Former Mayor Pro-Tem John Hoppough is the newest mayor of Greenville. The council voted unanimously to appoint Hoppough as mayor for a year.
Recall language against the president of the Pierson Village Council was approved this afternoon at a clarity hearing. Montcalm Clerk Kristen Millard, Probate Judge Charles Simon III and Treasurer JoAnne Vukin unanimously approved proposed recall language filed by Village Councilwoman Rebecca Starr against Village President Karl Van Haren.
Swimmers who are fond of Montcalm Community College’s (MCC) recreational swimming pool will have to look elsewhere when deciding where to take a dip this summer. According to MCC President Bob Ferrentino, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)-sized pool will be closed from May 21 to Aug. 1 of 2012 due to budgetary restraints.
Ronald “Ron” Blanding has dedicated most of his life giving back to Greenville after being born and raised here. He is an entrepreneur in the milk business who gave back to the community by serving on a variety of boards and participating in many clubs.
The new year is upon us, thus it is time to begin anew. Do you need to kick a bad habit or do a little psychological housekeeping? The Celebrate Recovery program at New Beginnings Church in Six Lakes has what it takes to overcome quirky habits and addictions that impede personal growth.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012
Lakeview’s boys basketball team is 2-2 so far this season, but coach Mike Schreiber isn’t disappointed.
“We’re definitely improved over last year in some areas,” Schreiber said. “We’re not playing as well as we would like, but the guys are going in the right direction.”
Greenville vs. Lowell in wrestling is one of the area’s biggest grudge matches every year.
Previous battles between the Yellow Jackets and Red Arrows have gone down to the last match, which often decides the O-K White Conference championship.
A 7-year-old-child who was pinned under a vehicle after a rollover accident Monday morning was treated and released the same day at Carson City Hospital with minor injuries.
According to Michigan State Police Sgt. Joe Cairnduff, a Chevrolet Tahoe was traveling northbound on Blackmer Road just before 8 a.m. when the driver lost control of the vehicle due to icy road conditions and crossed over the center line into a cornfield.
Tuesday Irene Eickenroth — 2 p.m., Bethel Lutheran Church. (Heckman Funeral Home, Howard City) Alice Mack — 2 p.m., Langeland Family Funeral Homes, Climax Chapel. Wednesday Barbara (Taylor) Hadder — 1 p.m., Brigham Funeral Chapel, Six Lakes. Marian L. McKay, 80 BELDING — Marian L. McKay, 80, of Belding, died Saturday in Grand Rapids. Services [...]