primary focus Tuesday at Greenville High School’s Yellow Jacket Stadium. The Greenville Yellow Jackets hosted a three-team 7-on-7 passing scrimmage, joining former Central Michigan Athletic Conference rivals Fulton and Carson City-Crystal at the event.
When Carson City-Crystal hosts Vestaburg on September 14, the Eagles and Wolverines will be wearing special uniforms. The teams will be wearing uniforms that will raise funds for veterans of Montcalm County. This is the first year of the “Salute Our Soldiers” game for CC-Crystal, according to event co-organizer and varsity football coach Jason Gray.
Finding a healthy, fun and inexpensive activity to do on a regular basis as a teenager in the summer months in Belding isn’t always an easy task. For Belding High School senior Gavin Bennett, 16, that task typically involves gathering his friends, packing into his small car with the trunk cracked open to fit everyone’s bikes, scooters and skateboards, and making a trip to Saranac or Ionia to enjoy a day of tricks and flips at a skate park.