Meeting in a barn with several large garage doors open, the first in-person meeting of the Coalition of Greater Greenville was unique.
Six months into the coronavirus pandemic, meeting in an outdoor setting, wearing masks and sitting six feet apart, the setting served as a reminder that nothing is the same with COVID-19 throwing a wrench into nearly every aspect of life.
Cole Dailey’s four touchdowns lead Vestaburg to 28-6 victory over Onekama
Entering Saturday’s season-opening contest against Onekama, Dan Ryckman said his Vestaburg players didn’t know if they could come out with a win or not.
Given that the program hasn’t played Onekama since 2013 and they had no tape on this year’s iteration of the team, Vestaburg’s head coach admitted he wasn’t sure how the game would turn out.
One month into the school year, schools districts across the state continue to work through the challenges of offering in-person learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the first of such districts to return to in-person learning was the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD), having begun the school year Aug. 17.
Carson City-Crystal Area Schools recently installed a new gym floor for the Community Fieldhouse inside the upper elementary, middle and high school building.
Read sports roundups for Monday, Sept. 21, 2020.
As municipalities continue to work through a field of unknowns regarding budgetary concerns and state revenue sharing, this city is soon expecting to receive some additional funding through the CARES Act.
During Tuesday’s meeting, City Manager John Niemela provided the Belding City Council with an update as to where the city is at in receiving CARES Act funding from the federal government.
Read upcoming and pending services for Monday, Sept. 21, 2020.
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