A Greenville man admitted Thursday to driving and crashing a moped while drunk last month.
The Sheridan Community Fire Department will soon have a new brush fire truck thanks to donations from area businesses and a lot of support from the community.
Carson City-Crystal’s Maxxton Jolls is on a roll.
Not only has Jolls been helping out the varsity basketball team this winter, he’s been having a good year at Carson City Lanes to boot.
Right now there is snow and ice on the streets and trials. Not the best conditions for running outdoors.
Come April, hopefully, that will not be the case.
Sheridan Community Hospital is expecting big results from a new neurosurgery practice that partnered with the facility over the summer.
Area residents are encouraged to enjoy art and help a worthy cause by visiting the debut of Green Acres Retirement Living’s ArtPrize Jan. 17 to 26.
Sandy Raines announced her candidacy Thursday for Montcalm County drain commissioner. Raines, the deputy drain commissioner, plans to campaign for Drain Commissioner Donald Cooper’s seat in the Nov. 6 election.
BELDING — Police responded to 11 complaints Thursday. Incidents included: • Larceny, 4:30 p.m., Pineview. GREENVILLE — Police responded to 9 complaints Thursday. Incidents included: • Retail fraud, 6:50 p.m., S. Greenville West Drive. • Armed robbery, 8:33 p.m., W. Grove. STANTON — Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies responded to 25 complaints Thursday. Incidents included: • Eight car-deer accidents. [...]
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The Greenville High School Symphony Orchestra is one of 14 student groups to perform before a statewide audience of music professionals during the 2012 Michigan Music Conference. Of the 14 performers, eight ensembles and bands are selected each year to perform at the state music convention. Greenville High School band and orchestra director Susan Gould said the selection process to perform is “incredibly selective.”