An Ionia County judge opined at a Portland man’s sentencing that his attorney painted a more ominous picture of the client’s health in previous hearings than documentation from his doctor suggests.
An Ionia prisoner who masturbated during a parole interview will spend at least another two years behind bars.
Marquise Howard Dilworth, 37, was sentenced in Ionia County Circuit Court on July 27 to from 24 to 36 months.
Claire Akin wasn’t originally setting out to pursue her running career further in college.
As she started to look for her perfect college fit, the Central Montcalm senior was getting interest from a few schools for her running ability, both in track and cross country. In talking with the colleges, she realized she wasn’t done exploring the capabilities of her running career just yet.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners in the third of a series of budget meetings tentatively approved wage increases for the prosecutor and several others, but declined to even vote on a similar request from the sheriff.
The wind storm Saturday evening did considerable damage to the neighborhood four miles northeast of this city.
As this community moves toward legalizing the commercial growing, processing and retail sale of marijuana, city officials are continuing to work out the logistics of how ordinances will regulate the new industry.
During the July 22 meeting of the Greenville Planning Commission, commissioners began getting into the details of two zoning ordinances sent to them earlier this summer by the Greenville City Council.
Evidence shows that breastfeeding provides many short and long-term maternal and infant health benefits, as well as economic and community benefits. August is set aside as a month to highlight breastfeeding, the health risks associated with not breastfeeding, and ways in which everyone can help promote and support successful breastfeeding.
A short and otherwise unremarkable Cato Township Board meeting ended in a bit of an uproar Monday evening after the supervisor made an unexpected declaration.
As the meeting was drawing to an end after about 15 minutes of regular business, a man in the audience of more than 30 people asked, “Where do we stand on this wind turbine stuff?”
Despite being one of the best volleyball players in the area, Carson City-Crystal’s Grace Tyler didn’t receive college offers to continue her career.
A Daily News Runner-Up for Player of the Year in volleyball her senior year after totaling 233 kills and 244 digs, Tyler was left without an offer to go play volleyball at the college level. As time passed, she tried to justify the situation.
The Montcalm County sheriff has clarified that his office is neutral on the subject of wind energy.