Read funeral notices for Saturday, March 21, 2015.
Years ago, as a kindergarten student, Kelly Decker came upon a fellow student who was often ignored, who no one cared to sit next to. Concerned for her, but unsure at a young age how to address the situation, Decker too refrained from sitting next to her lonely classmate.
In telling the tale to her mother, her mother asked of her, “How would you feel if you were that little girl?”
Festivals, gatherings and celebrations in this community are expected to run more smoothly after a special events policy was approved by Belding City Council on Tuesday night.
Members of the council voted unanimously 5-0 to adopt a policy that will require the regulation of special events within the city.
It’s official. Breckenridge will be moving to the Mid-State Activities Conference (MSAC) along with Merrill. Breckenridge’s Board of Education voted on Monday night to switch its affiliation from the Tri-Valley Conference (TVC) West Division to the MSAC starting with the 2016-17 school year.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, March 20, 2015
On Tuesday, Greenville City Councilwoman Jeanne Cunliffe received something she has been waiting for nearly a quarter of a century. A skate park. After opening and closing a public hearing, the Greenville City Council approved a motion to apply for a Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Trust Fund grant to construct an official city skate park.
Matt Woolford equates the variety of county land records to the many flavors of ice cream … and he wants to bring a flavor burst to Montcalm County. Woolford, who works as equalization director for Kent and Montcalm counties, appeared before Montcalm County’s Finance & Personnel Committee on March 9 to request approval for upgrading Montcalm County land records to a geographic information systems (GIS)-based platform.
Leaping into the Montcalm County Fire Department’s grass fire truck at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Fire Chief Clif Dickinson headed out to extinguish a small grass fire. He thought it would be a quick and simple job. However, when he arrived on scene at 2423 S. Satterlee Road, a different scenario was unfolding.
An Amish man was injured and his horse killed when his buggy collided with a pickup truck this morning. Deputies with the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a crash, which occurred on Fitzner Road in Montcalm Township between Spencer and Pakes roads at approximately 7:29 a.m.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, March 19, 2015