A week long schedule of events created by the B Foundation to raise awareness and benefit families in the Belding community touched by cancer continued on Tuesday night.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets run through the O-K White Conference will toughen up with its next round today.
Big Rapids’ girls golf team continued to show the way to the top of the Central State Activities Association Tuesday.
Central Montcalm’s volleyball team took on three Ionia County opponents in a quadrangular meet Monday and the result was mixed.
Bottom’s Dream Theater has assembled a pleasingly gifted cast to weave a tapestry of social commentary and philosophy from a sampling of issues that any diverse group of people grappling within any late-night café.
Bicycle riders and doughnut eaters will be descending on Klackle Orchards on Saturday for the third annual Le Tour de Donut.
Seventeen local artists will be competing in the third annual ArtPrize, which gets under way Wednesday in Grand Rapids
Belding Area Schools hopes to save some money by contracting out some noninstructional services.
Health Care Plus is proving to be more of a minus for Montcalm County’s budget.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Director David Feldpausch recently told the Board of Commissioners Health & Human Services Committee that he is predicting Health Care Plus will lose $5,000 or more this year due to a combination of more claims and greater claim amounts.
After shutting out their first three opponents this season, the Central Montcalm Hornets defense didn’t have an answer for the Manistee Chippewas Friday night.