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New bar is a place for everyone to go GREENVILLE — Kelly Stapp’s new business – Turn the Page Bar & Burgers – may say “bar,” but since opening the new business March 8, she has been working to make it into a fun place for adults, families and young adults alike. What once was [...]

The Collision Center on 14 Mile, between Rockford and Cedar Springs, is now part of the Ed Koehn Chevrolet dealership team. Staff members of Ed Koehn’s new Collision Center in Rockford include, from left, in front, Lenny Wentz, Rick Palm, Eric Montgomery; back row, Heather Odren and Jack Price.

Rockford’s Collision Center joins Ed Koehn Chevrolet dealership

ROCKFORD — The Collision Center on 14 Mile, between Rockford and Cedar Springs, is now under management of Ed Koehn Chrevrolet dealership. The Collision Center team includes Jack Price, Heather Odren, Lenny Wentz, Rick Palm and Eric Montgomery. Ed Koehn is a name well known and respected in West Michigan. Owners Ed and Aaron Koehn [...]

Kmart in Greenville celebrated its 20th year in business Feb. 17. Store Manager Dave Bronkella said friendly, “small town” customer service and the impeccable cleanliness of the store keeps Kmart competitive with other big businesses in its industry.

Kmart celebrates 20 years at Greenville location

GREENVILLE — Al Briggs still remembers the tedious task of having to price tag every individual package of merchandise one sticker tag at a time, only to go back later and remove them after each sale. Today, technology provides Briggs, the assistant manager at Kmart, and his staff of 52 with slick and easy-to-use bar [...]

The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the new location of Henry Law, Professional Corporation. Attorney Katherine L. Henry, owner of Henry Law, has moved her law firm to the Belding Covered Village Mall. Call Henry Law, at (616) 794-3334, email them at info@HenryLawPC.com, or visit their website at www.HenryLawPC.com for more information. Pictured are, from left, Candy Kerschen of Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce, Shelly Ferguson of Commercial Bank-Greenville, Lindsay Gregg, Jennifer Gasco, Katherine Henry, Mike Henry, Ashley Mix, all of Henry Law, and Terry Acker of Acker Title.

Henry Law celebrates opening with Greenville Chamber

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Chamber Check-Up: Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce

Business After Hours At Mattress 4 U from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 22 Mattress 4 U is at 701 S. Greenville West Drive, Suite #2 in Greenville. Enjoy a fun night of networking and prizes!   $3 at the door for 50/50 drawing. Greenville Business Network Greenville Business Network presents Tech Tuesday’s every Tuesday [...]

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CHAMBER CHECK-UP — Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce

Business After Hours The Chamber’s Business After Hours will be from 5 to 7 p.m. at Mattress 4 U in Greenville Thursday, March 22. Mattress 4 U is at 701 S. Greenville West Drive. Enjoy a fun night of networking and prizes! $3 at the door for 50/50 drawing. Greenville Business Network presents: Tech Tuesday’s [...]

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Daily News staffers receive promotions

A pair of Daily News staff members are receiving promotions on Monday.

Elisabeth Waldon has accepted the position of news editor. In her new role, she will manage the reporting staff, scheduling and story assignments. Waldon also has been named editor of the Carson City Gazette — her second stint in that role. Ryan Schlehuber has accepted the new position of features editor, which will include supervising a features writer and providing more support in the production of The Daily News beyond the special section content he currently produces.

Courtesy photo  Exentricities Salon in downtown Greenville recently held a fundraiser for EightCAP Inc.’s Walk for Warmth Fund, raising $645. The funds will be used to assist area families in staying warm this winter. Pictured are, from left, Kayla Christensen, Robin Guthrie, Dan Petersen, vice president for Community Action Services with EightCAP, Casey Swindell, owner of Exentricities, Lorien Ingersoll and Christine Steele. Not pictured are Casey Ann Kortman and Cathy Brigham. For more information on the Walk for Warmth and how to become involved, call EightCAP at (616) 754-9315, extension 3336.

Exentricities Salon raises $645 for Walk for Warmth

Jordyn Wagner, 7, from Cedar Crest Elementary School, was the winner of Meet Downtown’s Santa Block coloring contest in December. Money raised from the event was donated to local food pantries.

Jordyn Wagner is Santa Block coloring contest winner

The Daily News awarded a few subscribers prizes from a December-long drawing. Pictured are Stafford Media Solutions subscription services accountant Teresa Haverstick and prize winners Ilo and Laurel Basney of Lakeview, who won a stereo surround sound DVD system; Jackie Gable of Gowen, who won a Nikon Coolpix L24 digital camera; and Barb and Ken Moser of Greenville, who won a 26-inch HD LCD t.v. Gift card winners (not pictured) were Brenda Klingbeil of Sheridan, who won a $20 Ace Hardware gift card; Jyll Mitchell of Sidney, who won a $25 Applebee’s gift card; and Dean Iverson of Stanton, who won a $20 Wayside Garden gift card. Contestants qualified by prepaying for a subscription to The Daily News for at least six months.

Winners of The Daily News subscriber drawing