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.
There’s been no change in the name, and the location remains the same, but when it comes to improving customer experience, Wesco is marching full speed ahead.
It is that time of year again — the annual Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops concert.
St. Louis High School senior Tiffany Bittinger will be graduating this spring, which made her enjoyment of Friday’s Deaf Pride Day bittersweet.
Montcalm County government is trading in its computer backup system for a new one with more storage and an attractive price tag.
Funeral notices — Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015
It took the Belding Redskins less time to defeat the Alma Panthers than it took to drive to Shepherd High School. With a five-set district finals loss in 2014 fresh on their minds, the Redskins dispatched the Panthers in dominating fashion and straight sets at Shepherd on Thursday night. In near flawless play, Belding won 25-14, 25-9, 25-12 to win its sixth Class B district championship in eight years.
What started out as a class assignment has turned into a fulfilling life lesson for a few young students. Five students enrolled in Montcalm Community College’s (MCC) Early College program have created a free service for local residents as part of a year-long project. The group, creatively called “Leaf It To Us,” have been randomly choosing homes that need leaves raked and offering to do the raking for them for free.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Nov. 6, 2015
Sometimes life is all about being in the right place at the right time. When it comes to economic stimulation, Montcalm County has someone who is in the right place all the time: Kathy Jo VanderLaan. She is Montcalm County’s business development coordinator with The Right Place Inc.