A high school class at Greenville Public Schools (GPS) is gathering information generated by the school’s solar panels to help prepare for the future. Brian Sullivan, a biology and natural resources teacher at the high school, took his sixth-hour students on the roof to analyze how the solar panels work.
The owner of a condemned Edmore-area mobile home park has been jailed and charged with two crimes. Corey Lynn Davy, 40, appeared in 8th Judicial Circuit Court on Thursday morning to face a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence and a felony charge of interfering with electronic communication.
A condemned property failed to sell at the annual Montcalm County minimum bid land auction in September. The foreclosed building at 102 E. Elm St. in downtown Carson City was listed at $16,158.11 last month.
Montcalm County Habitat for Humanity is reaching out to veterans in need.
The local chapter is one of only four in Michigan selected to participate in a pilot program launched by Habitat for Humanity International that provides critical home repairs for veterans’ families in the county.
The end of this year’s One Book One County campaign marked a celebration of new beginnings and hopefulness.
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.