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'Everything is gone' - Fire destroys Greenville business, owner hopes to rebuild in community

MONTCALM TOWNSHIP, Mich. - The owners of a Greenville-area building company say they won't let a fire stop them from doing business in the community. The Friday fire at American Classic Roofing and Building Supply on Peck Road was so intense that it is still not completely out three days later, desp

FOX17 - 2018-01-16 02:03:50

Monday clipper might be the last one for a while

Map: Alberta clipper will move east into Southern Lower Michigan The timing of the light snow will correspond with the morning commute. This will create slippery conditions in many areas. The evening commute will most likely be affected south of I-96. >>Inside woodtv.com: Traffic conditions The Nati

WOOD - 2018-01-15 12:51:09

IN BRIEF: Organizational changes made to Belding School Board

BELDING - After three consecutive years as Belding's School Board President, Timothy Flynn handed over the presidents seat to Debra Bach. Along with nominating Bach as board president, Flynn nominated Trustee Terry Boni as vice president, Trustee Doug Lamborne as secretary and Trustee Shannon Hummel

DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Winter Weather Advisory issued for much of the area

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for most of the FOX 17 viewing area. That advisory takes effect at 11:00 tonight, and goes through 7:00 tomorrow night. Kent, Muskegon, Ottawa, and Ionia counties southward are in this advisory, which was issued

FOX17 - 2018-01-14 21:30:45

End of an era: Manciu turns over the scissors to Hayes Six

IONIA - On Feb. 3, 2007, Jack Manciu took occupancy of 320 W. Main St. as Manciu's Main Street Salon Barber & Spa. Eleven years later, he has retired as salon owner and sold the business to Joanne Hayes Six, longtime operator and leader. "Jo has always been the steam behind the engine. Anyone else o

IONIA SENTINEL-STANDARD - 2018-01-14 20:00:00

Ron Wilson: We need support to continue first-class education

Dear Community Members: 2018 offers a plethora of opportunities and challenges for our community and schools. How we choose to handle them will be driven by our mindset or attitude. It is a well-held precept that attitude is the key ingredient to success in school, parenting, relationships, and busi


3 IHS musicians picked for state jazz ensemble

IONIA - Three Ionia High School students have been selected for the 2018 Michigan All-State Jazz Ensemble. After the 2,000 audition recordings were listened to by judges, Jon Gerdes, Ben Toaz and Will Erskine are among the top jazz high school musicians in Michigan, said Scott Beyer, director of ban


Ionia library redesign options to be revealed Tuesday

IONIA - The Ionia Community Library will soon come one step closer to discerning where its future home will be. The deadline for design firms to submit their proposals for a feasibility study to help the library select the best construction plan to meet its future service needs is Tuesday afternoon


Crews work to clear snow-covered roads in the Branson area

BRANSON, Mo. -- The snow has made traveling slow around the Branson area. Mayor Karen Best reports crews are snow-plowing snow-covered roads in the city. Those same crews pretreated the roads Saturday. Those crews will work through the night to prepare for the next round. Mayor Best adds roads are s

KSPR.COM - 2018-01-14 22:24:00

Despite Cold Branson Weather, Family Reconnects for Annual Shopping Spree

BRANSON, Mo. -- Snow plows were out in full force, but with the steady and heavy snowfall in Branson, some roads were deemed just too steep for drivers to take on. Fortunately, there weren't many vehicles on the roads. Although many businesses were closed because of the weather, die-hard original j

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-01-16 00:18:59

Boone County Jail roster from Jan. 1 - 8

Recent arrivals and departures Aaron T. Anderson, 30, of Harrison was booked in March 18 (2017) at 4:39 a.m. on a bond surrender with new bond set at $5,000 and a warrant for probation violation with bond set at $1,755 cash only, but held without bond on an alias bench warrant. Released Jan. 4 after

HARRISONDAILY.COM - 2018-01-14 15:00:00

VIEWER PICTURES: Check out the snowy scenes from viewers across the Ozarks

Thanks to all of our viewers for sharing these snowy snapshots from Sunday. Share yours here: CLICK HERE. Read the original version of this article at www.ky3.com. Shannon Thanks to all of our viewers for sharing these snowy snapshots from Sunday. Share yours here: CLICK HERE. Read the original ve

KSPR.COM - 2018-01-14 19:44:00

Ozarks road crews brave hills and curves to clear streets in Stone and Taney Counties

It's been a dangerous day for many drivers throughout the Ozarks, but ice and snow especially don't mix well with hills and curves. The weather and the terrain makes the job of clearing the roads even tougher in some of the Ozarks more mountainous counties. Branson street worker Danny Davis says it

KSPR.COM - 2018-01-16 01:41:00

Clubs and events - 1.14.18

Bingo: Meets at noon Sunday at VFW Post No. 8845, 3005 Tilles Ave. River Valley Writers: Members meet at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fort Smith Public Library, 3201 Rogers Ave. Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No. 208: Members meet at 3 p.m. Sunday for shuffleboard and games at 3321 S. 66th St. Ellig-Stoufe


Young writers read board message

ALPENA - Sometimes a school assignment can lead to something more, especially for creative students. Three third-grade students in Holly Kelley's class attended last week's school board meeting with a message from the student body. Kelley accompanied Ashlynn Matthews, Peyton Wise and Jaxon Hill to t


Christian County MU Extension to open Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

University of Missouri Extension's Christian County Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site will be open from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Mondays in the Christian County MU Extension Office, 105 N. Second St., Ozark. Beginning Jan. 16, call (417) 581-3558 or (888) 504-0443 to make an appointment for free tax prep

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2018-01-14 20:47:00

Union County Conference boys' and girls' basketball standings and overall records as of Jan. 15 here

1-Linden (2-0) 2-Patrick School (1-0) 3-Roselle Catholic (0-0) 4-Elizabeth (1-1) 5-Plainfield (0-3) MOUNTAIN DIVISION (4 schools): 1-St. Mary's, Elizabeth (3-0) 2-Union Catholic (1-1) Union (1-1) 4-Westfield (0-3) VALLEY DIVISION (7 schools): 1-Rahway (4-0) 2-Scotch Plains (3-0) 3-Summit (

UNIONNEWSDAILY.COM - 2018-01-15 16:06:40

Lumen Center tells Winter/Spring programs

Learning How to Live an Intuitive and Spirit Buided Life will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at the Caldwell Dominican Motherhouse, 1 Ryerson Ave. Supper will be at 5:30 p.m. with the presentation from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m. The fee is $25 to $35 (pay within one's means). Registration would be appreciated b

NEWJERSEYHILLS.COM - 2018-01-15 18:49:00

B'nai Shalom to Hold Gift-it-4Ward Tu B'Shevat Family Tree Havdalah Celebration

WEST ORANGE, NJ - A child-friendly Tu B'Shevat Seder and a holiday sing-a-long will be among the highlights of the Gift-it-4Ward Tu B'Shevat Family Tree Havdalah Celebration at B'nai Shalom in West Orange on Saturday, Jan. 27 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. "We were thrilled to have over 60 people atten

TAPINTO.NET - 2018-01-16 03:42:00

Snow expected to arrive Tuesday morning

The region, or at least some parts of it, might get a little more snow Tuesday than originally expected. The National Weather Service says winter weather advisories are in effect until 5 a.m. Wednesday in Sullivan County, 7 a.m. Wednesday in Ulster County and 1 p.m. Wednesday in Orange County. The C

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-15 20:36:10