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Medical condition may have led to crash

A Crystal man was injured in a one-vehicle crash on Friday afternoon. Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies responded to the one-car crash at approximately 4:21 p.m. on Carson City Road (M-57) near Collins Road in Fairplains Township. The incident was originally called in as a reckless driver with reports of the vehicle traveling at varying speeds within both eastbound and westbound lanes nearly causing multiple crashes.

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ROUNDUP: Prep basketball scores from Tuesday, Feb. 10

Hastings 50, Greenville 46: The Yellow Jackets lost to the Saxons Tuesday night. Troy Bedenbaugh had 13 points and Mitch Niewoonder added 10 for Greenville…

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Daily leads Tri County past Central Montcalm

After winning just its second game of the season earlier in the week on the strength of a Ryne Dailey double-double, the Tri County boys basketball team turned it into a winning streak on Friday night by hitting the Dailey “Triple” for a 64-56 victory at Central Montcalm. Just days after the Tri County senior went for a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds in a 75-72 victory over Fremont, he stepped out beyond the 3-point line to spark Friday night’s victory over Central Montcalm.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, Feb. 6

Greenville 56, Forest Hills Northern 48: The Yellow Jackets got all but seven of their points from three players in beating the Huskies in an O-K Bronze Conference game Friday night. Peyton Mount led with 18, Landon Kemp had 17 and Paige Hallock had 14 for Greenville…

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Greenville wins 3rd straight O-K Bronze title

The Greenville Yellow Jackets placed all 14 of its wrestlers en route to wining a third consecutive O-K Bronze wrestling championship on Friday night at Wyoming High School. Greenville scored 205 points to easily out-distance Northview’s 132. Cedar Springs was third with 130 points, while Wyoming finished fourth with 109, Forest Hills Eastern fifth (104.5) and Forest Hills Northern sixth (100).

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OUR VIEW: FOIA reform, health department merger and state roads

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley stepped in as pinch-hitter to deliver the annual Michigan Press Association convention speech Friday on behalf of Gov. Rick Snyder, who is recovering from a blood clot.

In a tone that sounded more like he was explaining things to a room full of friends than one that sounded like a rehearsed and repeated speech, Calley outlined some of the top priorities for the governor’s office this year.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, Feb. 3

CC-Crystal 44, Shepherd 25: The Eagles got 17 points from Mikayla Duflo and 13 from Sara McAlvey for 30 of the 45 CC-Crystal points. The duo outscored the Bluejays by themselves Tuesday night…

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PHOTOS: Construction underway at Carson City-Crystal Lower Elementary

The first phase of an $11 million bond renovation project has begun at Carson City-Crystal Area Schools.

In May 2014, voters approved the bond proposal, extending the district’s debt millage of 4.2 mills for another 15 years and nine months, allowing for security and technology upgrades and transportation and facility improvements.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Saturday, Jan. 31

CC-Crystal third at Leslie: The Eagles scored 170 points at the Leslie Invitational Saturday, finishing behind winner Manchester (181) and second-place Springport (178)…

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, Jan. 30

Lakeview 53, Holton 17: The Wildcats hammered the Red Devils in a CSAA-Silver game Friday night. Nate Shurlow led Lakeview with 17 points and Jon Hansen added nine to the win…