A name has been chosen to stand the test of time and one that can be passed down from generation to generation. The new Greenville football stadium officially will be named Legacy Field. “Legacy makes a lot of sense,” said Superintendent Pete Haines.
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More than just local people noted the play of Greenville’s Colt Harrington during football season. Harrington was named Associated Press Division 1-2 honorable mention all-state and the Detroit News Division 1-2 honorable mention all-state.
An appropriate way to observe the 12 remaining days to Christmas is to call attention to Belding’s free Christmas Eve dinner being offered from 4 to 8 p.m. Dec. 24 at Belding’s Bridge Street Café.
This is a sad but true story. I was at a local grocery store the other day doing my normal price comparison before buying anything. No big deal? Maybe not for you. I happen to be legally blind.
A local teacher will appear in an upcoming episode of ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” along with 65 of his professional Santa colleagues. Ted Flynn is a social studies teacher and athletic director at Grattan Academy for most of the year. He dabbles as a professional Santa in winter.
Lakeview’s wrestling team came up just short at the Tri County Wrestling Invitational Saturday, but the Wildcats won’t complain too much. The Wildcats lost in the championship match to Chippewa Hills 49-22 to take second. It was their only loss on the day.
Greenville’s “A” wrestling team came back from a pair of losses to ranked Division 1 teams with a sweep of its own wrestling invitational Saturday. The Yellow Jackets beat all five opponents in the meet, finishing with a slightly controversial 36-35 win over Byron Center.
American Paint Horse Association (APHA) amateur competitor Cheryl Vasi of Gowen captured a World Championship title at the 2011 APHA World Championship Paint Horse Show. The show, which was Nov. 2–12 in Fort Worth, Texas, is one APHA’s premier events.
For seven Carson City-area children, playing with Lego blocks became more than just play. They built Lego-based robots for a competition at Michigan State University (MSU).