Colliene Willison, Lakeview Middle School mathematics and reading interventionist, and Lakeview Middle School Principal Time Erspamer presented to the Lakeview school board Monday night some new behaviors they teaching and rewarding. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Lakeview Middle School rewards students with PRIDE tickets

Lakeview Middle School Principal Tim Erspamer has been working to improve students’ behavior in the hallways, and he is rewarding them for their efforts.

Some of the new hallway procedures are no earbuds or headphones, no technological devices, quiet voices and walking on the right side in the school hallways.

Lakeview Airport-Griffith Field Manager Clark Newell, at left, and Jim Draper stand next to Draper’s restored World War II fighter trainer plane. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

New Lakeview airport manager has big plans for the future

Clark Newell owns two real estate businesses and Clark’s Auto Sales, volunteers for the Lakeview District Fire Department and now manages Lakeview Airport-Griffith Field.

Newell started his new job on Aug. 29 when Mike Matthews stepped down as airport manager to take a job with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Tamarack District Library Director Hope Nobel shared her ideas on Lakeview downtown development at Wednesday night’s meeting. She suggested creating something everyone could enjoy. Prein and Newhof hosted a design charrette at Tamarack District Library Wednesday night to collect ideas on how community members wanted to develop the on- and off-shore areas of downtown Lakeview. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Creative juices flow at Lakeview design meeting

The scene of the Tamarack Room at Tamarack District Library looked more like an art class than a design meeting Wednesday night.

From left, Stanton Mayor Monica Tissue-Daws, City Manager Jake Eckholm and City Commissioner Lewis Corwin at Eckholm’s final meeting as Stanton’s manager on Tuesday. Eckholm accepted a job as Muskegon Heights’ city manager, and his last day in Lakeview and Stanton is Sept. 23. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Eckholm has final meetings as shared manager

After two years of managing a pair of municipalities, Jake Eckholm had his final meetings in Lakeview on Monday and Stanton on Tuesday.

The Lakeview District Fire Department and Department of Public Works currently share a building on Park Drive. The fire department has outgrown their portion of the building and offered to buy the Department of Public Works portion for $80,000. Village council members unanimously voted to accept the offer at Monday night’s meeting. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Lakeview fire department to purchase DPW building

The Department of Public Works will soon be moving into a new building. But before the department makes the transition, the building will have to be moved from Lakeview Airport-Griffith Field to North Street.

Lakeview High School band members carry the American flag through the Lakeview during Sunday evening’s Patriot’s Day Silent Parade. The parade proceeded through downtown Lakeview to honor and remember those who lost and risked their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Lakeview Patriot’s Day Silent Parade evokes memories

Many tears were shed while the Lakeview 9/11 Patriot’s Day Silent Parade made its way through downtown Lakeview.

Military veterans and auxiliary members wave to the crowd while riding in the Trufant Jubilee Grand Parade Saturday. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Trufant festivalgoers enjoy three parades (PHOTOS)

The Trufant Jubilee Festival included three parades for festival-goers to enjoy during the Labor Day weekend. The first parade was the Kiddie Parade Friday evening. Children dressed in colorful costumes, and some even made cars out of boxes they walked down the parade with.

Recent Grand Valley State University graduate Jake Eckholm started his new job as village manager of Lakeview and city manager of Stanton on Tuesday. He will divide his time equally between the municipalities. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Eckholm leaving Lakeview and Stanton to manage Muskegon Heights

The dual manager of the city of Stanton and the village of Lakeview has accepted a new job. Jake Eckholm will be the next manager of the city of Muskegon Heights. He accepted the job Tuesday and will start Oct. 1.

Trufant Jubilee Queen Ashley Lee and her court will represent Trufant at the Trufant Jubilee festival this upcoming weekend. Pictured are, front row from left, Pre-Teen Kia Reyburn, Lee and Princess Jayden Gibbons; back row from left, Pre-Teen court Member Melissa Mckinley, Pre-Teen Court Member Brooklyn Bommer and Pre-Teen court member Lia Huizinga. — Daily News/Lori Hansen

Trufant teenager crowned Jubilee queen

Last year, Ashley Lee considered trying out for the Trufant Jubilee Queen’s Pageant. She decided it was too late in the process to jump in and opted to wait one year.

When the Trufant teen entered this year’s contest, she learned she was the only contestant.

Brigham Funeral Chapel, DeWitt Lumber and The Lincoln Agency are three of the 14 businesses a proposed annexation would include. Forty-one properties are included in the proposed area. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Lakeview Village Council moves forward with township annexation

After six months of planning and reconfiguring, Lakeview is moving forward with a proposed annexation of multiple properties in Cato Township. The annexation would include all properties on M-46 from M-91 to Youngman Road, known as the 46th corridor.