It’s not how you start that matters. It’s how you finish.
Entering the season, the senior duo of forward Evan Finch and Luke Morrell were expected to lead the offensive charge for the Plainwell boys’ basketball.
Plainwell’s Public Works Department Superintendent Rick Updike plans to retire.
A pair of local wrestling teams were part of the 17-team field to take part in the Jim Wade Family Classic Wrestling Invitational on Friday, Dec. 29.
To say the non-conference girls’ basketball game between host Plainwell and visiting Battle Creek Lakeview didn’t start the way Trojan coach Tim Rieman had been hoping would be an understatement.
The City of Plainwell has received a state grant which will help it maintain its water and sewer system into the future.
Plainwell City council members approved a site plan for Ace Parking Lot Striping at thir meeting Monday, Nov. 27.
Plainwell city council members approved several projects involving the sewer and water department with the largest totaling $30,550 to upgrade a lift station’s pumps.
The City of Plainwell’s audit report indicated it is “in an elite group” among municipalities for its financial practices.
Shopping local will be the theme of Shop Small Saturday Nov. 25, in downtown Plainwell. Stop by the Welcome Center in City Hall between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.