Roger and Kelly Martin’s five-year business plan for Crystal Lake ATV & Marine didn’t include a three-month-long state-ordered shutdown during their third year of business.
After evaluating the situation and the hand dealt to them, Roger and Kelly have decided to close their small-engine repair business for good.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce is hopeful July event will promote social distancing and provide business
Speaking to members of Greenville City Council on Tuesday evening, Gae Wolfe posed the most peculiar of questions, generating a round of laughter in the process.
“How many steps does it take to burn off a corn dog?” she asked.
Three women with a combined 85 years of teaching experience are retiring from their jobs at Tri County Area Schools.
Linda Bolf, Jill Singleton and Michele VanderVelde have all spent most of their career with Tri County, primarily at Sand Lake Elementary School.
Tri County Area Schools may see its fund balance slashed by half when the new school year begins.
Finance Director Kathi Coffin gave an update on the current fiscal year budget and the upcoming fiscal year budget during a virtual June 8 meeting of the Board of Education.
After hearing a presentation from Belding Police Chief Dale Nelson about the department’s use of force policies, the Belding City Council unanimously approved the renewal of the city’s collective bargaining agreement with the Police Department for an additional four years.
The Belding City Council met in person Tuesday with social distancing guidelines in place at the Belrockton Historical Museum.
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