The Greenville Yellow Jackets golf team dominated the Lakeview Invitational. Greenville’s four golfers finished first through fourth, while the Yellow Jackets shot 340 to win the invitational over Kent City’s 391 at Brookside Golf Course on Saturday.
Central wins Alma tourney: The Green Hornets won both of their games in the Alma Invitational Saturday to win the tournament. Central started out with a 4-3 win over the host Panthers…
It’s been one month since a Sidney Township man was found slain in his home amidst multiple home invasions in the Nevins Lake neighborhood. Alan “Dale” Nelson, 80, was found in his house at 591 Nelson Drive on March 30. His home had been broken into, along with three other cottages on the lake. Nelson lived alone and was home by himself at the time of the attack. Police have not yet released the cause of Nelson’s death.
This summer, the owners of the EZ Mart Mobile gas station in Greenville were set for a large expansion project. As of Thursday, their plans have changed. Now they’re going even bigger — at least in terms of property.
Is it just me, or does it always rain, snow and be very cold and miserable on the opening days of Michigan’s trout season? Well and regardless, here we go again!
A Belding senior will be one of the first members of the Cornerstone University women’s bowling team. Alyviah Mason signed her letter of intent to bowl for Cornerstone in front of her family and her Belding softball teammates Friday.
Todd Switzer and Kyle Peterman dueled back and forth for nine innings. Switzer earned the win for Central Montcalm with Ben West’s walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning — two extra innings — to defeat the Tri County Vikings 3-2 on Friday.
CC-Crystal, Sacred Heart split: The Eagles and Irish made up their doubleheader that was postponed from Tuesday, with Sacred Heart winning the first game 4-0 and CC-Crystal winning the second 3-2…
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, April 27, 2015
As the popularity of electronic cigarettes grows, so too does the amount of questions raised regarding how they should be regulated. Are they dangerous? What’s in them? Are they a legitimate substitute for traditional cigarettes?