GREENVILLE – A Greenville company has big plans to invest in its facilities, preventing any possible loss of jobs thanks to a tax exemption. According to Mersen General Manager Mitch Taylor, the company plans to invest $1.5 million in a 14,000-square-foot building addition and $5.32 million in new equipment at 712 Industrial Park Dr. The [...]
Denny Craycraft showed Belding City Council members a simple blue star, its color dulled over time. He explained that the star belongs to Paul Braman and is inscribed with Braman’s name. The star once was displayed on Belding’s Freedom Wall. “This is what it is all about,” said Craycraft, an active member of the Belding Veterans of Foreign Wars Post.
BELDING – The Belding City Council approved an application Tuesday evening to help pay for improvements to the Flat River banks along Main Street. All five council members agreed the bank along Main Street between the Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library and Ashfield Street is a priority. But some hesitated to back the grant application [...]
STANTON – Central Montcalm’s volleyball team hosted a volleyball tournament Saturday and nearly won their own championship trophy. However, the Green Hornets fell in the finals of the tournament to the Grant Tigers 25-20, 25-19. “We played well,” Central coach Haley Dawe said. “You have your moments when things don’t go the way you wanted.” [...]
In a game that featured nearly 900 yards of offense it was the Northview Wildcats who ran its way to a season finale victory. The Wildcats rushed for more than 300 yards in a 40-28 win over O-K White rival Greenville on Friday night. The win gave the Wildcats (5-4, 2-3) a slim chance at being one of the few teams with five wins to make the postseason.
CARSON CITY – One thing that Carson City-Crystal’s football team didn’t want to happen was to have the team not win a game. “It’s tough looking at the possibility of being 0-9,” coach Jason Gray said. “But that didn’t faze the kids and coaches in practice. We knew we were going to come in playing [...]
If you haven’t heard by now, the Greenville Yellow Jackets football team will be playing in a new location next year. With the season nearly over, there is only one thing left to do – besides finishing construction – and that is to name the field.
Belding’s final O-K Blue cross country jamboree was a home meet but it was Cedar Springs that was feeling right at home. The Red Hawks won both the boys and girls meets, winning the boys meet with 37 points, six points better than the runner-up Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern Huskies.
GREENVILLE - Playing at Ford Field is usually reserved for NFL players, select college games and the MHSAA football finals. A group of Greenville 8- and 9-year-olds received a special invitation to play in a scrimmage game at the home of the Detroit Lions and add their names to the list of Ford Field patrons. They [...]
GREENVILLE – Black Field is now for youth football, Yellow Jacket Stadium is for soccer and track, Stankey Field is for baseball and Industrial Field has been taken over by a yet to be named new football facility. Over the next week or so, Greenville officials and student council members are taking recommendations for names [...]