Late Comeback Win For
Vickery's 90-Yard Interception Return For Touchdown Is Difference In 20-8 Win
By Bruce Rolfe
Climax-Scotts varsity football coach Kevin Langs felt it was important for his team to be pushed after winning its first four games by lopsided scores.
The Panthers were pushed and challenged most of the game by Bark River-Harris almost to the point of suffering their first loss of the season, but C-S dug down and found a way to pull out a 20-8 win Saturday at Petoskey's beautiful new football stadium in the "Battle Under The Bridge". climax-scotts-sports.php
C-S’ Kevin Langs Still Maintains A Strong Passion To Coach
Veteran Coach Entering 18th Year As C-S Varsity Football Coach
From the August 26, 2016 Climax Crescent
By Bruce Rolfe
After coaching his three sons, Tyler (2006 C-S graduate), Jordan (2008), and Beau (2010) throughout their high school football careers at Climax-Scotts and later watching all three move on to play at the collegiate level, the thought crossed some minds that longtime C-S varsity football coach Kevin Langs might consider stepping down. climax-scotts-sports.php
Galesburg Recycle Center Open 1st And 3rd Saturday
The Galesburg Recycle Center, located at the Department of Public Works garage (130 Division) will be open on the first and third Saturdays of each month through September.
The recyling center will be open from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. The gate will be locked at all other times.
This service is for City of Galesburg residents only and will be monitored by volunteers. Identification is needed.
Volunteers are needed and can call Carl Newton at 269-217-3909 for more information about volunteering.
Growing Up Magic
By Crystal Rolfe
Growing up in the small lake village of Colon, I recall the first time I ever saw a real magic trick. It was during the annual Magic Week in August and I was probably around 3 or 4 years old. My folks, my younger sister, baby brother and I lived in a trailer just across the field from the High School. My dad walked with me up town that day with me struggling to keep up with his wide gate. local-news-calendar-of-events.php
Ray Smith Was Pillar Of Climax
Former Publisher Of The Climax Crescent Was Dedicated To His Church, Community, Country
By Bruce Rolfe
If there ever was a person you could label as being the ideal citizen, most in Climax and the surrounding area would put Ray Smith in that category.
Ray passed away Tuesday at the age of 94 at the Sterling House Assisted Living Home in Battle Creek where he had been a resident for a brief period of time.
Smith was a pillar of Climax, having grown up in the village he called home for most of his 94 years on this earth.
Visitation for Ray will take place at the Langeland Family Funeral Home, Climax Chapel Monday, November 18 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, November 19 at 11 a.m. at the Climax United Methodist Church with Rev. Glenn Litchfield officiating. Interment will take place Friday, Nov. 22 at 1 p.m. at Fort Custer National Cemetery.
Memorials may be directed to the Climax United Methodist Church or Climax Rotary Club. Memorial Envelopes will be available at the Langeland Family Funeral Home, Climax Chapel. To read rest of story purchase the November 15, 2013 Climax Crescent available November 14 at Quik Stop in Climax, Scotts Country Store and Deli and Scotts Corner Cafe' and Pease Packing in Scotts and the Galesburg Hardings
An Incredible 2-Part Story About A Local Man's Courage And The Challenges His Family Has Faced After He Became Paralyzed From An Automobile Accident
When Life Throws A Hardball - Part 1
by Crystal Rolfe
It’s funny how the older one gets, the more significant and sentimental your childhood years become. Growing up in a small town, under the safety net of family and neighborhood friends who looked out for you and whose lives became intertwined with yours may sound “pollyanna like”, but that feeling of security is what helped us move on when the unfortunate situations of life happened. And as in most everyone’s life, just when you think you have life under control, life throws you a hardball, and bad, sad, tragic things can happen. local-news-calendar-of-events.php
When Life Throws A Hardball - Part II
By Crystal Rolfe
While composing the second part of this article I am struck by how much easier it was to write the first. Even though part one was about difficult physical and emotional realities of life, this second half is more about what can happen afterwards which can often be as traumatic. How do I tell you about what has happened without giving all of the details? That is the technical part which has had me frustrated. But then again, frustration is where Mark & Deb have been living for the last year and a half. local-news-calendar-of-events.php
. We've produced a picture gallary from Greater Galesburg Days. see http://www.theclimaxcrescent.com/picture-gallery.php
Climax is the site of the First Rural Free Delivery. Pictured below is L. Clark and Willis Lawrence delivering mail.