Friday night will be the final varsity football game ever at Black Field. The field has been home for decades and accounts for many memories in the lives of Greenville residents past and present. The Yellow Jackets will to create even more memories when the Division 2 No. 3 ranked Lowell Red Arrows visit Black Field on Friday.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team will leave for the metro Detroit area following school today. They will begin competing in its third straight Division 2 state final tomorrow. The two-day tournament takes place at Katke-Cousins Golf Course in Rochester and is the home course of Oakland University. The last two state finals have taken place in East Lansing at Forest Akers East (9th place finish in 2009) and Forest Akers West (4th in 2010).
Montabella’s volleyball team celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month with their own pink game, but Vestaburg did all the celebrating. The Wolverines kept the Mustangs winless on the season after a 25-11, 25-23, 25-16 win Tuesday night. Montabella coach Corrin Simon thought the special night may have had something to do with the team’s lackluster performance.
Belding’s boys cross country team enjoyed a break from stiff O-K Blue competition with a victory at the Saranac Color Run. “It’s fun to escape the O-K Blue every once in a while,” coach John Carlson said. “It feels like we’re in purgatory.” The Redskin boys won the event with a score of 40 points. That was 34 better than host Saranac and 44 better than Delton Kellogg.
Cancer is the most disheartening diagnosis a patient and family can receive.
It is natural to have anxiety immediately when hearing the dreaded C-word. Jean Southward and her family from Carson City knows this experience all too well.
GREENVILLE — The Greenville Planning Commission is working on amending ordinances to bring them up-to-date and adding new ones.
GREENVILLE — The inaugural Montcalm County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sept. 10 raised $6,400, which will go to research on Alzheimer’s disease. The walk attracted 67 participants. The Boys from Amsden provided music as the walkers registered. Each walker had a personal story and reason for walking. Families walked in honor of a loved [...]
Cancer doesn’t discriminate among young or old and male or female. Neither do area schools helping to raise money to fight the disease. The Lowell Red Arrows have set the standard when it comes to raising awareness and prevention of cancer among area high school districts. For four years, the “Pink Arrow Pride Project” has [...]
Early 2004 looked to be a great year for Rockford resident Julie Elyea and her family.
“I cruised along through February, March, April and May,” she said. “Everything was going as I had planned. Then came June 23.”
WASHINGTON — Dolinda Riley Barnes died at age 28 after battling breast cancer for four years.