Ryan Schlehuber “Scoop”


Funeral Notices — Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013

Funeral notices for Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013


Funeral notices — Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012

Funeral notices — Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012

With 12 remodeled lanes, certified by the U.S. Bowling Congress, the Alley Cat Bar & Grill bowling alley is the hottest destination in Lakeview. The cerfitied lanes qualifys it it for tournaments, both adult and high school.

BIZ BEAT: New owner reopens Lakeview bowling alley

Is this heaven? For some local bowlers, Lakeview’s reopened and remodeled bowling center, renamed Alley Cat Bar & Grill, just might be. Since its soft opening Dec. 1, it has the community buzzing with excitement about having a new recreational facility and another place to enjoy a dinner and drinks with family and friends.


The Service Professor earns second top 3 energy program status

With the support of area businesses and clients keeping their electric repair and service needs local, The Service Professor, Inc., for the second consecutive year, was a top three energy saving business participating in the Consumers Energy’s Small Business Solutions Program statewide.

WGLM 106.3 in Greenville has a new voice for its Saturday Soundtrack early afternoon slot with Seth Sutton at the helm from noon to 3 p.m. The stand-up bass player for Midnight Cattle Callers said his biggest learning lesson in the radio business, so far, is to talk normal. “You’d be surprised how difficult it is to make yourself sound natural without being awkward because everyone’s listening,” Sutton said.

Sutton on Saturdays at WGLM

Musician Seth Sutton is making a name for himself, hitting the radio waves as a host for WGLM 106.3’s Saturday Soundtrack, which highlights a variety of classic music from the 1950s to today.

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Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce earns Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals honors again

The Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals (MACP) recognized the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce with the 2012 Outstanding Chamber of Commerce Award—Small Chamber Category at the MACP Leadership Conference and Annual Meeting held at Crystal Mountain Resort Oct. 18. This is the second consecutive year the Greenville Area Chamber received the award.

Hansen’s Vision Center and Smeelink Optical have joined forces in Greenville and have renamed themselves Eye Care One. The building, which Hansen’s has been operating in since 2007, will soon include a corrective lens laboratory, cutting waiting time from as long as 10 days to as soon as the same day lens are ordered. Pictured are, from left, Manager Cindy Hansen, Hansen’s Vision founder Rocky Hansen and Director of Operations Heather Ryan.

Hansen’s Vision, Smeelink Optical join forces, add lab

In today’s society, quick production is demanded and fast results are expected. Optical care is no exception.
For patients of Smeelink Optical and Hansen’s Vision Center, who recently merged and have renamed themselves Eye Care One, the wait for new lens will be considerably shorter once the new laboratory is constructed.

Dr. John O’Donald, middle, front row, and his dental staff recently presented a check for $1,400 to Greenville’s Optimists Camp for People With Disabilities, revenue from a teeth whitening fundraiser the office held earlier this year. Overall, the fundraiser generated $2,800, with half the proceeds going to the Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation.

Dr. John O’Donald and his dental staff raise $1,400 for Optimists Camp

This past spring and summer, as part of the Crown Council’s Smiles For Life campaign, John O’Donald D.D.S. offered teeth whitening services at a significantly reduced price and donated 100 percent of the proceeds to help children facing serious health and educational issues. This year, O’Donald and his staff raised $2,800.


S.H.E.: Carson Health breast health navigator offers tips on self exams

It is well documented breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women (lung cancer being the first) and is the most common cancer next to skin cancer, according to cancer.org.


Local leaders talk what’s going on in the community

Local officials gathered Thursday for the monthly Coalition of Greater Greenville (COGG) meeting. Each one addressed local happening and updated the group on what is going on at their business.