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Neil Rankin

Ex-Edmore manager hired to run Montrose

Neil Rankin has found new employment more than a year after he was fired by the Edmore Village Council.


Funeral Notices for Oct. 26, 2015

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Central Montcalm sophomore defender C.J. Denman (10) recovers a fumble by the Lakeview Wildcats while being tackled by Lakeview senior lineman Jacob Ridgeway (77) during the second quarter Friday evening. - Daily News/Cory Smith

Lakeview holds off rival Central Montcalm 21-16

With its longshot playoff hopes flickering like a candle in a hurricane, host Lakeview took care of the business at hand Friday night by delivering a hard-fought 21-16 victory over Central Montcalm. “When you look at the rivalry we have with Central Montcalm, you know they are going to give you their best shot, and it will always be a good game,” Lakeview coach Sean Rinehart said. “They have some real good play makers, but we were able to put together four good quarters of football.”


Greenville falls in season finale to Wyoming

The final football game of the season is always an emotional one, win or lose. That’s especially true when the season hasn’t met expectations. On Friday, the final game of the 2015 season, a comeback attempt by Greenville fell short as the Wyoming Wolves used a game controlling ground attack to defeat the Yellow Jackets 44-34 at Legacy Field. Greenville started the season with a win at Belding, but lost seven of its final eight games to finish 2-7 overall. The loss to the Wolves left them 0-5 in the O-K Bronze.

Representing the Padden family, Lakeview chiropractor Gary Padden, left, accepts the Lakeview Area Community Fund Quality of Life award from LACF Board member Pat Hinrichs. — Daily News/Mike Taylow

Padden family receives Quality of Life award at community fund dinner

For the past 14 years, Lakeview Area Community Fund (LACF) has been giving students, businesses and civic organizations in the village a financial leg up. Organizers reason what’s good for the residents is good for the entire municipality.


4 running as write-ins for 2 Greenville council seats

The Greenville City Council election is shaping up to be an interesting one. Four people are running as write-ins for two seats on the council in the Nov. 3 election. The candidates include a current councilman, an attorney, a former city manager and the former editor of The Daily News.


Funeral Notices for Oct. 24, 2015

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Susan Rieckman

Woman, 69, charged in Greenville accident that killed boy, 4

A Cedar Springs woman who had her driver’s license suspended five years ago is charged with a felony after her vehicle struck and killed a young boy in downtown Greenville last month.

Carson City-Crystal team members line up for the National Anthem with their pink jerseys before facing Fulton on Thursday night. - Daily News/Chip Burch

CC-Crystal beats Fulton on ‘Dig Pink’ night

Carson City-Crystal’s volleyball team made sure their “Dig Pink” night performance complimented their new uniforms. The Eagles swept M-57 rival Fulton 25-19, 25-22, 25-9 Thursday night on a night where they were raising money for breast cancer research.

Late Wednesday night, the Michigan House narrowly approved a $1.2 billion funding plan to improve and maintain state roads, such as this road in Greenville. The legislation — which now goes before the Senate — includes a 40 percent vehicle registration fee increase and a 3.3 cent gas tax hike. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Road funding proposal approved in House, headed to Senate

Here we go again: Late Wednesday night, the Michigan House narrowly approved a $1.2 billion funding plan to improve state roads. The legislation includes a 40 percent vehicle registration fee increase and a 3.3 cent gas tax hike.