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Funeral Notices for Oct. 8, 2014

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Bernard Polzin, newly hired general manager of Dicastal North America, Inc., presents to the Greenville City Council an initial outline of the company's plan for the two former United Solar Ovanics buildings.

Greenville OKs Dicastal grants, sets benchmarks for funds

The Greenville City Council took several steps in welcoming China-based aluminum wheel manufacturer Dicastal North American Inc. to town by paving the way for grant money and drawing up a development agreement. Approved Tuesday night by the council, which will act as the fiduciary for the $5 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, the grant money is designated toward the purchase of the two former United Solar Ovonic (USO) buildings and 97 acres of land.

From left, Belding City Council members Joe Feuerstein, Mike Scheid, Jerry Lallo, Mayor Ron Gunderson, City Manager Meg Mullendore and Mayor Pro Tem Tom Jones discuss city business during Tuesday evening's Belding City Council meeting. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Belding SAW grant approved, services agreement reached

The upcoming task to implement expensive asset management plans of this city’s wastewater and storm water systems was inevitable, but the majority of the financial burden has officially been lifted.

A look at Greenville Lanes prior to the start of bowling on a Wednesday night. Some area bowling centers have seen an increase in the number of leagues and others a decrease this year. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

League bowling up, down around the area

Depending on what bowling establishment you bowl in, you could be bowling in a bigger league. Or a smaller one. An informal poll of local bowling houses has shown a mixed bag when it comes to the number of leagues over the past few years.

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THE REVIEW: A lot of us have been there

We hold our position as the center of our parents’ universe until that fateful day when mom and dad walk through the door from the hospital with our newest brother or sister and instantly the mentality engrained from birth makes its way into existence. Sibling rivalry, specifically between brothers produces a level of competitive drive and the urgency to stay a step ahead with every accomplishment.

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Sheridan VFW set to host candidate forum Thursday

Sheridan VFW Post 5065 and its Ladies Auxiliary will host a candidate forum Thursday evening at the VFW at 209 W. Washington St. in Sheridan. The forum will start at 6:30 p.m. and will be moderated by Eric Halvorsen and Belinda Slock. Refreshments will be served after the forum.

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Greenville hosts MSBOA District 7 Marching Festival

Greenville High School will be hosting the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association’s District 7 Marching Band Festival on Wednesday at Legacy Field. Fourteen High School marching bands from around the area will be performing for a rating from adjudicators. It will be an evening of great music and high energy marching. All tickets are $5. Children younger than five get in free.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 7, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 6, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Oct. 6, 2014

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ED GILBERT: Pheasants Forever holds successful banquet

I’ve been attending Pheasants Forever’s annual banquets for more than 20 years, and this year’s was, as usual, a great success. The event was held last Saturday at the Holland Lake Golf Course facility, and once again was fun and profitable for the Montcalm County chapter. Fact is, the chapter has had an excellent record since its inception 28 years ago.