In honor of her business achievements, Shelly Smith of Lakeview has earned the use of the exclusive Mary Kay pink Cadillac, an iconic symbol of success and, the most coveted incentive awarded by Mary Kay.
By The Daily News STANTON — Two investigation groups will reveal their findings of possible paranormal activity at Clifford Lake Inn during a special “Haunting Unveiling” event at the historic inn at 7 p.m. tonight. Mid-Michigan Paranormal Investigators from Mount Pleasant and Montcalm Community College’s paranormal investigation club will each present their findings of possible [...]
There are so many outdoor-styled shows coming up in Michigan that I can’t imagine anyone trying to attend all of them. But they’re starting soon and I’d be remiss if I didn’t at least mention those that are going to take place in our territory.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets boys basketball team faced its biggest test of the season on Friday night on the road.
Like the previous eight games, they passed the test.
The top two defenses in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference in girls basketball lived up to their rankings Thursday night. In a game that saw only 19 field goals made between the two teams, the Laingsburg Wolfpack used their defense to beat Carson City-Crystal 33-25, handing the Eagles their first loss in the CMAC.
A group that was developed to support adults with disabilities is celebrating its five-year anniversary. Parents with disabled adult children who wanted to provide social activities for the adults to help develop social skills and promote independence developed the Adults with Disabilities Association and Bowling League.
The Montcalm Township Fire Department will have some minor changes coming its way. During the regular scheduled Montcalm Township meeting on Wednesday, the board approved new equipment and personnel changes to the fire department. The board approved a Ventis MX4 Carbon Monoxide detector that detects up to four gases.
Bill Fifield criticized a Pierson Village Council member on Tuesday night for previously walking out in the middle of a meeting. Minutes later, Fifield did that very thing. A two-and-a-half-hour village council meeting slowly unfolded Tuesday night, full of long pauses, passive-aggressive arguing and flat-out shouting.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Jan. 13, 2012
The fortunes of an area and its neighborhood can turn on how you handle the big things.