A Sheridan man has been bound over for trial in two sexual assault cases involving two young girls over a period of years.
Matthew Todd Lincoln, 43, appeared in Montcalm County District Court on June 8 for a preliminary examination on seven charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC). After Judge Adam Eggleston heard testimony from one of the girls, he bound the case over for trial in Montcalm County Circuit Court, where a second sexual contact case is also pending involving Lincoln and the same two girls.
“Improvements to dining rooms” — Edsall’s Dining Rooms have lately been reconstructed for the more perfect convenience of his numerous customers. The first floor with its gushing soda fountain is adapted more particularly to food lunches, the sale of confectionery, lemonade, oysters, etc. The second floor has been fitted up especially for ladies dining rooms and ice cream parlors.
After 38 years of working in education at Greenville Public Schools — the last seven as its superintendent — Linda Van Houten, with mixed emotions and a heavy heart, will be stepping away at the end of the summer to embrace retirement.
During Monday’s regular monthly meeting of the GPS Board of Education, Board President Norice Rasmussen announced that Van Houten, 59, had submitted her letter of resignation, effective Aug. 31.
One person has been found dead after firefighters responded to a barn fire Tuesday morning.
At approximately 10:31 a.m., firefighters from the Lakeview District Fire Department, receiving automatic mutual aid from the Montcalm Township Fire Department, responded to the report of a barn fire at 10776 Hillis Road.
The Edmore Village Council voted to approve three variance requests for a new urgent care facility on 1021 E. Main Street at Monday’s meeting.
During the public hearing Carol and Alvin Arntz, owners of the property to the north of the proposed doctor’s office, asked City Manager Justin Lakamper to clarify how close the building would be to their home.
The Montcalm Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program was blessed by a generous donation from Rockford Construction’s 2021 Charitable Heart Award recipient, Brenda Wallin, as she chose to donate her entire award amount plus additional funds her co-workers contributed, an amount totaling $2,346 to the Montcalm CASA program.