2021-10-02

Falling into fun at the Greenville Expo

Photos from the return of the annual Greenville Expo.

Women’s Action Network supports women, and the entire community

A local group with a long history of empowering women to be fully active participants in the world not only is alive and well, it continues to bring women together for the benefit of the community as well as their own advancement.

The Women’s Action Network (WAN) was formed in 2005.

Northview spoils Greenville’s homecoming, beats Jackets 42-0 in impressive defensive showing

When the Yellow Jackets had a first down on a nine-yard pass in their first offensive drive of the game, the players had no inkling that it would be their only such chain movement in the first half.

The Greenville varsity football team’s offense was stymied at home on Friday against the Northview Wildcats. In a game where Greenville (0-5) had little to no offensive momentum until late in the game when their reserves came in, the Jackets fell to Northview 42-0 during their homecoming game.

Sports roundup for Oct. 2, 2021

Sports roundup for Oct. 2, 2021

MAUREEN BURNS: A blend of nonsense and purpose

Some people come into our lives and just stay. They may even die, but they never leave you. I had such a friend who died 15 years ago this week.

Nelda Cushman epitomized that saying that a good life is a blend of nonsense and purpose. She had the nonsense part in spade

MCC announces scholarship awards


Montcalm Community College and the MCC Foundation are offering more than $400,000 in scholarship and aid for the 2021-2022 academic year.

STEVE MERREN: Mackinac fall

As the brisk air filled our lungs, and the vibrant colors of early fall absorbed all of our vision, my wife and I knew we were officially up north.

The fall has always been our favorite time of year. The hunting and fishing, the beautiful colors, and the holidays are fantastic, but we also celebrate our anniversary at the end of September. What better way to spend an important day than exploring the natural beauty of Mackinac Island?

AMISH COOK: Clothes for cold weather

Cool days are right around the bend. And yes, the children are ecstatic about it.

PUBLIC FORUM: We should take the lead of our farmers

Climate change is real and the farmers on our township boards understand this.

Belding interviews 6 candidates for open City Council seat

Decision to be made at Tuesday’s meeting

Six candidates interviewed for an open seat on the Belding City Council on Wednesday evening.

The City Council will vote at their next meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday who to appoint to fill a vacancy left by Douglas Feehan, who resigned from the City Council on Aug. 29. The term for the vacant seat expires in November 2022.