Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013
Spectrum Health United Hospital will move forward next spring with plans to demolish one of its buildings to make space for a parking lot, which will help alleviate crowded lots. The special land use permit was unanimously approved by the Greenville Planning Commission on Thursday, because an off-site lot requires a special land use permit. The project will demolish the human resources building at the corner of Bower and Oak streets to allow for an approximate 20-space parking lot.
The Harlem Wizards, a show basketball team that combines talent and comedy, engaged and wowed a crowd of students, parents and community members at Central Montcalm High School during a Monday night game against a group of local adults and student athletes under the team name Hometown Hornets. Proceeds from the game will benefit the Central Montcalm Upper Elementary Parent Teacher Organization.
The Greenville Performing Arts Center suffered minor wind and water damage, causing at least one event to be postponed, after strong winds and heavy rain swept through the area Sunday evening. Greenville Public Schools Superintendent Peter Haines said a large amount of rain poured into the auditorium and onto the wooden stage after a large portion of the rubber roof membrane was peeled back during the storm, which also knocked out power to more than 2,000 people in Montcalm County.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Montcalm County officials are about to receive a set of picture encyclopedias. On Nov. 12, the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners approved writing a letter of intent to contract with Pictometry for a compilation of aerial photographs of county parcels.
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If you want folks to take an interest in your new line of pet supplies, it’s probably a good idea to make sure they have a pet. That was the thinking behind the pet adoption event held Saturday at Grant Bryan’s True Value Hardware store in Greenville.
A line of storms that traveled through the area Sunday evening and into the night knocked down trees and power lines, leaving more than 2,000 people without power in Montcalm County.
There was a Greenville reunion of sorts in Big Rapids on Saturday afternoon. Combined, the Ferris State Bulldogs and Northern Michigan Wildcats football teams featured four former Greenville Yellow Jackets. In addition to the players, plenty of family and friends made the trip to catch the regular season finale between the GLIAC rivals.
Carson City-Crystal’s cross country teams saw a mixed bag of results this season. The Eagles almost won the Mid-State Activities Conference in both boys and girls, but Montabella took the girls’ race and Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart won the boys race.