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I have operated over the past 10 or so years on the idea that there’s really no place on my emotional spectrum for regret.

I had a fantastic therapist when I was going through my divorce a decade ago who told me not to marinade in either regret or guilt because they are emotions that really don’t help us better our lives or move beyond certain situations. I’ve taken that advice to heart. 

Aldi and Starbucks move closer to opening in Greenville

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A bargain grocery store and a popular coffee shop are both making progress toward opening in Greenville.

An Aldi supermarket is tentatively slated to be finished with construction by late summer or early autumn, while Starbucks may begin interior renovations as soon as this month — both to be located on the city’s west side.

7th marijuana facility headed to Edmore

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A seventh marijuana facility is headed to this small village of about 1,200 residents.

The Edmore Planning Commission voted 3-1 last Thursday after holding a public hearing to approve a special land use permit for a marijuana grow facility at 655 E. Main St.

Greenville City Council approves purchasing 2 new police cruisers

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Following two years of supply chain issues and other uncertainties as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, a need for public safety is finally being addressed, albeit slightly over budget. 

The Greenville City Council voted unanimously on July 19 on two requests totaling more than $90,000 from Greenville Department of Public Safety Director Dennis Magirl. 

Four local racers win at rain-shortened Crystal Motor Speedway event

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Saturday night at Crystal Motor Speedway was another busy night with 129 cars in the pits, despite the forecast of rain later in the evening. Todd Schorle for State Representative sponsored the evening.

Late Model action saw Nate Hurley of Brown City pick up the win over Dillion Kohn of Sheridan, Riley Bowen of Sheridan, Scott Baker of Ionia and Derrick Hilliker of Midland. Hilliker and Bowen grabbed the checkers in the preliminary events.

8 MCC students earn high honors

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Eight Montcalm Community College students recently earned high honors during the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas.
More than 6,000 students competed at all levels from across the nation. All MCC students finished in the top 10 for their events.

Danish Dash returns to Greenville on Aug. 20

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The Danish Dash 5K run/walk and kids half mile fun run/walk stroll into town the morning of Aug. 20 as part of this year’s Greenville Danish Festival. This is an all-around fun race and one you won’t want to miss!

Both the 5K run/walk and the kids fun run/walk will take place at Baldwin Heights Elementary School, located at 821 W. Oak Street in Greenville. 

Sparrow Carson Hospital names emergency medical director

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Sparrow Carson Hospital is pleased to announce Dr. Sarah Stadel as its new Emergency Department medical director, leading a highly skilled team providing compassionate care through the hospital’s nationally recognized emergency services.

Spectrum Health United Hospital receives national recognition for high-quality stroke care

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Spectrum Health United Hospital recently received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines Stroke Silver Plus with Target: Type 2 Diabetes Honor Roll award.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022