Daily News funeral notices for Nov. 25, 2011.
This letter is agreeable with Kenneth Stoll. It’s pitiful that Greenville schools can get brand new football fields, have the big festivals and can’t have yard sale signs out for fear of letting their town look trashy.
Signs of construction are all over Spectrum Health United Hospital a month into a $10 million expansion and renovation project. Many items have already been checked off the list already, according to spokeswoman Jennifer DenOuden. Hospital functions have been rearranged to accommodate the work.
Daily News funeral notices for Nov. 23, 2011
A century-old barn just west of Lakeview burned to the ground Monday night. The owners believe arson is to blame. Lakeview and Maple Valley Township firefighters responded to a fire behind the home of Robert and Ayla Noah at 9648 N. Satterlee Road just north of M-46 at about 8:45 p.m.
Lakeview Fire Chief Patrick Q. Carr, who lives about a mile and a half from the scene, said the barn was fully involved before the call went out.
As Thanksgiving approaches GLC HOPE Ministries looks at all the things we are thankful for this year.
Nobody has filed an application for the Montcalm County treasurer position a week before the deadline. A committee comprised of County Clerk Kristen Millard, County Prosecutor Andrea Krause and Probate Judge Charles Simon III are seeking applications to replace current Treasurer Marcia Sawdy.
James “Jim” Perry began working in the lumberyard at age 16. He didn’t stop until more than four decades later, after he had become manager and then president of Big L Corp. Perry died unexpectedly of a heart attack Sunday at his Sheridan home. He was 64.
State Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, is struggling with whether to support a bill that would increase the number charter schools in Michigan. Outman discussed the bill, which would remove the current cap on the number of charter schools, at Monday’s Legislative Luncheon at Montcalm Community College.
Daily News funeral notices for Nov. 23, 2011.