For one half Saturday, Central Montcalm’s girls basketball team was looking at a big upset of Reed City. The second half showed why the Coyotes are so good.
A 34-year-old Comstock Park man was arrested Saturday after striking a tree with his truck while intoxicated, fleeing the scene and eventually fighting and injuring an officer while resisting arrest.
After opening just six months ago, West Michigan Virtual is already seeing success with four students graduating from the program.
In August, West Michigan Virtual opened its doors on 8153 Satterlee Road in Greenville after partnering with Berrien Springs Public Schools to teach outside of the traditional classroom.
Carson City-Crystal put up an honorable fight, but in the end New Lothrop just had too much. New Lothrop (32-4) started quick, battled through some defeats and finished strong in a 45-18 win over the Eagles in the Division 4 team wrestling quarterfinals on Friday at Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek.
The Belding Redskins didn’t have the recent history of playoffs success like Dundee, nor could they compare season resumes with the Vikings. What Belding did have that was comparable was the heart to compete to the best of its ability despite the extreme odds against the No. 1 team in Division 3.
Former O-K White Conference foes Greenville and Lowell renewed their rivalry — which was still as competitive as ever — this time on the grand stage of the Division 2 state quarterfinals Friday.
A local food pantry is looking for help as products and funds are running low and the possibility of shutting down is threatening to become definite.
Voters in Lakeview will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the fate of a millage proposal under consideration there. Though the projects covered in the bond proposal are sweeping, the actual increase in taxes for the average homeowner would be minimal, about 33 cents per month or less.
Funeral notices for Saturday, February 23, 2013
A large crowd of residents from Trufant and surrounding areas gathered at the village’s community center Thursday evening in the hope of getting answers from the U.S. Postal Service as to why hours will soon be severely curtailed at the post office there. They left 90 minutes later with most of those questions unanswered; nobody from the postal service showed up. However, U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s representative, Mary Judnich — along with state Rep. Rick Outman and state Sen. Judy Emmons — were there to hear the concerns of the residents.