CELINA - A pair of brothers representing South Shore-Zuma Inc., which supports Montezuma's parks, planned to offer school board members on Wednesday morning a proposal to purchase the Franklin Building and surrounding 5 acres of land.
However, earlier in the morning, Kevin and Ben Kramer said they had learned from the board's attorney in an email that board members could not sell the property to South Shore-Zuma because it's a nonprofit entity. [More]
With a couple of records and countless gigs under their belt, members of the Minster-based alternative country act The Typical Johnsons feel they're closer than ever to realizing the sound and style they've been chasing for years.
To celebrate this month's launch of "Rustbelt Renaissance" - to be available on multiple platforms including Spotify, Amazon and iTunes - the band is holding a CD release party on June 16 at McSobers in Coldwater. [More]