News
Grace and the Rev. Jeff Wilhelm stand in the sanctuary Mount Calvary Lutheran Church. Grace was diagnosed with plasma cell leukemia in 2012. The church will be holding a marrow donor registry drive today from 3 to 7 p.m. at the church, at 908 W. Oak in Greenville. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

In October 2012, Grace Wilhelm and her husband, the Rev. Jeff Wilhelm, were driving back from a prayer conference on Mackinac Island when Grace received a phone call that shook the very foundation of her life.

Eureka Township Planning Commission discusses nonconforming property

Posted in: Local Friday, January 23rd, 2015

The Eureka Charter Township Planning Commission wants township residents to become a bunch of conformists. At least when it comes to property.

Gov. Snyder’s speech inspires GOP

Posted in: Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Gov. Rick Snyder gave another one of his patented “relentlessly positive” speeches Tuesday during his State of the State address. The speech showcased what Snyder saw as highlights of Michigan’s past year, as well as introduced several new proposals, which inspired his own party.

Rep. Moolenaar: Obama delivers mixed messages

Posted in: Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

President Barack Obama took a straightforward approach to his State of the Union address Tuesday, declaring the end of a recession and two wars and the start of more jobs and health insurance … and victoriously taking credit for all of the above.

Sports
Greenville assistant wrestling coach Bill Breen, right, calls out instruction during a match last season. Breen is up for a national coaching honor in June. - File photo

Former Greenville High School assistant wrestling coach Bill Breen is a finalist of one of the top coaching honors in the nation. Breen, who is taking a year off from coaching this year, has been the Yellow Jackets assistant varsity wrestling coach for the past eight years. He has also coached football and baseball in the past, both in assistant and head coaching duties.

Greenville’s Breen a finalist for national coaching honor

Posted in: High School, Sports Top News Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Former Greenville High School assistant wrestling coach Bill Breen is a finalist of one of the top coaching honors in the nation. Breen, who is taking a year off from coaching this year, has been the Yellow Jackets assistant varsity wrestling coach for the past eight years. He has also coached football and baseball in the past, both in assistant and head coaching duties.

THE REVIEW: Passing the torch

Posted in: Local, Local, Local, Local, Local, Local, Local Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Watching the Detroit Red Wings prepare to take the ice at the Joe Louis Arena that evening, Ray Ferraro couldn’t have hidden the smile across his face, even if he wanted to. All those trips to the ice rink with his young son Landon had suddenly come to fruition for the 18-year hockey veteran, as his son made his way onto the rink for his NHL debut in the very arena that the elder Ferraro played his final game as a professional.

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: A look at area athletes playing collegiately

Posted in: Local, Local, Local, Local Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Torrey Davis/Lake Forest College: The Greenville graduate, a junior, had four points, three rebounds and three assists in an 82-70 win over Cornell at home on Saturday…

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  • SPORTS GALORE: Ledford stays positive, Hornets stay focused

    Friday, January 23rd, 2015
    Posted in: Local, Local, Local, Local, Local, Local, Local

    Lane Ledford made a move he has done several hundred times in his basketball career. On Friday, the Central Montcalm senior drove to the basket, along the baseline. Colliding with a Chippewa Hills defender, Ledford fell to the court with his left arm extended.

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  • Eipper still committed to CMU after Enos resigns

    Friday, January 23rd, 2015
    Posted in: High School

    Dan Enos is moving on from Central Michigan University. Enos, the head coach for the Chippewas’ football program the past five seasons, resigned from the position on Thursday to accept the offensive coordinator position for the Arkansas Razorbacks.

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  • Gov. Snyder’s speech inspires GOP

    Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
    Posted in: Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics

    Gov. Rick Snyder gave another one of his patented “relentlessly positive” speeches Tuesday during his State of the State address. The speech showcased what Snyder saw as highlights of Michigan’s past year, as well as introduced several new proposals, which inspired his own party.

    Read More »
  • Rep. Moolenaar: Obama delivers mixed messages

    Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
    Posted in: Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics, Politics

    President Barack Obama took a straightforward approach to his State of the Union address Tuesday, declaring the end of a recession and two wars and the start of more jobs and health insurance … and victoriously taking credit for all of the above.

    Read More »