The tightest race in Montcalm County came down to the sheriff’s next man in command. Voters convincingly chose Undersheriff Mike Williams to succeed longtime Sheriff Bill Barnwell on Tuesday. Barnwell is retiring at the end of this year and endorsed Williams to follow in his footsteps.
A former prosecutor turned judge emerged as the frontrunner over two attorney challengers Tuesday in the race for 8th Judicial Circuit Court, which covers Ionia and Montcalm counties.
The three candidates in the hottest race in Montcalm County were given one last chance to earn votes. Charlie Mahar, Charles Noll and Michael Williams had their final face off during a candidate forum Monday evening at Montcalm Community College’s Ash Technology Learning Center in Gr
The Daily News utilized the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) to obtain the personnel files of five candidates running for sheriff in two counties, in an effort to research the character and job performance of all five men.
A Wyoming man who was walking along a road early this morning was struck and killed by a motorcyclist.
A local man died in a motorcycle-tree accident Sunday night, but his body wasn’t discovered until Tuesday evening.
The Howard City Village Council unanimously voted to spend more than $1.4 million combined on a street project, new fire truck and ballfield fencing during Monday night’s meeting.
The Howard City Village Council unanimously voted to spend more than $1.4 million combined on a street project, new fire truck and ballfield fencing during tonight’s meeting.
Four meetings will be held throughout the Flat River Watershed to present water quality data and discuss recommendations to restore and protect the watershed.
Spanning 564 square miles in Kent, Montcalm, Ionia, and Mecosta counties and incorporating three major communities — Belding, Greenville, and Lowell — the Flat River Watershed is home to a lively biotic community and viable small mouth bass fishery. Incorporating 150 miles of stream channel, the Flat River and its tributaries are incredibly scenic and beloved for their recreation possibilities.
Justin Kass has watched an uncle do demolition derbies before and decided he wanted to do one, too.
Kass, of Howard City, got his love of running into other cars to pay off for him.