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Two Carson City-Crystal graduating seniors had fun with the outlook of their future, decorating their graduation caps with the “To infinity and beyond” catchphrase from “Toy Story” character Buzz Lightyear during the class of 2014’s graduation ceremony Sunday. — Daily News/Ryan Schlehuber

CC-Crystal grads embodiment of confidence, success (Photo Gallery)

For many graduating seniors, there are memories, there are accomplishments and there are regrets. But, as senior Lindsay McClintic said during her speech at Carson City-Crystal’s graduation ceremony Sunday, there is no need for advice for her or her peers as they embark on life after high school. “From here on out, we will be facing many uncertainties in both the immediate and distant future,” McClintic said. “So when you think about it, uncertainty is just another word for opportunity.”

Greenville High School graduates toss their caps into the air Sunday as they were introduced to the crowd as the class of 2014. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Greenville High School graduates toss their caps into the air Sunday as they were introduced to the crowd as the class of 2014.

2014 Greenville grads ponder big ‘what if’ of the future

As 246 Greenville High School graduates sat in their caps and gowns, about to step out of the North Gym and into the next phase of their lives, social studies teacher Michael Radcliffe challenged them to consider one question: What if?

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Belding man arrested for felonious assault

A Belding man is in custody for allegedly assaulting another man after an argument escalated to the point that a gun was raised but not fired.

Greenville Tool & Die began its expansion in December of 2013 and predicts to be finished by the end of July. The new expansion will house a new large bridge mill and a 2,000-ton capacity stamping press. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

$5 million project underway at Greenville Tool & Die

After the economic downfall of 2008, companies specializing in skilled trades had a difficult time staying afloat. But while many closed, Greenville Tool & Die was able to keep its head above water and is now reaping the benefits of a resurgent automotive industry with a $5.25 million expansion project.

Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce Co-director Candy Kerschen prestents to the Coalition of Greater Greenville group a new marketing campaign developed by a Michigan State University student. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Marketing campaign coming to Greenville

The Coalition of Greater Greenville is launching a marketing campaign to attract people and businesses to the Greenville community by highlighting its assets. The theme of the campaign and new motto for Greenville and the surrounding areas would be “Living large in a small town.”

Seiter Center students Chris Munner, 15, left, Jason Coggins, 14, center, and Ayden Hayes create homemade cards Tuesday to include in each of the backpacks to be presented to the Montcalm County Department of Human Services later this month. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Seiter Center students provide comfort for displaced kids

Imagine a knock on your door late one evening. You’re not expecting company. Men in uniform enter your home, along with official looking people in severe suits holding clipboards and asking questions you don’t really understand. You’re taken away by strangers, separated from your family. You don’t really know what’s going on, but people are yelling, crying, angry.

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Police pursuit leads to morning lockdown of Greenville Public Schools

An armed man who fled into the woods near the Greenville high school and middle school buildings this morning was apprehended after the ensuing chase led to a morning lockdown of Greenville Public Schools.

The park at Montcalm Township’s hall will get a face-lift with new basketball and tennis nets, something officials said is much needed because of the popularity of the park. The basketball nets have withered down to nothing and the tennis net’s operating crank is broken. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Montcalm Township planning to improve park, pavilion

Several improvements are on the horizon for this township’s park and pavilion located at the township hall. The Montcalm Township Board voted Wednesday to purchase new basketball nets, a new tennis net and a crank for the tennis net for $325.

Greenville City Manager George Bosanic, left, said legislation currently making its way through state congress could mean lower costs for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and would also force municipalities to adopt their own policies, so the city went ahead and did it on its own. Also pictured is Mayor John Hoppough. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Greenville City Council adopts new FOIA policy

The Greenville City Council adopted a new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) policy Tuesday in an attempt to jump ahead of likely requirements by the state. City Manager George Bosanic said legislation currently making its way through the state legislature could mean lower costs for requests and force municipalities to adopt their own policies, so the city went ahead and did it on its own.

Bob Hansen, pictured plucking the strings of a guitar at his Greenville business, will be closing the music store after more than 60 years of business. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Greenville music store almost silent

It started in 1948 with a passion for music and a check for $3,000. More than 60 years later, Hansen’s Music Store building has been sold and is closing its doors for good.