It’s the tale of two pullers. One is an experienced champion with a decorated resume in arm wrestling, while the other is an up-and-coming newcomer with rising potential.
esidents of Belding should make sure to bring their appetites to VFW Post 4406 Saturday afternoon for an inaugural barbecue competition.
The idea was born from the nostalgic feeling event organizers had about the forgone days of the Belding Apple Festival, according to one of the organizers, Bonita Steele.
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The Sheridan Village Council is talking about next steps to take with the former Carnation property on M-66.
Kathy Jo VanderLaan from The Right Place and Robert Anderson from ASTI Environmental gave an update on the status of the property during Tuesday night’s Village Council meeting.
When Carmin Barker first issued a call for some decision-making about Belding’s mascot more than six months ago, she thought there was one clear path in mind. She wanted her children to have an identity and she wanted the school board to bring back the Redskins.
The Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) Board of Education heard a presentation from Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Ali Barnes during Thursday morning’s regular meeting.
The Lakeview Wildcats won’t just be taking on the Ludington Orioles during Friday night’s football game in Lakeview.
The Greenville Board of Education will see a change following November’s regular meeting.
A Lakeview businessman has pleaded no contest to one of six counts of criminal sexual conduct (CSC) that are alleged to have taken place at his popular bowling alley, bar and restaurant.
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