When it comes to manufacturing in Montcalm County, there are few facilities as unique as K&W Tool and Machine Inc.
Funeral notices for Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015
It was all about strategy during the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Monday.
During her first official school board meeting, Superintendent Linda Van Houten gave her first official report.
Following another lengthy discussion by Carson City-Crystal school board members on the subject of permitting open carry on school property, Superintendent Kevin Murphy is now requesting the board reach a decision by January.
Driving is one of the fundamental rites of passage for any U.S. teenager. However, driving is a great responsibility, guided by choices behind the wheel. A wrong choice can have severe repercussions.
Don Kline, just a year out of Belding High School, did not want to go to Vietnam. Like most young men, all he really wanted was to get a job, date a girl or two, maybe start thinking about a career. But in March 1968, shortly before his 19th birthday, Don’s draft notice arrived. He was one of 44,000 young men who found their lives forever altered by a conflict — nobody official was calling it a war — half a world away.
Two separate cars were targeted for theft over the weekend in two separate townships.
On Sunday, the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office responded to two separate complaints of thefts from automobiles in Evergreen and Bushnell townships.
Montcalm County voters will likely be deciding more than a presidential primary in the March 8 election.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners today voted 8-0 to place a five-year Headlee override millage proposal on the ballot.
Funeral notices — Monday, Nov. 9, 2015
There is a growing industry that is allowing more and more people self-employed opportunities, both full-time and part-time. One only needs a voice.