In the few short months it has opened its unique business in Greenville, the staff of the 57 Brew Pub & Bistro are making sure they stay true to what customers are looking for in its beer, food and service. The restaurant, located at 1310 West Washington St. (M-57) officially opened its doors on Nov. 1, 2012, to offer a variety of foods, signature beers, club membership and a fun and classy environment. Robert Olsen and Dorothy Brydges-Olsen are the owners of the 57 Brew Pub & Bistro, which sits where J.R.’s Roller Castle was once situated.
To say the Fleet family has been through the fire over the past few years would be an understatement. Randy and Shawn Fleet of Sand Lake are the parents of six children, Jessa, 26, Erin, 23, Brittnay, 22, Dakota, 20, Randi, 16, and Storme, 14. The active family loves to play sports together and is a tight-knit clan.
Read the funeral notices for Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013.
State Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, took the ceremonial oath of office Wednesday as a state representative in the Michigan House. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley administered the ceremonial oath in the Capitol in Lansing. Outman is serving his second term and represents the 70th House District, which includes all of Montcalm County and part of Gratiot County.
Two young men from Greenville were sentenced to jail time Thursday for breaking into local vehicles. Christopher Brimmer, 22, and Brandon Smith, 18, previously pleaded guilty to larceny from a motor vehicle. They were originally charged with larceny from a motor vehicle and breaking and entering a motor vehicle to steal property from $200 to $1,000.
GREENVILLE — One morning, while camping in the wilderness with a group of scouts, a young boy was woken up by his father and given an odd request. The boy’s father handed him a $15 bugle horn with one mission — “Play that song they play on TV to get people to wake up,” the [...]
A Howard City woman was arraigned on three charges Wednesday after allegedly causing a multi-vehicle accident which took the life of a man almost one year ago. Nicole Diana Stapleton, 31, was arrested Tuesday evening by Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies. She was arraigned Wednesday afternoon in 64B District Court in Stanton.
Crawling through dark, narrow trenches between crumbling pieces of broken concrete, in the worst of emergency situations, there will always have to be an individual who must volunteer and venture into that dangerous unknown in the event that a victim may be trapped in such a severe emergency situation.
A woman is facing felony charges almost one year after allegedly causing a multi-vehicle accident which took the life of a man. Nicole Diana Stapleton, 31, of Howard City, was arrested Tuesday evening by Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies. She has not yet been arraigned.
Like many others, the family of Bernard “Bud” Rowley is struggling to understand what initiated an early Saturday morning altercation with police that left Rowley, 55, of Sidney, dead.