Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Jan. 24, 2012
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners rejected an engineering firm agreement today after a Brownfield Authority member called out his colleagues for an uninformed vote when they recommended the agreement.
So far so good for Montabella’s wrestling team.
The Mustangs are 16-4 this season, which includes a perfect 3-0 mark in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference.
Several leadership changes are afoot for Carson City-Crystal Area Schools. The Board of Education is experiencing some turnover while launching a search for a new superintendent. Board members chose North Star Inc. to represent the board in the superintendent hiring process after interviewing four companies.
Plans are in the works to bring more driver’s training opportunities to the Carson City area. Stanton-based instructor Dave Packer is looking to rent space in the Carson City area to meet the needs of students who can’t attend the single session of Segment I driver’s training available through Carson City-Crystal High School.
After a successful festival last June, the Carson City Frontier Days may be in serious trouble. Tami Tasker of the Frontier Days Committee reported to the Carson City Council that the festival lost their long-time title sponsor Carson City Hospital in October, due to the economy and are struggling to raise money for the annual event.
The Mid-State Activities Conference won’t be expanding just yet.
Breckenridge, who decided to explore possibly moving from the Tri-Valley Conference West Division to the MSAC, will be waiting to make a decision, according to Superintendent Sean McNatt.
A Coral man died and another man was injured in a single vehicle accident Monday afternoon south of Lakeview. Stephen Duvall, 29, of Coral was driving a 2004 Ford Taurus northbound on Youngman Road around 12:45 p.m. when he lost control near Almy Road. The car veered across the road and hit several trees.
Last week we saw Gov. Rick Snyder give the State of the State address, and we also witnessed the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce dinner. It would be hard not to be encouraged about the area’s future given the messages delivered on each of the occasions.
White Pines United Methodist Church in Belmont set a goal in December to spend less money on unnecessary gifts, instead putting that money toward things that matter. White Pines is a fully-inclusive community of around 50 worshipers who meet each week at the Wolverine Worldwide Family YMCA on Jupiter Avenue.