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Greenville’s Kyle Farmer, left, tries to maneuver the ball around Lakeview’s Ricky Harvey during the teams’ game Monday. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Greenville soccer takes down Lakeview

Greenville’s boys soccer players didn’t let a little thing like a one-hour delay bother them. The Yellow Jackets waited out the delay, then came out firing and mercied the Lakeview Wildcats 9-1 Monday night.


Funeral Notices for Sept. 2, 2015

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JUST IN: Greenville City Council discusses The Market, Dicastal grants

GREENVILLE — As August falls behind, the Greenville City Council continues to move forward. During its first September meeting, the council held a public hearing and approved three new business items. First off, the council held a public hearing concerning an Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption for Huntington Foam, Inc. The total amount abated will equal [...]


JUST IN: SAW grant paying early dividends for Belding storm and wastewater systems

A Stormwater, Asset Management and Wastewater (SAW) grant through the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is in the early stages of providing a large benefit to the Belding community.

Montcalm County Animal Control Director Angela Hollinshead has new hope for many of the cats and dogs at the animal shelter in Stanton after receiving a grant from the Bissell Pet Foundation to assist with the new Adoption Days program. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Montcalm County Animal Shelter awarded $9,950 adoption grant

Animal adoptions will be free for three months in Montcalm County, thanks to a grant. Montcalm County Animal Control Director Angela Hollinshead recently obtained a $9,950 grant from the Bissell Pet Foundation.

Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Board President Ben Adkins, left, discusses with Superintendent Kevin Murphy the subject of respecting Michigan’s open carry gun laws during the board’s August meeting. — Daily News/Cory Smith

CC-C school board won’t fight Michigan’s open carry gun laws

After months of deliberation and research, members of the Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Board of Education are nearing a decision on policy regarding Michigan’s open carry gun laws. The topic originally arose last February after a visiting parent attended a CC-C boys basketball game at home against Lansing Christian while exercising his constitutional right to open carry with a pistol on his side.


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JUST IN: GPS selects five for superintendent interviews

GREENVILLE — After many months of searching, the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education has narrowed down its list of potential candidates for its new superintendent. During a special meeting on Wednesday, the school board deliberated for more than two hours in closed session before deciding on inviting five applicants for a first round of [...]


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Saturday, Aug. 29

Vestaburg 46, Breckenridge 12: The Wolverines began the season on a winning note Friday. In the convincing win, Vestaburg rushed for 327 yards with both Chris Keeler and Alex Steed rushing for 101 yards. Keeler scored three times, while Steed found the end zone twice…

The new board of directors at the Greenville Senior Center is ready to rock, and not on the front porch. New programs and a determination to make the center relevant to modern seniors are informing recent changes there. Pictured are, from left, Marta Lores, treasurer; Pat Lovell, vice president; Margaret Durga, secretary; Jack Stein, trustee; Diana Farran, director; and Louis Durga, president. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Not your grandma’s senior center: Greenville group stays active

As Bob Dylan, even at his current age of 74, might put it, “The times they are a’changing.” Nowhere is that more evident in recent months than the Greenville Area Senior Center.