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Hunting seasons coming on fast

Within a week so many different hunting seasons are opening that it’s a real quandary to figure out what to hunt and where.
Sept. 15 seems to be the magic day for many hunters, so I suppose the best thing to do is simply make a quick choice and hit the woods or fields.


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I need a page to create the Pan Handle section!


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I need a test post to create the Edmore section


Look back on Sept. 11 with honor, reverence

Journalists are trained to remain above every story. Don’t get involved in whatever is happening and don’t develop an emotional attachment one way or another, we’re taught in college. It works… about 99.9 percent of time. Every once in a while a story comes along that affects us too. We throw objectivity and impartiality aside [...]

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Greenville, Tri County, Central Montcalm experience bus delays

The first day of school is always a little hectic.
But several school districts had a more chaotic day than usual Tuesday due to transportation changes. Parents voiced their concerns on The Daily News Facebook page, specifically regarding Central Montcalm Public School, Greenville Public Schools and Tri County Area Schools.

Belding Clock Tower — Daily News/Cory Smith

Judge upholds Belding’s demolition moratorium stopping Electrolux

A judge again has ruled against Electrolux, stopping the company’s plans to demolish the historic Gibson Building in Belding.

Zach Hoover of Greenville tackles Darnell Longmire of Muskegon Mona Shores during last week’s 59-14 victory.

Yellow Jackets ready for upstart Holland

State ranked opponents are nothing new to the Greenville Yellow Jackets football schedule.
Typically, East Grand Rapids and Lowell lead the list. Occasionally, Grand Rapids Christian, and in the past, Caledonia are among the best. This year there is a surprise, Holland.
No not Holland Christian. No not Holland West Ottawa. But Holland, as in the Dutch.

Golf Emporium director of instruction Joseph Pollack hits a shot during a recent tournament.

Golf Emporium instructor fourth at Michigan PGA

Going to Joseph Pollack at the Golf Emporium for lessons is a good idea, since he fixed his own swing with good results.
Pollack finished fourth in the Michigan PGA Professional Championship, held Aug. 29-31 at Eagle Eye and Hawk Hollow golf courses. He shot 6-under 210, which was seven shots behind winner Scott Hebert. Eric Dovre was second at 8-under, and Brian Cairns was third at 7-under.

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Greenville church welcomes public to follow labyrinth

Members of Greenville’s St. Paul Lutheran Church, came together to create a labyrinth for the community. Diane Veresh, a member of the church located two miles south of Greenville along M-91, initiated an idea for a labyrinth to be constructed at the church’s property and another member, Jim Van Houten, brought the idea to life.

Alex Wahlfeldt view Matt Hanson's display.

Fighting Falcon Military Museum display honors fallen soldier

In his young 20 years of life, he was a son, brother, nephew, cousin, uncle, friend, mentor and role model. Most proudly, he was a United States Marine.
Lance Cpl. Matthias “Matt” Hanson went to Afghanistan in January of 2010 and lost his life after being hit by enemy fire on Feb. 21, 2010.