The Lakeview Wildcats were down, but not out. All they needed was some momentum. After some early unforced errors, the Wildcats found what they needed for a thrilling five game come from behind win over the Central Montcalm Hornets on Wednesday night.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf won’t be making a return trip to East Lansing for the state finals this year. Instead, they will visiting Grand Valley State University for the Division 2 state finals at The Meadows. For the seventh time in the past eight seasons, the Yellow Jackets have qualified for the state finals. They finished a school high third in both 2007 (Fall) and in 2011.
A breast cancer diagnosis can prove to be overwhelming and lead to confusion, anger and disbelief. Greenville resident, Melissa Ashman, was caught off guard completely with her diagnosis of colloid carcinoma, estrogen receptive breast cancer at age 23. Colloid carcinoma, according to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure website, only accounts for 1 to 3 percent of all invasive breast cancers and within that total it is typically found in women starting at age 60. How does a 23-year-old woman in good health get through such a diagnosis and treatment? She relied on a support network of friends and family.
Betty Ford Breast Care Services now offers radioactive seed localizations for breast cancer patients. The facility, which is located in Grand Rapids and is part of Spectrum United Memorial, is not only the first, but only provider in Michigan to offer radioactive seed localization for breast surgeries, according to the hospital’s website.
To Greenville Public Schools employees worked together to write a grant that benefited all four Greenville elementary schools. During the Board of Education meeting on Monday, the board received news regarding a grant Lincoln Heights Elementary School teachers Robin Heather and Amy Sullivan wrote for a makeover at all the extreme motor skills facilities.
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Welding students at the Montcalm Area Career Center (MACC) are settling into a new room remodeled to provide a safer atmosphere for the students. The Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) Board of Education moved the location of their meeting Wednesday to be held at the MACC to take a tour of the new welding room.
Running a business and business development are hard enough these days. We think that the position Mersen finds itself in as untenable and there is no excuse for it. One would assume that when the original business (as Graphite Engineering under local ownership) moved to the industrial park, all of their governmental dealings would be with the city such as those related to services provided and taxing authority. Five or six expansions later, the company finds itself stretched to its property limits within the city. It has purchased additional land in the township adjacent to the city boundary which it hopes can be annexed to the city. The hope, obviously, is that their success may be multiplied.
Three new men have been hired to join the Montcalm Township Fire Department. During the township’s Wednesday night meeting, Fire Chief Clif Dickinson presented to the board three candidates who would make a good addition to the fire department. The board unanimously approved the new firefighters.
Helen Simonson, author of this year’s One Book One County Montcalm selection, “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand,” is at least as charming and entertaining as any of the characters found within the pages of her book. From 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Simonson will share that charm, up close and in person, at Greenville High School’s Performing Arts Center. Afterward, Simonson will be on hand to sign copies of her book.