Established at the historic site where John Green first settled in 1844, the first floor of the Flat River Museum was dedicated on Oct. 10, 1972. Soon, the second floor was transformed into a 1900’s streetscape, with period rooms depicting early Greenville businesses and homes.
PUBLIC FORUM: Keep an eye on local government
I see by the Daily News article from Sept. 20 that Apex “Clean Energy” is now delving into solar farms for Montcalm County.
WOODS & WATER: Researchers find juvenile sturgeon in Grand River, hopeful to continue restoring the rapids
Restoring the Grand River to its original state with rapids running rampant has been the goal for researchers with Grand Rapids Whitewater, the Grand Rapids Public Museum and others for over a decade.
The organization has provided education on the Grand River, which runs through downtown Ionia, and other why its restoration is so important for years, too.
MAUREEN BURNS: So, what’s a princess to do?
If you are like me, you may have wondered, who is Princess Anne?
I never saw the TV show, “The Crown.” Maybe they covered her.
PUBLIC FORUM: Lions say thanks
Gosh it sure is fun to belong to The Lions Club.
Vicious Vikings victoriousVikings defense forces eight turnovers; Tri County moves to 6-0 after 58-14 victory over Central Montcalm
Phil Butler and the Tri County Vikings weren’t about to take a trip to Stanton lightly — they know how tough it is to play there.
The Vikings and the Green Hornets have had some instant-classic battles on the gridiron since Scott Cripe took over as the Hornets’ head coach in 2019 and Butler fully expected another one, despite the Hornets record sitting at 1-4 coming into the game.
STEVE MERREN: Our brother of the north
For years, I have been awed by Michigan’s magnificence and, even though I’ve seen much of what the state has to offer, there always seems to be something more to see.
From the woods to the waters, this amazing state offers everything any outdoors enthusiast could want, on multiple fronts. While the Lower Peninsula may be my home, the Upper Peninsula is quite an extraordinary place to visit from time to time.
Greenville football falls behind against GR Christian, mental mistakes lead to homecoming loss
Tom Hallock stood in front of his Greenville football players with the Friday night darkness repelled by the stadium lights at Legacy Field.
But there was a proverbial cloud over Hallock and the Yellow Jackets after their 33-12 homecoming loss to Grand Rapids Christian.
WOODS & WATER: Deer harvest reporting is mandatory starting in 2022 season
Licensed deer hunters this season and beyond will be required to report all deer they harvest through the Michigan DNR website or the Michigan DNR Hunt Fish app.
The change from optional to mandatory is taking place this season after the Michigan Department of Natural Resources made online harvest reporting optional last season as a way to get hunters acclimated to the new system.