Raising her pig on her family’s property in Sidney over the past several months, Faith Thompson, 14, was looking forward to showing her animal at the Montcalm County 4-H livestock auction this week.
When hearing that the in-person auction was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Thompson was only somewhat taken aback.
Heartland Trail bridge structure preserved in all but one pier cap
Just hours after it had been ablaze from end to end, Lori Barnhill went on a morning dog walk with a friend June 11 to observe the status of the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail bridge.
The massive fire that had engulfed the crossing and lit up the dark sky was now out. All firefighters had cleared the scene, and to the untrained eye, it might appear that the bridge — still standing — was no different than before over the Flat River east of Water Works Park.
Ionia Public Schools is facing a more than $1.8 million deficit in its 2020-2021 general fund budget, with possible prorations in funding yet to come for the current budget year, which ends June 30.
One Board of Education member is calling on her current colleagues — and anyone considering running in November for one of the three board seats opening at the end of the year — to carefully consider the amount of time and energy they are willing to devote to serving, particularly during this time of financial uncertainly.
City council also chooses new mayor pro tem
The Carson City Council, wearing masks and meeting again this month in the fire barn to adhere to social distancing guidelines, quickly approved four items during its June 16 meeting.
The council approved the 2020-2021 budget, approved a resolution from the Michigan COVID-19 Response Plan.
Upcoming and pending services for June 23, 2020
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