Carson City-Crystal’s foot- ball team won’t have a game to play Friday. That’s because Manistee Catholic Central, the Eagles’ Friday opponent, has for- feited the game instead of coming to Carson City to play.
After five years of silence, the Edmore Economic Loan Fund Development Committee has finally met. Their first action? A recommendation against accepting a proposed reduced loan payment plan from the Maxfield siblings.
You wouldn’t think making breakfast would be such a big deal. But when you’re doing it for well over 1,000 people, that can change in a hurry. Volunteers for this year’s Breakfast on the Farm, slated for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, have already distributed 1,389 tickets, and that number is expected to grow by the day of the event.
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A man has been identified as the victim of a fatal accident when his motorcycle and a car collided Thursday morning near Edmore. Michigan State Police troopers and Lakeview police officers responded to the crash at 5:29 a.m. at M-46 and Cedar Lake Road just east of the village of Edmore.
A local teenager who was the target of an investigation regarding the theft of scrap metal was arrested Monday after attempting to flee from law enforcement.
A man is dead and police are investigating a suspicious house fire near Greenville. Firefighters were dispatched at 7:54 p.m. Wednesday to a fully involved house fire at 11238 W. Baker Road in Eureka Township.
Landscaping and road repair issues topped the list of topics addressed by the Greenville City Council at its Tuesday evening meeting. Paula Christiansen of the Friends of Forest Home Cemetery brought to the council’s attention what she called the “deplorable” conditions at the cemetery.
The setting was informal, but the topic was deadly serious. More than two dozen people took time out of their Tuesday afternoon to meet with U.S. Rep. Justin Amash outside of the Belding Burger King.
These are times when Americans are looking for consistency, stability and a sense of cooperation and collaboration in government at any and all levels. Closer to home, our neighbors, the citizens and taxpayers of Michigan, are looking to our Legislature for decisions relative to what are arguably the two most critical issues facing our state’s future: health care and education.