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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Saturday, Aug. 22

Belding girls 5th ,boys 12th at St. Johns: The Redskin boys were 1212 out of 13 teams at the St. Johns Night Meet Friday. The boys got 320 points while the girls had 163 for fifth. Top boys runners were Blake Flynn in 50th (19:01.2), Justin McMaster in 80th (20:06.3), Royce Braman in 85th (20:27.5), Tommy Myles in 88th (20:33.8) and Zac Brown in 107th (21:37.8)…

Greenville’s Cleveland-Wolverton VFW Post 3794 Color Guard marches proudly through downtown Greenville during the 51st Danish Festival’s Grand Dansk Parade Saturday. — Daily News/ Brad Klosner

Bryan Armock carries the colors to honor his grandfather (Photo Gallery)

For most, the Great Dansk Parade is merely an enjoyable and entertaining event at the Danish Festival. But not for Bryan Armock. For Armock, the Great Dansk Parade means legacy.

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ED GILBERT: A huge German brown trout

Last week I mentioned near the close of my column that I was going down to the Pere Marquette River to fish for a while. Well, I did that, and guess what? I had some “reel” action! Parking my vehicle, I wandered downstream a ways. And low and behold, a huge trout broke water near the other bank of the stream.

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CHIP’S CLIPS: Lessons not learned

The Little League Softball World Series showed some adults really know how to mess up a kid’s love of sports. It also showed some adults don’t get it when it comes to playing sports properly. For those readers who don’t know what I’m talking about, there was a controversy in the Little League Softball World Series in Portland, Ore., earlier this week.

Greenville’s Felicia Callahan nears the finish line at last year’s annual Central Montccalm Hornet Run. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Greenville girls ready for cross country season

The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls cross country team will begin the season in just a few days. Even though the team returns five runners from last year’s squad, the Yellow Jackets will be a small team.

This year’s Potato Festival Parade featured a large number of lovingly restored antique tractors. — Daily News/

Effort in Edmore’s Potato Festival ‘pays off’ for 2015

Organizers put a great deal of work into this year’s Potato Festival. This past weekend, that effort paid off in spades as hundreds of locals and visitors alike gathered to honor the noble tuber, a staple of the area’s economy for decades.

Danish Festival queen Brianna Van Houten (next to Sparky the safety dog mascot) and her court enjoyed Family Fun Day activities, working alongside public safety department to entertain kids. — Daily News/Lori Hansen

Rainy Sunday doesn’t deter Danish Festival’s end of weekend

The 51st annual Danish Festival opened Thursday evening under gray skies, but the rain held off until Sunday afternoon. Though the talent show inside at Baldwin Heights Elementary School on as scheduled, the Family Fun Day in the playground was shut down early.

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Funeral Notices for Aug. 24, 2015

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Aug. 24, 2015

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JUST IN: Motorcyclist avoids deer, goes into ditch

A motorcyclist and a deer had a mid-road meet up on Saturday.

Lakeview’s JaTrevion Williams, right, is chased by Belding’s Matt Ferman, left, during a scrimmage Thursday. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Lakeview, Belding, Montabella tune up for next week

It was the final tuneup for the football teams from Lakeview, Belding and Montabella on Thursday at Kos Field. The scrimmage was the last chance for the Redskins, Mustangs and Wildcats to check themselves out before the games become real next week.