Tri County 12, Reed City 1: The Vikings won the front end of a CSAA-Gold doubleheader Friday over the Coyotes for their first win of the season. Colton Harris went the distance and allowed three hits with seven strikeouts but hit four batters with pitches. Isaac Reams and Marcus Kimmel had two hits and two RBIs each…
“I felt that ever since I had this job that we’ve never known what we’re doing as far as our fund.” The eyebrow-raising admission was made by Commissioner Ron Braman of Vestaburg at a special Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday.
The Greenville Planning Commission did not have enough members for quorum Thursday evening, but they did listen to two requests for special land use. Mike Dykstra presented a request to have the property at 504 W. Montcalm St. be used as an adult foster care home, with up to as many as 12 rooms.
Closing county parks, closing MSU Extension one day per week, increasing document fees for residents, sending dead animals to a landfill … These were some of the suggested budget cuts presented to the Montcalm County finance committee on Monday as county officials work to scale back local government operations.
Would local municipalities be willing to help fund Montcalm County services as budget cuts loom? Four county department heads approached commissioners with this idea during a finance meeting Monday, but the chairman of the board found the proposal “offensive.”
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A familiar face will be filling a vacant seat on the Belding Area Schools Board of Education.
Andrea Booker, a previous board member, was reappointed during a special meeting Tuesday evening. She was appointed with a 4-2 vote, with Shannon Hummel and Doug Lamborne opposed.
Tri County Area Schools officials chose what felt like the first day of spring to begin Phase 1 of a five-part construction project.
A groundbreaking ceremony Thursday morning kicked off a $2.7 million sinking fund millage project approved by voters in February 2015. The goal of the 1.5 mill project is to enhance safety and security throughout the school district.
Hikers who enjoy walking a circuit around Pearl Lake are in for a treat this October.
That’s when workers will be finishing up a complete overhaul of Washington Street between Main and Maple streets.
Lakeview’s soccer team got its Central State Activities Association (CSAA) schedule off on the right foot Thursday. The Wildcats hung on to beat the Grant Tigers 4-3 in the first CSAA game of the season for them.