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entral Montcalm’s Keagan James, bottom, signs his letter of intent Wednesday to play for St. Francis College while parents Marty, left and Lynn look on.  - Daily News/Chip Burch

Two Central Montcalm players sign college letters

Two Central Montcalm football players made their national signing day special by signing letters of intent to play college football. Seniors Keagan James and Jacob Palmer signed their letters of intent Wednesday. James will play for St. Francis College of Illinois and Palmer will play for Hope College.

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Funeral Notices for Feb. 6, 2015

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During Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council discussed a possible conflict of interest with the appointment of Councilman Larry Moss to the Greenville Area Community Foundation Board. Pictured from left to right, Councilman Brian Greene, Moss, Councilman Lloyd Scoby, City Manager George Bosanic, Mayor John Hoppough, Mayor Pro-Tem Fran Schuleit, Councilman Mark Lehman, Councilwoman Jeanne Cunliffe, Treasurer/Clerk Bradley Hool and the rotating student representative from Greenville High School. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Greenville City Council debates mayoral appointment

The Greenville City Council has been in the middle of a discussion about a possible conflict of interest in the most recent mayoral appointment to the Greenville Area Community Foundation Board.

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Turk Lake Polar Plunge is set for Saturday

After a long day out in the cold, nothing is better than taking a hot bath or shower … for most people. Not for the participants of the Turk Lake Polar Plunge.

From left, Belding City Council members Dennis Cooper, Mike Scheid, Jerry Lallo, Mayor Ron Gunderson and Mayor Pro Tem Tom Jones discuss a list of six candidates for the position of interim city manager Tuesday evening. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Belding interim manager search down to 2 finalists

The search for an interim city manager for this community has been narrowed to two finalists. On Tuesday evening, the Belding City Council reviewed the resumes of six candidates to fill the city manager vacancy on an interim basis. Former City Manager Meg Mullendore was fired Jan. 20 by a 3-2 vote of the council.

Tri County’s Jordan Stearns goes up for a shot during the second half against Fremont on Tuesday night. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Tri County boys defeat Fremont in overtime

The Tri County Vikings boys basketball team has struggled to close out games all season long. Tuesday night at home was the exact opposite.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, Feb. 3

CC-Crystal 44, Shepherd 25: The Eagles got 17 points from Mikayla Duflo and 13 from Sara McAlvey for 30 of the 45 CC-Crystal points. The duo outscored the Bluejays by themselves Tuesday night…

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Funeral Notices for Feb. 5, 2015

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JUST IN: Whooping cough diagnoses at Greenville High School

GREENVILLE — A student at Greenville High School was diagnosed with a case of pertussis (whooping cough) on Wednesday. According to a letter posted on the Greenville Public Schools’ website signed by Greenville Public Schools Superintendent Pete Haines, “Children who haven’t completed a full course of pertussis (whooping cough) vaccinations will be excluded from school [...]

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Greenville transportation committee talks M-91 speed limit study

Sometimes even the most law-abiding citizens can find going the speed limit is easier said than done.

Traveling five to 10 miles per hour over the speed limit is a breeze, particularly when one is not paying attention to the speedometer or is in a hurry. There also are areas of road where traveling faster than the set speed limit seems logical to some.