A Comstock Park man is avoiding more serious charges in Montcalm County after allegedly letting his 4-year-old son drive a vehicle through a field and crash into a tree while the man was drunk. Sean Bylsma, 34, is being charged with fourth-degree fleeing a police officer and assaulting or resisting or obstructing a police officer, both felonies with possible two-year prison sentences, and open alcohol in a motor vehicle and operating while license suspended, both misdemeanors.
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Two local intermediate school districts (ISDs) are looking to expand services to better serve students.
The Montcalm Area ISD (MAISD) and Ionia County ISD (ICISD) are creating more formal processes to identify areas where the district can share services in the future.
A 38-year-old Ronald Township woman was sentenced Tuesday involving the bomb threat to Palo Elementary School on Nov. 28.
Veronica Lynn Haring was sentenced in Ionia Circuit Court Tuesday on one count of a false report of threat of a bomb/harmful device and once count probation violation.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls basketball team had one of its most successful seasons in school history this year. Greenville finished the season 18-5 overall with a loss in the district finals, but along the way won the school’s first conference title since 1990.
Carson City-Crystal’s boys basketball team knows a little something about its opponent tonight. The Eagles have faced the Laingsburg Wolfpack before, specifically last season when both teams were in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference.
The Michigan Senate on Tuesday quietly approved Senate Bill 78, a bill that slaps handcuffs on the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ ability to manage its Biodiversity Stewardship Areas (BSAs) and Living Legacy Programs. SB 78 removes DNR authority to section off and create biodiversity areas on state or private land. Authority for such action shifts to the Legislature. The Michigan Environmental Council strongly opposes the bill.
There’s just something about Kelly Finger McNeela that draws people to her. Maybe it’s her positive attitude, maintained in the face of decades of severe multiple sclerosis (MS). Maybe it’s the way she remembers your name, the names of your kids, the topic of a conversation shared weeks earlier. Whatever that elusive “something” is, it piqued the interest of local author Doreen Rickert Rademacher back when both women had children attending Belmont Elementary School.
A local radio personality will appear on the Rachael Ray Show to have a small plastic-surgery procedure performed on her by a former Greenville resident. Radio host Kara Stevens of M 106.3 will be on the Rachael Ray Show on Friday while Dr. Anthony Youn, a Greenville High School graduate, performs a surgery that repairs ear lobes.
A 38-year-old Ronald Township woman was sentenced Tuesday involving the bomb threat to Palo Elementary School on Nov. 28. Veronica Lynn Haring was sentenced in Ionia Circuit Court today on one count of a false report of threat of a bomb/harmful device and once count probation violation.