Sunday, June 26, 2022

New member appointed to Greenville City Council

New member appointed to Greenville City Council

In having his name on the ballot come November, Jay Linton was hopeful he could be elected by his peers as the next member of the Greenville City Council. But on Tuesday evening, that goal was achieved three months early, as the longtime Greenville resident was unanimously appointed to fill the vacant seat of former councilman Lloyd Scoby, who resigned July 18.

Eureka Township Board purchases new flag poles for township hall

Eureka Township Board purchases new flag poles for township hall

Looking to improve the grounds of Eureka Township Hall, three flags may soon be waving overhead to greet those with local business. During Monday evening’s Eureka Township Board meeting, Supervisor Rod Roy brought forth bids for three new flag poles, as well as a potential new cemetery sign and LED lighting for the township hall.

No charges filed against Eureka Township clerk

No charges filed against Eureka Township clerk

No charges will be filed regarding an incident with the Eureka Township clerk in last May’s bond vote for Greenville Public Schools.

Central Montcalm school board hears plans for new school year

The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education received a report from administrators Monday evening regarding updates to the District School Improvement Plan. Administrators from all four school buildings shared with the four board members in attendance the goals they have for the upcoming school year.

Growing success

Growing success

Joseph Conley knows all too well the feeling of defeat even before a match has started. It was the reoccurring situation in every match his Greenville tennis team face last year, owing to not having a full team. The second-year coach has a full team this year, however, having recruited eight newcomers, giving Conley a solid 13 players to compete and it has already paid off in the team’s opening season win at Wyoming High School’s four team tournament Wednesday.

Running on full horsepower

Running on full horsepower

With as many as 15 seniors on this year's squad, Montabella Mustangs coach Shaun Balhorn and his varsity football team have high expectations for this year.

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