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  • Health scare prompts Climax Village Council president to resign

    February 16, 2024

    A recent health scare has prompted Climax Village Council President Jim Cummings to submit what he termed as a letter of retirement.
    Cummings read the letter at the end of the February 6 regular Village Council meeting.

  • Family overwhelmed by support at Carol Vick Memorial game

    February 16, 2024

    A record number of sponsors, generous community support and a large turn out at the seventh annual Carol Vick Memorial game at Climax-Scotts Jr./Sr. High School February 9 helped raise more than $7,000.
    The Carol Vick Memorial game was started seven years ago and has raised thousands of dollars and brought a huge amount of support for Climax-Scotts and Colon community members battling cancer over the years.

  • Attorney will offer explanation of state’s renewable energy law

    February 16, 2024

    An attorney from the same law firm the Climax Township is currently using to assist with updating its zoning ordinances to address solar and renewable energy and Village Council uses to assist with ordinance violations, will make a presentation on Michigan’s new renewable energy law at a special council meeting February 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Lawrence Memorial District Library.
    Climax Village Council Ordinance Chairman David Miller said Catherine Kaufman, of Bauckham, Thall, Seeber, Kaufman, & Koches PC, will make the presentation.

  • Local students named to Albion Dean’s List

    February 16, 2024

    Albion College announces students who were named to the Dean’s List or who were honored as new Albion College Fellows at the end of the Fall 2023 semester.
    Athens student Carter Mann was named to the Dean’s List. Mann is a first-year student at Albion College. Mann is a resident of Athens and is a graduate of Vicksburg Community High School.

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