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JUST IN: 2 women injured after ambulance and car collide

Two women received minor injuries after an ambulance and a car collided Thursday afternoon near Fenwick.

Troopers from the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post were called to a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Fenwick Road and Town Hall Road at 12:53 p.m.

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SPORTS UPDATE: Belding, Ithaca football game moved to Alma College

The location of the Division 5 playoff football game between Belding and Ithaca on Friday has been moved from Ithaca High School to Bahlke Field at Alma College in Alma.

Jim Lower

GUEST VIEW: Why I’m voting for Trump

I’ve watched all the debates, followed all the news and I have talked to thousands of voters in my capacity as a candidate for state representative. What I have learned is this election is really about putting America first.

Arturo “Sammy” Collazo Medina

Belding Fruit Storage employee’s funeral set for Friday

Funeral services have been scheduled for a Gowen man who died while working at Belding Fruit Storage on Saturday.

Arturo “Sammy” Collazo Medina, 62, died as the result of injuries sustained after a 20-foot-fall while attempting to change lightbulbs.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 22, 2016

Read funeral notices for Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016.

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OUR VIEW: Help for addiction is available

Local stories both tragic and hopeful were shared in Greenville on Saturday during a Prescription Drug Abuse & Prevention Symposium.

The event was hosted by YOUTHINK Montcalm, the Montcalm Care Network, Cherry Health, Sheridan Community Hospital and the Mid-Michigan District Health Department.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 15, 2016

Funeral Notices for Oct. 15, 2016

Janet Ralph

Greenville school board president switching roles

The Greenville Board of Education will see a change following November’s regular meeting.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 8, 2016

Read funeral notices for Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016.

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SHORT TAKES: Elections, on-air sports talent and cancer awareness

This year’s election season has felt like an eternity, but the general election is just one month away.

Are you registered to vote? You have until Oct. 11 to do so, either by visiting your city or township clerk’s office, your county clerk’s office, a Michigan Secretary of State branch or at michigan.gov online.