We women talk about a lot of things that used to be taboo: Our feelings, our periods, our boobs, finances. Discussion about body image also is becoming more open, but we still have a ways to go on this.
There’s one thing I don’t hear a lot of chatter about, though. And the funny thing is, when the topic does come up — amongst friends — it’s pretty obvious we’ve all got them: Lady whiskers.
Nate Lovell received an offer to continue his football career at Alma College.
Alma College has been quite a popular destination this year for the Daily News area student-athletes in the class of 2022, with four of them committing to continue their football careers for the Scots. Lovell had an opportunity to join Greenville’s AJ Fox, Carson City-Crystal’s Owen Blackport and Trevor Slee and his own Tri County teammate, Zach Princer. What a recruiting class it could have been.
While this community has several public parks offering a variety of amenities, one has stood out over time with little to offer — Tower Park.
That’s not to be confused with Tower Mountain Park, which serves as a starting point to hop on the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail, sled down Tower Mountain in the winter or play the wooded 18-hole disc golf course.
A new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request submitted by the Detroit Free Press to the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) was met with the same result on Friday as five months ago — denial.
Members of the MAISD Board voted 4-0, with Treasurer Kurt Peasley absent, to deny an appeal from the Detroit Free Press to a FOIA denial issued by MAISD Superintendent Kyle Hamlin in June.
Saturday night at Crystal Motor Speedway was another busy night with 149 cars in the pits. Blake Hollenbeck Auto Sales of Greenville sponsored the night, which featured a full show of all seven divisions plus the Hiram’s Lightning Sprints series.