Read a brief report from the April 12 Eureka Township board meeting.
The Michigan State Police (MSP) Lakeview post will be open on Saturday as a drop-off location for unwanted prescriptions. Saturday has been designated as National Take-Back Initiative where all unwanted prescription drugs can be brought to be dispose of properly by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
A Stanton man is facing prison time after pleading guilty to stealing a vehicle. James Whitney, 30, was charged with unlawfully driving away an automobile (UDAA), leaving the scene of an accident and driving while license suspended. He pleaded guilty Monday in 64B District Court to UDAA — a five-year prison felony — and driving while license suspended.
Read the minutes from the April 10, 2012, Hubbardston Village Council meeting.
Five teachers, the assistant principal/athletic director, the curriculum director and others are losing their jobs as a result of nearly $1.5 million in budget cuts at Central Montcalm Public School. School Board President Doug Bowen, Vice President Bill Simpson, Secretary Roxanne Switzer and board member Mike Barnwell voted in favor of $1,491,148 in budget cuts. Board members Bill Collins, Todd Giles and Mark Grossbauer voted against the cuts.
A dinner designated to helping the hungry had a good turnout for its first in what is planned to be an annual event. Monday’s Empty Bowl Dinner is a project where elementary through high school students teamed up to help raise money for the local Ecumenical Food Pantry located at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Greenville.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Ladies from the area are getting together and donning their prom, bridesmaid and wedding duds to raise money for a great cause.
The inaugural Mom Prom is from 8 p.m. to midnight at The Brickyard Bar & Grill in Stanton Saturday, April 28. The event benefits juvenile diabetes.
I recently read the book, “Bringing up Bèbè,” by Pamela Druckerman. The book is the latest in the genre of multicultural parenting. This seems to be the answer to everyone’s parenting problems: Find a culture, glean the good and move on to the next part of the world.
On March 28, Lora Hodges watched the tail lights of the bus carrying her son fade into the distance. Zachary Perrin was headed for Camp Lejeune in North Carolina and from there to Morocco to serve with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard the USS New York, sister ship to the USS Iwo Jima. The two ships are deployed in tandem. Fast forward two weeks to April 11.