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GUEST VIEW: Check out GHS facility at Spring Fling

On Saturday, Greenville High School will host the Spring Fling for Women, which is being organized by The Daily News. During this event, the Food and Nutrition Services Department at GHS also will be showcasing to the Greenville Community our new cafeteria. We will be offering a lunch service very similar to what is offered to our students on a daily basis.

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Gowen home suffers minor damage after fire spreads from burn pile

Flames from a burn pile quickly spread to multiple boats and a house leaving minor damage to a Gowen home on Monday afternoon. The Spencer Township Fire Department was dispatched just after 1:30 p.m. to 16192 Larsen Ave. on a report of a boat and structure fire.

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Funeral Notices for April 30, 2013

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, April 30, 2013

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Montcalm County sheriff’s deputy charged with embezzlement

Montcalm County sheriff’s detectives are investigating an embezzlement of funds from the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) union, Montcalm County Chapter, by one of their own.

Kids got a chance to see the world from the seat of some seriously big rigs Saturday at the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department’s Touch a Truck event. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Touch a Truck a big hit for area children

The first really perfect day of spring couldn’t have come at a better time for kids and parents attending this year’s Touch a Truck event, sponsored by the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department. Held Saturday afternoon at the Meijer parking lot on Washington Street, the event featured fire trucks, ice cream wagons, dump trucks, ladder trucks, sky cranes, military transports and a host of other four (or more) wheeled vehicles.

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Funeral Notices for April 29, 2013

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, April 29, 2013

Christina Funk of the Organization for Bat Conservation unfolds the wing of a Big Brown Bat Saturday at the Belrockton Museum in Belding as part of the "Bats at the BEL" event. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Bat event entertains, informs children and parents at Belding Museum

As Christina Funk strolled around the center room of the Belrockton Museum Saturday afternoon, 6-year-old Xander Rickert sat patiently in excitement as Funk carried an often misunderstood creature within her hands. Rickert, among 65 other visitors to the museum, knew what he was in store for him and was hoping for a very close look at the mysterious animal Funk was presenting to children and parents around the room.

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Former employee arrested for breaking into Sheridan business

A 37-year-old Carson City man and recently terminated employee of Wrights Plastic Products was arrested Sunday after breaking into the business of his former employer in Sheridan.

This pool and landscape model gives Wolbers-Possehn clients just a small sampling of what the company is capable of producing. Wolbers-Possehn is celebrating two anniversaries this year.

BIZ BEAT: Duo anniversaries celebrated at Wolbers-Possehn in Belding

When Tina Possehn and Greg Wolbers tied the knot in 1994, it was as much a business merger as it was a wedding. All these years later, they both still consider it a match made in heaven.

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Greenville Handy Market robber pleads

A Greenville man has pleaded no contest to a charge that he robbed the Handy Market in Greenville last year.