Congratulations to Montcalm Community College President Bob Ferrentino, who has been appointed to the Michigan Education Trust Board of Directors.
There had to have been a lot of anticipation in the audience as Gov. Rick Snyder gave his 2013 State of the State address Wednesday evening. We came away from the occasion wondering if the expectations were largely in vain. This was to be about the sate of the state. We got an admirable picture of where we’ve been and what part of the relentless positivity has been achieved. Only we in Michigan always want to know not just what have you done for us lately, but where do we go from here?
A taxi-cab service has received permits from the Greenville City Council to start and operate its business in and around Greenville. During Tuesday night’s regular scheduled meeting, a recommendation from Greenville Assistant City Manager Cameron Van Wyngarden was presented to the council to approve a permit for Busy Bee Taxi LLC.
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A single-vehicle accident Wednesday night left one lane closed on M-91 before completely closing the road this morning. A 22-year-old driver from Belding, was driving his truck north on Lafayette when his truck left the roadway and struck the utility pole, said Greenville Department of Public Safety Director Michael Pousak.
Carson City-Crystal’s girls basketball team is now the leader in the Mid-State Activities Conference – sort of. The Eagles, who trailed Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart in the standings by a game, grabbed a share of the lead from the Irish with a 42-24 victory at home Wednesday night.
Needing only one win to clinch a Central Michigan Athletic Conference title, the Carson City-Crystal Eagles had it easy. The Eagles were the beneficiary of eight forfeits by Dansville to win their dual meet 55-15 Wednesday night.
Montabella 2-0 at Fulton: The Mustangs closed out CMAC play with a 66-15 win over Fulton and a 65-9 win over Laingsburg Wednesday night. Winning both their matches for Montabella was Nick Boyer (103), Tristan Viglianco (125), Dalton Kuklewski (135), Zach Taubitz (140), Mike Hyde (145), Joey Durham (152), Jonny Durham (171) and Hunter Myers (285)…
When you’ve lived a life as rich and full as former Trufant resident Lynne Andrews-Britt, chances are you’re going to forget a thing or two along the way. Memory, like elusive mercury freed from a thermometer, has a way of slipping from our grasp just when we’d most like to hang onto it.
Baldwin Heights Elementary School received one of its largest checks just by collecting Box Tops. According to boxtops4education.com, Box Tops for Education has helped schools earn more than $475 million since 1996.