Bow season for whitetail deer is finally here in Michigan and for many hunters around the state, the premise of taking one of these animals with a more primitive hunting tool is a challenge well accepted.
Deer season, in general, is celebrated very heavily here. In fact, Michigan has a reputation for having the heaviest deer hunting population in the country. So, what does that mean for the deer and the hunters in the woods this time of year?
At the new CoffeeFix Tech Repair and Coffee House at 3192 Commerce in Ionia, you can enjoy a delicious pastry or sandwich and an excellent cup of coffee, you can have your broken electronic devices fixed — or you can do both.
The shop opened on Sept. 6 and they have already hired 12 employees to keep up.
Up 12-7 in the fourth set of Thursday night’s game at home, the Central Montcalm volleyball team was all smiles — they were on their way to closing out a victory on senior night.
But the Green Hornets’ opponent, Grant, had other plans. The lead evaporated, the Tigers chipped away at the lead and took the momentum away from the Hornets. The Tigers would win the set, 25-21, forcing a fifth set to decide the match.
As Greenville Public Schools celebrates its homecoming festivities on Legacy Field this evening, students, staff and alumni will come together to reunite, boasting their school pride in a blend of purples and golds.
But for one significant member of that group, the celebration will be bittersweet as her 37-year tenure with the district comes to a close.
Sidney Township officials continued the lengthy process of drafting a short-term rental ordinance, this time with the help of their attorney during a special meeting Wednesday evening.
Even as the ordinance continues to be refined, Michigan House Bill 4722 and Senate Bill 446 are currently pending at the state legislature level, both of which would preempt a township’s local zoning authority to regulate short-term rentals.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy will soon have a second acquisition grant application in from Crystal Township.
In a 4-1 vote at a special meeting on Wednesday, the Crystal Township Board voted to approve an application for a grant totaling $50,000, with the township committing to pay a partial match of $15,000 from its general fund, to purchase the go-kart track property near Crystal Township Park without the building that’s currently standing there.
Who are you? I am Cheryl McInnis-Smith, I was born in Port Huron, moved to Howard City when I was 18 months old and have been here ever since. I am the director of the Timothy C. Hauenstein Reynolds Township Library and a Village Council trustee for the village of Howard City.