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Middleville's new community pavilion in Lions Sesquicentennial Park was packed Saturday with visitors to Heritage Days and the first Barry BrewFest sponsored by the Barry County Chamber of Commerce. - by Tim McAllister contributing reporter Heritage Days was a wet, windy celebration in downtown Middleville last weekend, but it didn't stop the annual community celebration or dampen the spirits of those attending the first annual Barry County BrewFest sponsored by the Barry County Chamber of Commerce. Comment?
By Julie Makarewicz Staff Writer There's still time to catch the action at the 164th Barry County Fair that continues through Saturday night. Although the forecast calls for some pretty high temperatures, fair visitors will find plenty of relief in the fan-cooled livestock barns, the covered grandstand seating area, misting areas throughout the fairgrounds, and even a cooling station located near the midway. Comment?
By Doug VanderLaan Contributing Writer The loneliness of incumbency was apparent for three of the nine Aug. 2 primary candidates who participated in a debate hosted by J-Ad Graphics and attended by approximately 200 residents Tuesday evening at the Barry County Commission on Aging. Incumbent Drain Commissioner Russ Yarger, Clerk Pam Palmer, and District 3 Commissioner Ben Geiger were in attendance to not only forward their visions for the future but, in many instances, to also defend their records as sitting public officials. Comment?
By Doug VanderLaan Special Correspondent Communication dominated discussion at Tuesday's meeting of the Barry County Board of Commissioners, even though the meeting took just 39 minutes. A request for new police car radios carried most of the volume on the routine, five-item committee-of-the-whole agenda, but so did the words of several residents who raised their voices about how campaigning for the upcoming primary election Aug. 2 is being waged. Comment?
By Angela Baranski Staff Writer The leaders of Hastings and Middleville celebrated their commonalties and partnerships during the annual Mayor Exchange Day. About 30 Middleville elected officials and staff arrived Wednesday morning to meet with their counterparts in Hastings. Comment?
Several new homes are under construction in the development behind Lee Elementary School in Middleville. New houses seem to be springing up around Middleville, and the village planning commission has numbers to prove it is seeing more growth. Comment?
Brian Hansford and Kendra Backing are the newest officers to join the Hastings Police Department. by Julie Makarewicz Staff Writer The Hastings Police Department said good-bye last week to retiring Sgt. Comment?
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