Lakeview Wildcat youth wrestling produces 17 state placers

Lakeview wrestlers took to the mat this past weekend at Wings Event Center in Kalamazoo to compete in the MYWAY Individual State Championship Finals.

MIKE TAYLOR: Nothing to gain in business venture

I’m too old to think about embarking on a new career, but I am anyway. Thinking about it, I mean. When it comes to big decisions, I do a lot of thinking and very little actual doing.

This case might be the exception, though. Why? Because I’ve finally found a job that’s easier than writing: doing nothing.

Montcalm, Ionia households struggling on ‘bare-bones’ budgets have become ‘rent-burdened’ due to flat wages, rising costs

When addressing the issue of affordable housing, one element of that crisis can be identified through a specific demographic of people — ALICE.

ALICE is an acronym used to identify those who are “Asset Limited Income Constrained and Employed.”

Questions raised about Douglass Township public notices, deputy treasurer votes

The Douglass Township Board did not properly publish notices of budget meetings/hearings recently, leading to multiple rescheduled meetings.

Also, the township’s deputy treasurer voted multiple times at the last regular board meeting — something state law forbids.

Douglass Township Board goes into closed session with attorney over ‘electronic security breach’

The Douglass Township Board met in closed session with their attorney on Tuesday afternoon to consider a written legal opinion concerning “an electronic security breach.”

The meeting was originally scheduled for Monday afternoon, but when the Daily News and multiple other residents arrived for that meeting, a notice on the township hall door said the meeting had been rescheduled for Tuesday.

Howard City home, cats safe after Tuesday fire

A quick response by Howard City firefighters saved an old home and three cats locked inside at the scene of a house fire Tuesday.

The Howard City Fire Department responded to reports of a structure fire at 607 W. Shaw Street, at the corner of N. Hemlock St., across from the Mobil gas station, around 6:13 p.m.

Belding schools, Ionia Community Theatre collaborate on ‘Little Mermaid’

Everyone’s favorite mermaid is taking the stage at the Belding High School Auditorium this weekend and next in a collaborative effort between the school and the Ionia Community Theatre.

One of the most beloved fairytales of all time, “The Little Mermaid,” is presented by the Ionia Community Theatre and IUE-CWA Local 436. The musical is suited for all ages.

Upcoming and pending services for March 31, 2022

Upcoming and pending services for March 31, 2022

Thursday, March 31, 2022