2021-06-04

Belding Beatnik Bazaar readies for sixth season, first event set for June 12

As summer begins and things return to some level of normalcy, residents and out-of-town visitors alike will once again flock to the Gathering Place on the second Saturday of each month for the Belding Beatnik Bazaar.

Now in its sixth year, marketmaster Jenny Bennett says she’s expecting this year’s bazaar to be an even bigger, more significant event than ever before.

Greenville man ordained to Sacred Order of Deacons

Although Logan Weber knew from a very young age that he wanted to become a priest, it wasn’t always a direct path in getting there.

Logan, the son of Charles and Kimberly Weber of Greenville, graduated from Greenville High School in 2012 and then went to Ferris State University where he majored in plastics engineering technology.

‘Always with me’

CC-C seniors prepare for graduation after sustaining loss

Graduating high school and entering a new chapter of life isn’t easy.

For Carson City-Crystal High School seniors like Brett Jones and Hannah Patin, the road to graduation has been more difficult than some.

Greenville City Council hears comment on proposed Baldwin Lake utility service agreement 

As this city and surrounding Eureka Township prepare to move forward with a new utility service agreement, some residents affected by the agreement have expressed concerns and disappointment with the plan as drafted. 

During Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council received comments on a proposed utility service agreement between the city and the township, which will apply to residents of both municipalities who utilize the Baldwin Lake sewer system. 

Lume Cannabis Co. launches adult-use marijuana sales in Cedar Springs


Lume Cannabis Co. began offering high-quality cannabis products for adult-use customers in Cedar Springs and surrounding communities on May 29.

Douglass Township supervisor: ‘This township will not end up in court’ over wind ordinance

After taking care of monthly township business Wednesday evening — which only took three minutes — the Douglass Township Board then heard more than an hour of public comment on the topic of wind turbines.

Belding marijuana amendment could allow for up to eight growing licenses at new location

A zoning ordinance amendment may allow for a marijuana facility to acquire up to eight growing licenses, if approved by the Belding City Council.

On Tuesday, the City Council held the first reading of a zoning ordinance amendment that, if passed, would accommodate for an additional marijuana grower within the city.

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Sparrow Carson Hospital names Hagerman as DAISY honoree

Sparrow Carson Hospital has recognized Emergency Department Manager Sara Hagerman, RN, as a DAISY Nurse Leader honoree.

Hagerman has been a registered nurse at Sparrow Carson since July 2004, and a manager in the Emergency Department since November 2014. She is dedicated to her responsibilities as a manager, spending countless hours a day at the hospital ensuring her staff’s needs are meet, her department is running smoothly, and above all, the patients who come to Sparrow Carson’s Emergency Department receive exceptional, efficient care.

Upcoming and pending services for June 4, 2021

Upcoming and pending services for June 4, 2021