Huckleberry’s Restaurant has served the Greenville area for two decades by keeping up with the demands of its customers. In January 1992, Mike “Huck” Huckleberry bought the Happy-Go-Lucky Saloon at 112 S. Lafayette St. and transformed it into a place for people to enjoy with great food. Twenty years later, Huckleberry and his wife, Linda, still love coming to the establishment.
Montcalm County may contract with Kent County for equalization services in the near future. Montcalm County Controller-Administrator Chris Hyzer told the Finance & Personnel Committee on Monday that he is in talks with Kent County Equalization Director Matt Woolford to possibly contract with Woolford’s department.
The holidays are over but local food pantries hope people keep the Christmas spirit of giving ongoing. Donations during the holiday season are typically greater owing to increased hunger awareness and charitable giving, according to several area coordinators. This year’s Christmas holiday boost helped meet the increasing demand for food assistance.
The Greenville Public Schools (GPS) Board of Education has until its February meeting to decide whether it agrees with a special education millage the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) wants to put on the August ballot. MAISD Superintendent Scott Koenigsknecht approached the board during its regular meeting Monday night about a countywide millage proposal.
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The Greenville Yellow Jackets have reached the midway point of the wrestling season.
As always, the Yellow Jackets have faced a extremely tough schedule with matches against state ranked teams each and every week. On Saturday, the Yellow Jackets added to their victory total by going 5-0 to win the Grand Ledge Invitational.
Two local wrestling coaches went back to their schools after the St. Louis Invitational Saturday very happy.
Those coaches were Montabella coach Shaun Balhorn and Central Montcalm coach Dan VanderVlucht, as the Mustangs were the winners of the individual tournament and the Green Hornets were second.
Gladys Knight Ingalls was born Feb. 28, 1919. Woodrow Wilson was president, the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution authorizing prohibition had just been ratified and World War I was coming to an end. But Gladys grew up on a farm in the Stanton countryside, sheltered from much of the outside world. She was the second of six children born to Harrison and Edna Knight.
Greenville fifth-graders had the opportunity to use actual pig anatomy to learn about the respiratory system and the negative effects of tobacco use. About 100 pig plucks were donated by Sage’s Meat Processing in Greenville for the students in the district to use. Pig plucks are anatomy pieces from a pig that include trachea, lungs and the diaphragm.
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