Home » Administrator (page 10)

Administrator

Officials seek public comments on Lake Michigan island plan

Officials are inviting the public to comment on a draft plan for managing Lake Michigan islands that are under the jurisdiction of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The plan deals with land administered by the DNR on Beaver, Garden, High, Hog, North Fox, South Fox and Whiskey islands. The agency hosted public meetings last year to hear ideas from ...

Read More »

Lloyd Avery, 86

Lloyd G. Avery, age 86, of Mendon, died Sunday, July 19, 2015 at Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo. He was born in Mendon on Feb. 4, 1929 the son of the late George C. and Alida (Wartz) Avery and was a lifetime resident of Mendon. He was married to Barbara Ann Male on Aug. 30, 1956. Barbara died in 2009. ...

Read More »

Man’s body is identified

State police have identified the man whose body was found in a Park Township residence that was the scene of suspicious activity a week ago. Troopers said an autopsy revealed the man’s identity as Phillip Glenn Feek Jr., 49 years of age. Preliminary findings based on the autopsy led investigators to conclude Feek died in October. Feek, a family member ...

Read More »

A petition signature drive is next

Members of TR Cares, which formed in April following the dismissal of three well-liked Three Rivers Community Schools administrators, plan a marathon signature drive this week. Sherrie Nowicki, who spearheaded the formation of TR Cares, said the group will meet Monday evening with several business owners offering their support behind an effort to recall board of education members Waneta Truckey, Carl ...

Read More »

25 kids participated in TRAM fishing event

About 25 kids who are part of the Three Rivers Area Mentoring program participated in Saturday’s “Reeling in the Future” fishing event on Corey Lake. The ninth annual event allowed participants to spend the morning with volunteers who offered their time, watercraft and fishing expertise. TRAM executive director Bobbi Schoon said for many of the participating kids, the experience was ...

Read More »

Colon Schools looking for volunteers

School officials in Colon are asking prospective volunteers to consider lending a hand during the upcoming annual Magi Pride Days. The event is dedicated to helping spruce up school buildings and grounds for the start of the academic year. This year’s two-day Magi Pride Days are 3 to 8 p.m. Aug. 13 and 14. Organized by Paige Smolarz, the sprucing-up ...

Read More »