Only six signatures were needed to initiate a recall against Pierson Village President Karl Van Haren. However, a total of 28 signatures have been gathered in support of the recall.
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By looking at Greenville senior Chris Mickey, you couldn’t tell his team had blown a double-digit lead, battled back from three down with less than a minute to go and hit free throw after free throw to win in overtime. Mickey scored 13 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter and overtime as the Yellow Jackets defeated the East Grand Rapids Pioneers 79-76 to remain perfect on the season.
The 41 points the Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team scored against Fulton may not look impressive, but it was the other number on the scoreboard that was.
The Eagles held the Pirates to just 11 points in 32 minutes in the 41-11 win Tuesday night.
The Belding Redskins baseball team is planning to head south this spring. To help do so they are willing to get cold or at least let others get cold.
The Redskins are hosting a winter softball tournament on Feb. 11 at Demorest Field to help raise spring training funds for the program. Belding will travel to Cocoa Beach, Fla. for a week of practice this spring.
Montcalm County commissioners are some of the highest paid officials compared to six neighboring counties. Our commissioners earn an annual salary of $8,331, second only to Clinton County commissioners, who earn $8,694.
Students at Central Montcalm proudly boast their school colors of Green and White during athletic events held throughout the year, but this was not the case during two varsity basketball games on Jan. 27. This past Friday, students, faculty and fans donned as much orange clothing as they could in support of juvenile diabetes awareness.
The Education Foundation of Greenville will be adding another leg to the OUR3 Capital Campaign. The OUR3 Capital Campaign is a $1 million endowment to ensure funding for the performing arts program, programs for academically ambitious students and now athletes at Greenville Public Schools.
Because of increased amounts of people driving and using cell phones, a federal law was recently passed requiring commercial motor vehicle drivers to use hands-free devices. The latest action by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to end distracted driving will prohibit commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers from using hand-held cellphones while operating their vehicles, which includes CMV drivers with or without a commercial driver’s license (CDL).
A young man pleaded guilty last week to breaking into the Greenville Municipal Airport and stealing an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) last May. Tyler Rivera, 19, of Holt, pleaded guilty Thursday in 8th Judicial Circuit Court to breaking and entering a building with intent. He faces up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced at a later date.