On Friday, nearly two months after being hired for the full-time Greenville varsity head football coach position, Mike Ricco informed Greenville Athletic Director Brian Zdanowski that he’d be resigning from the position.
Next year, more than just Ionia County residents may have a chance to vote for Voet.
Ionia County District Court Judge Raymond Voet is planning to formally announce his candidacy for the Michigan Court of Appeals later this summer. He’s beginning to lay the groundwork now to run in November 2022 for the seat currently held by Judge David Sawyer who has been on that bench since 1986 and is being termed out due to age.
Join us at Glenkerry Golf Course on June 19 to tee off at 9 a.m. for a great day of golf while supporting the museum’s newest project: an outdoor flag display shaped like the Medal of Honor. The American flag in the center will be surrounded by the flags for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Marines on each point of the star. This display will honor those who have served, as well as those who are currently serving.
We will be honoring founding Fighting Falcon member, Bill Delp, again. Bill is currently living in Traverse City near his son. He won’t be there to greet you, but he promises that you will have a great day on the links.
The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is pleased to announce that 65 high school and 10 college students statewide are recipients of the 2021 Breaking Traditions Awards — including two montcalm Area Career Center students.
Each of these students overcame obstacles and stereotypes to succeed in career and technical education (CTE) programs considered non-traditional for their gender. These students are ”breaking traditions” by pursuing careers in which fewer than 25% of persons working in that field are their gender.