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Jeremiah Ropoleski, 17, far left, presented the retirement options Chris Bruggema, on right, was going over with his academic center class. Thursday night, Ropoleski presented what he has been learning in academic center classes to Lakeview Board of Education. — Daily News/Meghan Nelson

Lakeview High School wants its seniors to be prepared to enter the workforce, a trade school or college after graduation. In order to better accomplish that goal, the high school changed its seniors academic center (AC) classes to better prepare students for skills they will need after graduation.

ON THE RECORD: Lakeview man gets up to 50 years prison for violently assaulting two women

Posted in: Local Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

A young man was sentenced to up to half a century in prison after sexually assaulting and beating his former girlfriend and assaulting a female stranger on back-to-back-days in Lakeview.

Lakeview High School seniors learn life skills in class

Posted in: L.Slider, Local, News Top Story Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

Lakeview High School wants its seniors to be prepared to enter the workforce, a trade school or college after graduation. In order to better accomplish that goal, the high school changed its seniors academic center (AC) classes to better prepare students for skills they will need after graduation.

IN BRIEF: Lakeview school board approves soccer, track projects

Posted in: Lakeview, Local, News Thursday, March 16th, 2017

The Wildcats’ soccer and track fields will both see some changes this spring after the Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education unanimously voted to make improvements during Thursday night’s meeting.

Sports
Lakeview’s Zach Hamlin, front, and an unidentified Newaygo player battle for the ball during the teams’ 7- on- 7 passing drills Tuesday night.

LAKEVIEW — Lakeview’s football team got some more work in against a real opponent instead of their own teammates. The Wildcats had 7- on-7 passing drills with Newaygo Tuesday at the practice fields at Lakeview High School. In a 7- on- 7 passing drill, a team has only one offensive lineman — the center — [...]

Daily News’ girls basketball All-Area teams

Posted in: High School, High School, High School, High School, High School, High School, High School Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

Daily News’ All-Area teams, Sixth Woman of the Year and Honorable Mentions

Young Lakeview baseball team aims to earn district title after coming up short last year

Posted in: High School Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

The Lakeview baseball team may still be working on gelling as a whole, but every Wildcats player knows the potential the team possesses this year.

Though the Wildcats were 15-18 last year, the team was able to make it to the district finals before losing to Carson City-Crystal.

The Wildcats don’t have any doubts they can make it back there again.

Daily News All-Area wrestling awards

Posted in: High School, High School, High School, High School, High School, High School, High School Monday, March 27th, 2017

Daily News All-Area wrestling awards

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  • Lakeview High School seniors learn life skills in class

    Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
    Posted in: L.Slider, Local, News Top Story

    Lakeview High School wants its seniors to be prepared to enter the workforce, a trade school or college after graduation. In order to better accomplish that goal, the high school changed its seniors academic center (AC) classes to better prepare students for skills they will need after graduation.

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  • IN BRIEF: Lakeview school board approves soccer, track projects

    Thursday, March 16th, 2017
    Posted in: Lakeview, Local, News

    The Wildcats’ soccer and track fields will both see some changes this spring after the Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education unanimously voted to make improvements during Thursday night’s meeting.

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  • HIT THE LINE HARD: Surviving the first round of March Madness

    Thursday, March 16th, 2017
    Posted in: Local, Local, Local, Local, Local, Local, Local

    Perhaps there were many like me, but my brackets for the NCAA mens basketball tournament last year found its way to the trash can far, far too early. And I can thank the first round of upsets — and expected upsets that didn’t happen — for that.

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  • Lakeview approves policy for airport courtesy car

    Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
    Posted in: L.Slider, Local

    When Clark Newell took over as manager of Lakeview Airport-Griffith Field last summer, one of his goals was to implement a courtesy car for pilots.

    Other Michigan airports such as Clare Municipal Airport and Roben-Hood Airport in Big Rapids have courtesy cars for pilots to use to travel into town after they park their planes at the airport.

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