2021-11-19

Greenville Public Schools consider plan for federal relief funds

As Greenville Public Schools nearly closes the door on more than $45 million in upgrades throughout its buildings thanks to bond funds, attention is now turning to an influx of several million more dollars in funding — this time in the form of federal relief. 

Sheridan business provides pet owners with urgent care during weekends

After-Hours Veterinary Emergency Services opens inside Sheridan Animal Hospital

During weekends, pet owners can sometimes find themselves in situations when they need access to emergency services.

Up until recently, those pet owners would likely have to drive to Grand Rapids, or perhaps even further, to get those services during irregular times.

Spectrum Health United Hospital recognized with an ‘A’ for safety


Spectrum Health United Hospital was awarded an “A” in the fall 2021 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing the hospital’s achievements protecting patients from harm and providing safer health care.

Belding High School Drama Club brings murder-mystery to the stage

If you haven’t a “Clue” what to do this weekend, get your game on, and take a move to Belding.

The Belding High School Drama Club proudly presents their latest production, a murder/mystery based on the Parker Brother’s Hasbro board game “Clue” and the the Paramount Pictures film “Clue.”

Slating honored as Realtor of the Year


In October, Bill Slating represented the Montcalm County Association of Realtors as its Realtor of the Year at the Michigan Realtors Convention held in Traverse City.

Greenville residents, business asks City Council to support marijuana

After having first approached city officials more than two years ago with a plea to allow medical marijuana provisioning centers in the community, Shawnee Bonner continues with that same plea today. 

Crystal Township eyes 10-year millage for Community Center

While details are far from finalized, the Crystal Township Board is beginning to firm up a potential plan as to how to proceed with the long-debated Community Center building.

Belvidere Township Planning Commission continues to work on wind, solar ordinances

As the Belvidere Township Planning Commission discussed their drafted wind and solar ordinances Tuesday evening, a furnace fan blasted so loudly that little to nothing could be heard in the old Six Lakes school gymnasium.

Carson City sets new office hours for city workers

Meeting in a new city administration building for the first time, the Carson City Council in a split vote decided to change its office hours.

Upcoming and pending services for Nov. 19, 2021

Today Diane Linton — 2 p.m., Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Greenville. (Hurst Funeral Home, Greenville) Marie Sweet — 11 a.m., Simpson Family Funeral Home, Sheridan. Dorothy L. Peiffer — 1 p.m., Church at Carson City. (Lux Funeral Home, Carson City) Rebecca Sue Mead — 11 a.m., House of Prayer, Haslett. (Christiansen’s Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, Greenville) Saturday Lanny V. Carr — 2 […]