Those who follow Lakeview girls basketball saw a different varsity coach on the sideline last week. That’s because Corey Kohler, who coached the first game of the season in a win over Evart on Nov. 27, resigned on Dec. 4. His resignation was accepted by the Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education at Monday night’s meeting.
With the thought in her mind that a single member of her community could go without a meal simply because they might be saving money to buy a gift for a loved one during the holiday season, one fifth-grade student at Woodview Elementary School took it upon herself Monday night to give back in a way that might feed anyone who was in need of a warm meal.
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A Greenville woman remains in critical condition almost two weeks after a two-vehicle collision near Gowen. Debra Wirtz, 79, is in critical condition at Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids. The other occupant in Wirtz’s vehicle, Annette Rendall, 55, of Greenville, has been released from the hospital.
It was supposed to be a perimeter battle between two of the area’s top point guards. Belding’s McKenzie Breimayer and Carson City-Crystal’s Mikayla Duflo went head-to-head on Monday night with the Eagles coming out on top 44-37 in a game that was played mostly inside.
Lakeview 53, Holton 32: The Wildcats won their first CSAA game of the season on Monday night at home. Shawn Lindsey led Lakeview with 21 points…
A proposed small renovation to Carson City Elementary School’s south pod is being delayed until a rebid on the project can be completed. During the Nov. 26 school board meeting, Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Superintendent Kevin Murphy questioned CARMI Design Group’s role in the project.
A check for $4,100 was recently presented to the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund as a result of the Salute Our Soldiers varsity football game on Sept. 14 between Carson City-Crystal and Vestaburg.
A 38-year-old Greenville woman was found dead in her home Sunday afternoon when her ex-husband arrived to pick up their son.
Mother Nature’s fluffy white weekend introduction to this year’s winter snows was her way of reminding us it’s almost time for Greenville’s annual Holiday Pops Concert. Wednesday is the big night; 7:30 p.m. is the time. It’s customary to have a storm on that night, although this year the weatherman is predicting rather pleasant, mild weather. Inside Greenville High School’s Performing Arts Center the atmosphere will indeed be way above pleasant, as the Grand Rapids Symphony and associated conductor John Varineau once again visit Greenville to celebrate an evening of the season’s musical favorites.