Hubbapalooza V is slated for July 15-16 in Hubbardston. This year’s goal is to raise funds for Angels of Hope and the Michigan Association for Suicide Prevention.
Gus Macker has expanded recreational services in Belding from basketball tournaments to events on a city-wide level.
In a partnership with the city of Belding, Gus Macker — which is hosting its Greenville event this weekend — has agreed to serve as the hub for recreation coordination efforts, not only for city-sponsored events but also for private group events.
An alleged drunken driver struck a firefighter’s pickup truck early Thursday morning as emergency personnel were attending to a crash that had happened about an hour earlier.
At approximately 1:06 a.m., officials were dispatched to a two-car accident at the intersection of 14 Mile (M-57) and Wabasis roads.
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A 12-year-old boy died after the off-road vehicle he was driving hit a bump and rolled over.
Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies and Montcalm County Emergency Services responded to the accident at 12:41 p.m. today on private property on the 4000 block of East Boyer Road.
Standing on the northern shore of Baldwin Lake, Bob Hemmingsen couldn’t contain his excitement as he glanced out at many smiling faces.
The director of Greenville Optimist Camp Wah Wah Tay See was overseeing fishing and boating activities Wednesday morning, and the participating campers weren’t shy.
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Michael Adams stopped one man from dumping old carpeting at the Montcalm Township recycling site Wednesday, even as a woman separately began arguing with Adams about why she couldn’t leave her trash there. “This lady was arguing with me, ‘why, why?’ I said it’s not on the sign, it’s not recyclable,” recalled Adams, frustration apparent in his voice. “It’s always been bad, but the last six months it just got out of control.”
A Belding City Council appointment to a local board has created some controversy. During Tuesday evening’s meeting, council members approved the appointment of Sharon Carlson of Orleans Township to the recreation advisory board. The problem with the appointment, noted Otisco Township resident Jeff Hunter, is that Carlson does not live within the city limits nor has she lived within the city limits in the last year.
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