The aftermath of a controversial decision by the Belding school board to privatize the district’s janitorial staff in April has led to the start of an official recall effort of the board president and vice president.
The cause of a fire that ravaged Nelson’s Speed Shop in the early morning hours of Friday remains unknown. About 75 firefighters from 11 departments began clearing the scene at 11:30 a.m. Friday — 10 hours after the fire was reported at 1:30 a.m. The fire started in the back of the business on the west side of the building where the warehouse is located on M-91 just north of Greenville.
When the Greenville Yellow Jackets meet the Belding Redskins in football — just 63 days away — they will do so on the high school campus in the newly constructed Legacy Field.
Greenville High School will begin to honor individual players, teams, coaches, administrators and community members involved with their athletic programs with a new hall of fame.
The Tri County Middle School principal has been fired after embezzling from the school’s booster fund. Tri County Superintendent Al Cumings announced Friday that William “Bill” Cichewicz’s employment with the school district has been terminated.
A recent Greenville High School graduate makes it into the top 10 at the Meijer Great Choices Student Film Festival for the second year in a row. Taylor Sirard, 17, of Greenville, entered a 30-second film called “Diversity” to compete against others students all across the state.
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The owners of Nelson’s Speed Shop have experienced another devastating fire that destroyed their business. At about 1:30 a.m. this morning, Montcalm Township Fire Department was dispatched to Nelson’s Speed Shop on M-91 in Montcalm Township for a structure fire.
Putting together a collection of the best area high school basketball players made everyone want to win that much more. On Thursday, the 6th Annual Champions of Character All-star Basketball Classic took place at Mol Arena at Cornerstone University. The two-day event featured the best current college or professional and high school players for both boys and girls.
Even though Montabella’s baseball team finished the season under .500, coach Matt Hynes was happy with the season. The Mustangs were 11-19-1 on the season, including a 6-9-1 record in the Mid-State Activities Conference. That record was good enough to tie for third in the conference with Vestaburg.