HOWARD CITY — Chris Overbeek has been the coach of the Tri County varsity baseball team for the past 21 seasons. However, he wants to be a dad again. Overbeek submitted his resignation from the baseball coaching job June 6. “I don’t know if you can call it retiring because I’m 45 years old and [...]
A male driver suffered injuries and was transported by ambulance to a hospital after his vehicle crossed the center line of Sidney Road Friday, left the roadway, and rolled several times into a cornfield.
When Keith Hudson first moved to this city more than 40 years ago, it didn’t take him long to fall in love with it.
From the cycling trails and arts programs, to the bricks that built the foundation of Greenville’s first industrial buildings, the president of the Flat River Historical Society has made it a mission to educate others on what the city has to offer, from times both past and present.
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Since she was a little girl, Brianna Van Houten has been performing on stage and loved it. The 19-year-old Greenville resident is on stage this week in what could become a life-changing experience: Becoming Miss Michigan and competing for Miss America.
Together with joint bargaining teams and third-party mediators, Montcalm Community College (MCC) has master agreement contracts. During Tuesday morning’s regular meeting, the MCC Board of Trustees approved contracts for support staff and administrative council.
Montcalm County residents will notice a variety of fee increases for local services starting this summer. On Monday, the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved fee increases in the clerk’s office and register of deeds office to help with the county’s $1.5 million budget deficit.
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Tamarack Lake will be the star of the show at this weekend’s Lakeview Summerfest. The 330-acre body of water will host two new events this year — a raft race Saturday morning and an airplane fly-in Saturday evening. Summerfest gets underway today and continues through Saturday.
Emotions ran high Monday evening as nearly 20 people made their voices heard at the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education meeting. Public comment went on for nearly a full hour as one person after another stood to address the board regarding red, white and blue cords given to graduating students who had signed a contract to join the military.