A Montcalm County sheriff’s deputy was shot with a cross bow Friday and a Michigan State Police trooper shot and killed the suspect in return.
With instruments in hand, stadium lights beaming down from above and an audience of peers and judges before them, the first breath on the turf of Legacy Field for hundreds of students Wednesday was followed by an exhale of nerves and the unknown.
When it comes to cancer treatment, is it a positive attitude that breeds success or success that produces a positive attitude?
If you ask cancer survivors Karen Herzog and Brenda Saladin, they might tell you it’s a little bit of both.
It’s taken about a year to finish construction and outfit with the facility with equipment, but a new wellness center is now open and accepting members. On Thursday, the Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health opened the doors of Wellness Works in Stanton. Open to the community at large, memberships are available for $20 per month or $192 per year.
Montcalm County’s new fiscal year budget has been approved, with the anticipated deficit set to be covered by the county’s fund equity … unless local voters can help.
Speaking at the first Legislative Update meeting Monday since he last addressed constituents in May, Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, picked up right where he left off — state road funding.
A lifelong resident of Michigan, Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, is well aware of how important the surrounding Great Lakes are to every resident of the “mitten state.”
From drinking water to recreation, and freighters shipping goods to the state’s vast fishing industry, the priority of protecting the state’s invaluable natural resource is always a concern for legislators.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the 2015-2016 budget after a public hearing today.
Montcalm Country Controller-Administrator Chris Hyzer presented a budget with estimated expenditures at $14.4 million and estimated revenue at $14.2 million for a deficit of almost $230,000.
Local publishing is alive and well thanks, in part, to the recent release of two new books by area authors. Prolific writers Verwayne Greenhoe and Dallas Lincoln both self-published books this past summer.
In a major victory for the defense, a Montcalm County judge has granted a motion to suppress a defendant’s murder confession, ruling the confession was illegally obtained by police.
Judge Donald Hemingsen released his opinion on the matter Wednesday after last Friday’s court hearing to consider a motion to suppress any and all statements made by Alan Morse, 48, of Sidney Township.