Yes, we’ve all of us barked up the wrong tree at one time or another. You know, perhaps wrongly accused someone, said something later regretted, or made a little mistake here or there. Well now, I say that if you really want to bark at something, go squirrel hunting.
The Greenville Yellow Jacket girl golfers are in sixth place after round one of the Division 2 state golf finals. In wet and windy conditions, the Yellow Jackets shot 359 at Katke-Cousins Golf Course in Rochester on Friday. Two-time defending state champion Muskegon Mona Shores sits in first place a score of 328.
GREENVILLE — Police responded to 28 complaints Friday through Sunday. Incidents included: Friday • Larceny from a motor vehicle, E. Fairplains. • Burglary-forced entry, E. Montcalm. • Disorderly conduct, Black Field. • Suspicious and troubled calls, S. Lafayette. Saturday • Suspicious and troubled calls, Merritt. • Larceny-theft from a building, W. Washington. Sunday • Burglary-forced [...]
Tuesday Robert Brown — 10 a.m., Grand Rapids Home for Veterans chapel. (Christiansen Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Greenville) Saturday L.D. Humphrey — 11 a.m., Crystal Congregational Church.
The 63rd annual Montcalm County Conservation District meeting will be Wednesday at Montcalm Community College.
GREENVILLE — Montcalm County sheriff’s detectives received a warrant Friday to make a third arrest regarding a break-in at the Greenville Municipal Airport last May.
STANTON — Montcalm County has a new resource recovery coordinator. Jacob Rytlewski was hired to fill the newly created county position after Michigan State University Extension eliminated the position Sept. 30 due to a state cut to higher educator funding. Dixie Ward, the former resource recovery educator, chose not to apply for the job when [...]
EDMORE — For Edmore Village President Lon Leonard, the completion of the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail through his town is a dream come true.
BELDING— More than 100 years ago, a park used to sit outside the original Gibson building in downtown Belding. The Silk City Preservation Society has hopes that one day a city park could lay adjacent to the building once again.
BELDING — With the wind blowing straw in her face and making matters difficult, seven-year-old Hannah Bristol of Belding managed to build her very own scarecrow with help from her mother and cousin.