West Michigan has a shortage of snow, but no shortage of snow cone machines. The 13 counties of the West Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission (WMSRDC) each received a $900 Arctic Blast Sno-Cone machine earlier this year along with additional equipment through the Michigan Homeland Security Grant Program. Costs for the snow cone machines totaled $11,700.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011
Christmas is my favorite holiday. Not just because I get to unpack the collection of Santas my mom has sent me one year at a time since college. Or because I take great joy in arranging all of my angels on the fireplace hearth. I do love the day we bring up all the Christmas tree ornaments and drink eggnog and reminisce about how old I was when I made the Q-tip God’s eyes we still have or what my kids remember about making this ornament or that. And if it were up to me, Christmas music would play in my house from the start of November all the way through December.
Keith Krebill bagged a 285-pound elk cow while hunting just south of Johannesburg Dec. 8. The 30-year-old Lakeview man, accompanied by his father and father-in-law, downed the two-year-old elk after five days of tracking a herd.
A man pleaded guilty Thursday to shooting a rifle in his house during an argument with his girlfriend earlier this month. James Doolittle, 42, entered a guilty plea in 8th Judicial Circuit Court to attempted discharge of a firearm in a building and possession of marijuana.
A Sand Lake man is facing prison time after allegedly overdosing on drugs in a Walgreens restroom before fleeing a police officer by car and on foot. Justin Yost, 28, is charged with fleeing a police officer in the third degree. He waived his arraignment Thursday in 8th Judicial Circuit Court.
A report from the Dec. 8 Belvidere Township Board meeting.
A report from the Dec. 7 Douglass Township Board meeting.
A report from the Dec. 12 Lakeview Village Council meeting.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Dec. 23, 2011.