The Greenville Department of Public Safety conducted an ice water rescue training session Tuesday morning on Baldwin Lake in Greenville.
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A local man was arraigned this afternoon after allegedly committing a hit and run accident, fleeing from police and refusing to cooperate. Kevin Brower, 32, was charged in 64B District Court with operating while intoxicated, resisting and obstructing and driving while license suspended.
The Home Township Fire Department responded to a structure fire that left only minor damages to the porch. Fire Chief Randy Linton said the department responded at about 3:15 p.m. to 9300 N. Peoples Road in Home Township.
A couple of matches didn’t go the way of the Carson City-Crystal wrestling team Wednesday night. Because of it they were ousted from the Division 4 district at Fulton High School by Kent City 51-30. “We had all the matchups we wanted,” CC-Crystal coach Kacy Datema said. “Kids didn’t perform the way we needed to (Wednesday night).”
It wasn’t the anticipated wrestling district final everyone was expecting, but for the Greenville Yellow Jackets it was a familiar outcome. The Yellow Jackets (ranked No. 5 in Division 2) won its seventh straight Division 2 district title with a convincing 67-3 victory over the Cedar Springs Red Hawks on Wednesday night.
The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office responded to a string of vehicle break-ins on M-46 between Vestaburg and Howard City Wednesday evening.
Multiple fire departments battled a blaze for at least five hours this morning in downtown Pierson. Randy and Denise Granger’s home at 321 Amy School Road just off Federal and Stanton roads was left in shambles after a fire raged through the 22-room old farmhouse.
The Greenville City Council has appointed a former councilman to fill the vacancy on the council. During Tuesday night’s regular meeting, the council voted to appoint Brian Greene to the council. The vacancy came after the council accepted the resignation of former councilman and mayor Kenneth Snow during the last meeting on Jan. 17.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners were reluctant to allow a countywide public transportation millage to move forward … with good reason, as it turns out. The Montcalm County Transportation Authority owes $11,631 to the Montcalm County Clerk’s Office and to local townships for election costs stemming from the Nov. 8 failed millage vote.