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Water bill discussion tabled in Belding

Belding City Council members discussed the reimbursement of a residential water bill at Tuesday’s meeting. The item was added to the agenda at the start of the meeting by Councilman Dennis Cooper.

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Funeral Notices for Sept. 4, 2015

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Sept. 4, 2015

Greenville’s Alec O’Connor (1) and Nolan MacMillen (8) bring down Kenowa Hills running back Ryan Doyle during Thursday’s game at Legacy Field. Doyle rushed for 359 yards.  - Courtesy photo/Jamie McNinch

Kenowa Hills runs wild in 49-26 win over Greenville

Kenowa Hills is big and physical along the offensive line. Ryan Doyle was the beneficiary of that size. The Knights senior rushed for 359 of Kenowa’s 449 rushing yards in a 49-26 victory over the Greenville Yellow Jackets at Legacy Field on Thursday night.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Thursday, Sept. 3

Vestaburg 20, Farwell 6: Chris Keeler had runs of three, three and five yards for all three of the Wolverines’ scores over the Eagles Thursday night. Keeler finished with 18 carries for 90 yards and Dalton Keyes added 13 carries for 79 yards. Vestaburg had 209 yards of offense, all on the ground…

Belding Department of Public Works Director Ernie Thomas reviews a map Wednesday morning showing areas of high precipitation infiltration in the cit’s stormwater system. The results were discovered thanks to monitors utilized through a grant provided by the Michigan Department of Environmental Qualities. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Grant paying early dividends for Belding storm and wastewater systems

Beneath roads, sidewalks, homes and business, lies a vast underground network of pipes and channels that go unnoticed by your average city resident. But the importance of Belding’s stormwater and wastewater systems is immeasurable, used by nearly every resident and business owner in the community.

Belding’s Johanna McCully taps the ball over the net for a point during Wednesday’s match vs. Coopersville. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Coopersville rallies for five set victory against Belding

The road to an O-K Blue volleyball championship goes through Coopersville. The Belding Redskins know this. The three-time defending league champion Coopersville Broncos definitely know this. For two-and-a-half sets Belding was on cruise control. Like a typical Michigan road following a rough winter, the Redskins hit some bumps and potholes as the Broncos found their direction in a come-from-behind 3-2 win on Wednesday night.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, Sept. 2

Belding 2nd: The Redskins competed in an O-K Blue Jamboree at the Mines Golf Course hosted by NorthPointe Christian on Wednesday. Grand Rapids West Catholic won the tournament with a 185. Belding tied with NorthPointe Christian with 197. Coopersville shot 201, Comstock Park 216, Calvin Christian 221, Sparta 225 and Allendale 255…

Dicastal North America is ramping up to start getting into production. The company requested an amendment to a Community Development Block Grant grant, which the Greenville City Council approved on Tuesday. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Greenville OKs Dicastal grant amendment request

Dicastal North America is gearing up for production, but before they really take off they need some cash. About $5 million, to be exact.

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Vestaburg opens football season with convincing win

When you dominate one aspect of a football game, there is no need to try anything else. As was the case last Friday night when the Vestaburg Wolverines rushed for 327 yards on 42 carries (7.8 average) in a 46-12 season opening win at Breckenridge.

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THE REVIEW: Expand and conquer

For the first time in roughly six years, the Detroit Tigers find themselves face to face with a slim chance at the playoffs, a chance that’s slimmer by the day. Working to bolster their chances, the Tigers will use the start of September to shift focus from bullpen frustrations to a roster expansion. At this time, major league teams move beyond their usual 25-man roster count and open an opportunity for some of the standout prospects to get a chance at playing in the big leagues.