May 15, 2020; El Vocero
KENTWOOD, MICHIGAN (EVH). Dos hombres fueron asesinados por desconocidos en un parque de Mobile Homes, localizado entre las avenidas Eastern y Division.
… Elinar Villarreal, era oriundo de Texas, vivía en Grand Rapids y estudio en el Grand Rapids Community College. Es hermano de Danta Villarreal, quien es vicepresidente de la Cámara de Comercio de Grand Rapids. Es padre de cuatro hijos.
(KENTWOOD, MICHIGAN (EVH). Two men were killed by unknown assailants in a Mobile Homes park, located between Eastern and Division avenues.
… Elinar Villarreal, was a native of Texas, lived in Grand Rapids and studied at Grand Rapids Community College. He is the brother of Danta Villarreal, who is Vice President of the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce. He is the father of four children.)
May 15, 2020; WZZM
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Imagine being a culinary student and having your food rocketed to the International Space Station for the astronauts to eat.
… “We’re always looking for our students to get real-world, real life experience,” said Dr. Werner Absenger, who is the Secchia Institute for Culinary Education program director at Grand Rapids Community College. “What better way to get real-world experience than to try to develop a recipe for NASA and astronauts on the International Space Station.”
May 15, 2020; The Holland Sentinel
GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Rapids Community College is offering several free, online resources to help people prepare for life after COVID-19.
May 15, 2020; Ionia Sentinel-Standard
IONIA — After serving eight years in the Army National Guard, Jason Pattok felt he had a duty to serve.
… Pattok, 40, graduated from the Grand Rapids Community College Police Academy in 2012. He worked part-time jobs at the Carson City Police Department and Lowell Police Department before joining the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office as a full-time road deputy on Jan. 26, 2015.
May 15, 2020; News-Advocate (Manistee)
There’s no doubt about it: Manistee senior Noelle Fink loves to run. At the close of a rigorous cross country season in the fall, she wanted more.
… “I am going to be running in college at Grand Rapids Community College,” she said. “That’s been one of my goals and I’m hoping to go far with that.”