SHERIDAN — Sheridan Community Hospital associates recently pulled together to provide boxes of needed donations to children and families less fortuna
STANTON — The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a new three-year labor contract Wednesday affecting 30 county employees.
GREENVILLE — Opportunities for Success had a solid turnout on Wednesday for its annual community dinner at Greenville High School.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls basketball team wrapped up the 2011 portion of its season with a win over Zeeland East at the Cornerstone University Holiday Tournament on Dec. 21.
With the 50-45 win, the Yellow Jackets (4-2, 0-1) snapped a two-game losing streak. Leah Somerfield scored 17 points while Katie Dunham added 11 points in the win.
STANTON — When Ken and Dawn Stoll decided to purchase a home care service franchise, they did their research.
The Stolls looked at the top 12 companies in the country and chose ComForcare Home Care, a nonmedical home care agency for senior citizens and those needing help at home.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets boys basketball team used a strong fourth quarter finish to remain undefeated this season.
Carson City-Crystal’s boys basketball team had to come from behind for the second straight game.
The Eagles, who came from behind to beat Belding Dec. 20, came back from a halftime deficit to knock off the Central Montcalm Green Hornets 64-61 in overtime Wednesday night in the Shepherd Holiday Tournament.
BELDING — Reports from the Belding Police Department were not available this morning. GREENVILLE — Police responded to 10 complaints Tuesday and Wednesday. Incidents included: Tuesday • Drugs, N. Lafayette. Wednesday • Structure fire (building), S. Lafayette. • Suspicious and troubled calls, N. Smith. • Larceny, S. Lafayette. • General non-criminal, W. Cass. STANTON — Montcalm [...]
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011
There’s no secret much has been given to Montcalm Community College (MCC) — and by extension its administration, faculty and staff — over the past several years.
Former Gov. Jennifer Granholm was a strong believer in the role of community colleges and was reluctant to cut their budgets commensurate with other state-funded agencies and programs during her tenure. MCC and its peers around the state survived eight years of steady state budget cuts for eight years largely intact, aside from a cut in Renaissance Zone reimbursements a few years ago that cost MCC $300,000.