The Belding Redskins softball team has had an extremely successful four-year ride. Belding has won four straight district titles, three straight regional titles and even reached the Class B state semifinals during that run.
Read the funeral notices for Monday, April 1, 2013.
A Stanton man is expected to make a full recovery after he fell through the ice on a private pond Saturday afternoon. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded at approximately 4:04 p.m. to the 1500 block of S. Sheridan Road.
A former Greenville Department of Public Safety Director is coming back to fill in as interim.
Joann Camp had a vision when she purchased a vacant 1860s hardware building in downtown Blanchard in spring 1986. This vision — today’s Loafers Glory — has thrived for nearly 27 years as an indoor village of quaint shops and a bakery, restaurant and old-fashioned ice cream parlor.
A man who allegedly robbed the Chemical Bank in Edmore on Saturday morning remains on the loose
A 2011 Greenville graduate will spend 30 hours dancing in an effort to raise awareness for pediatric rehabilitation.
Blame it on the president, fears of a coming zombie apocalypse or a public easily influenced by Facebook rumors; for one reason or another, ammunition is getting hard to find, both locally and across the nation.
Funeral notices for Saturday, March 30, 2013
A longtime Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce employee has been fired after it was discovered funds of $10,000 or more were missing. According to Candy Kerschen and Gae Wolfe, both of whom work as co-executive directors, an irregularity was discovered in the Chamber books during a financial review Thursday.