Calhoun County

Marshall - – Calhoun County officials want the public’s help to stop illegal activity in its parks. It’s been about five months since the nearly six-mile Calhoun County Trailway opened, a project that took close to a decade to complete. The $1.2 million trail has increasingly seen more users — a trend the county is excited about (Battle Creek Enquirer)

The former head of the Calhoun County veterans affairs office was arraigned Monday morning on two charges of embezzlement by a public official. Scott Losey, 45, of Portage, appeared before Calhoun County District Judge John Hallacy to face allegations he solicited money and gifts from veterans or their families seeking help with disability claims. (Battle Creek Enquirer)

MARSHALL – Construction of an experimental law enforcement building is ahead of schedule and coming in under original cost estimates. “More weather like this and we will be looking good,” Andy Kinloch said Friday afternoon. Kinloch is project manager for Clark Construction Co. of Lansing, which is building the Marshall Regional Law Enforcement Center. (Battle Creek Enquirer)

"Embezzlement charges have been authorized against the former director of the Calhoun County Veterans Affairs Office. County Prosecutor David Gilbert said this morning he has authorized three counts of embezzlement by a county official over $50. Investigators believe Losey took about $42,000." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

Calhoun County Community Mental Health Authority approved Erv Brinker's firing at Tuesday meeting