An Ionia County lake in jeopardy of seeing its lake level drop significantly is on course to receive repairs on a dam that will properly maintain the lake level for another 30 years. Ranney Lake, located in the upper northwest corner of Ionia County just south of the county line and north of Belding, is a private lake with approximately 14 lots surrounding it.
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The Michigan State Police Lakeview post has completed its investigation into the shooting that occurred in Belding earlier this month. According to Community Service Trooper Keith Disselkoen the information gathered from the post has been turned over to the Ionia County Prosecutor’s Office.
With a new bill recently introduced in the State Senate, the debate between a full-time and part-time Legislature is now beginning to gain traction across the state of Michigan. Sen. John Proos, R-St. Joseph, told the Detroit Free Press for a story Sunday that he has introduced legislation that would let voters decide whether lawmakers should work only 90 days a year.
The year 2012 has come to an end. It is now time to pack away Christmas decorations, freeze leftovers and focus on keeping those New Year resolutions for a least a few more days. For myself, it is also time to look back on the past year and review the progress that has been made toward increasing recycling in Montcalm County.
It is unclear to authorities what started a fire Friday evening that left a house a complete loss. Lakeview District Fire Chief Patrick Q. Carr said they were dispatched to a structure fire at 9:42 p.m. at 6275 N. Lake Road on the Cato and Belvidere township line.
An early morning accident on Sunday led to the closure of M-57 while Consumers Energy replaced a utility pole — leaving some without power. The Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to an accident where a vehicle struck a utility pole at about 12:48 a.m. on Sunday at the corner of E. Washington (M-57) and Maple streets.
A free webcast will be presented on Thursday to help people understand addiction and why it might consume so many people. “The Origins of Addiction,” will be presented from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Mid-Michigan District Health Department in Stanton in rooms A and B. Through the webcast, people will learn how the brain has evolved to adapt to life changes, how the brain is fragile but built to protect itself and how addiction changes the brain.
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The regular season is over for the Montabella Mustangs wrestling team. Now, it’s postseason time. With that, attention has turned toward the upcoming Central Michigan Athletic Conference tournament and quickly following, the Division 4 team district tournament at Carson City-Crystal.