April 16, 2014
Inland Lakes players, coaches and parents have cleared the snow off the ball fields and track, but the weather has still made it impossible to get any games or meets in yet this spring. Hopes are that games can begin either later this week or next week. (Photo courtesy Danielle Woollard)
Like other rivers throughout Michigan, the Crooked River is running high this spring. As of Tuesday, the boardwalks at Island Park weren't completely submerged, but water was beginning to cover the walkway in spots.
Stories in this week's Resorter
- Times, dates and locations of area Easter Egg hunts.
- Schedules of Easter services at area churches.
- Indian River mourns passing of fifth grade teacher Kim Monthei.
- Nick Marsh places near top an national bass fishing tournament.
- Snow melting and hard rain cause road washouts.
- School budget looking better than in recent years.
- Weather wreaking havoc with spring sports schedules.
- People voicing support for sewer aren't the ones paying for it.
- Libraries remain an important part of communities.
- Easter brings the greatest news.
- Kimberly S. Monthei
- Dick & Pauline Stratton