The day this county’s community college is connected to its vast bicycle trailway system has been long been desired, but always out of reach. But now, that desire to connect Montcalm Community College (MCC) to the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail is officially in reach, as was stated during Tuesday morning’s MCC Board of Trustees meeting.
Britta Bernth has spent the past two years soaking up rays in Florida. At least that’s what she gets to tell her family and friends back home in Michigan. Really though, when not in class, Bernth spends most of her time on the golf course as a member of the Florida Southern College women’s golf team in Lakeland.
Straight out of a superhero movie, the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education is embarking on an epic quest to find a new superintendent. And time is of the essence.
Even without the likes of Bryce Harper, Giancarlo Stanton and Mike Trout, the latest incarnation of the Home Run Derby was awesome. Featuring brackets, time limits and bonus time, the event included some of the best new talent (Joc Pederson and Kris Bryant) against some of the best veterans (Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder) in the game today.
The goal of the summer football practice schedule is to get better each and every time out on the field. The Central Montcalm Hornets, under new coach David Clay, are showing that improvement from week-to-week. It also helps having a full squad to work with.
Greenville graduate Steve Eipper had the opportunity to go head-to-head with some of the best football players in Michigan and Ohio. Eipper competed in the Border Classic, which pits players from Michigan against players from Ohio on June 13. Michigan, for the second consecutive summer, defeated Ohio 24-7. The game was played at Wayne State University in Detroit. A Central Michigan University recruit, Eipper enjoyed the four-day experienced.
Read The Daily News for Thursday, July 16, 2015
EUREKA TOWNSHIP — Those looking to build an outbuilding in the township better consult the book of ordinances. The Eureka Charter Township Planning Commission discussed a standalone accessory building ordinance during its Wednesday night meeting. The planning commission held a public hearing on the ordinance but there were no residents in attendance to comment on [...]
If there is one thing that can draw a horde of business people together, after hours, on a Monday, it is the prospect of free money. Or at least mostly free.
Two Belding men were injured in a serious accident shortly before noon today on M-91 just north of Candlestone Inn. Deputies from the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office responded to the accident between Storey Road and Fisk Road around 11:48 a.m.