“The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek” by Kim Michele Richardson is the book everyone will be reading as the 2022 One Book One County Montcalm selection.
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Montcalm Community College graduates 234 students.
Who are you? My name is Stacy Young. I grew up and spent most of my adult life in northern Indiana. I am starting my third year as president of Montcalm Community College.
Brad Krause, founder of Service Professor Inc., and Montcalm Community College student Megan Martin will address graduates and their guests during MCC’s 55th Annual Commencement ceremony on May 6.
Local community college students from Grand Rapids Community College, Muskegon Community College and Montcalm Community College were recently honored for their impressive academic achievements and named to the state’s Academic Team within Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), a national honor society for high-achieving college students.
After two years of the coronavirus pandemic causing a lack of ability to meet in person, especially in great numbers, employers and job seekers welcomed with open arms an opportunity to finally gather together in an environment connecting the two in great numbers.
Montcalm County commissioners are recommending spending another $2.7 million of their American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money on the Road Commission, the Prosecutor’s Office and the Mid-Michigan District Health Department.
Meanwhile, a nearly $800,000 request from Montcalm Community College was tabled.
Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices, announced Tuesday that they would be recruiting for a number of positions at the Montcalm Community College Job Fair on March 22.
Months after being approached about the potential sale of a parcel of property, Montcalm Community College will be parting ways with a small strip on its Greenville campus.
During Tuesday’s MCC Board of Trustees meeting, the board voted unanimously, with Trustee Bob Marston unable to vote due to attending the meeting virtually, to sell a piece of property on the college’s Greenville campus to the Greenville Armory.
Jeremiah Moore joined the Marine Corps right out of high school, was deployed and served in Afghanistan, then returned home to Lakeview in 2014.
He started working in a series of dead-end jobs and got into some trouble, which introduced him to the court system. He developed a bit of a drinking problem. One night, he was “highly intoxicated” and got into an altercation with his brother, ending up in jail.