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Funeral Notices for May 21, 2014

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Lakeview’s Garrett Cavendish beats the throw to second during Tuesday nights game against the Big Rapids Cardinals. Big Rapids won both games of Tuesday’s doubleheader. - Kyle Wilson

Big Rapids sweeps Lakeview on the diamond

Missed opportunities cost the Lakeview Wildcats baseball team a win. Trailing early, the Wildcats battled back to take the lead against the Big Rapids Cardinals only to give the lead and the game away the next inning in a 9-8 loss at home on Tuesday night.

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JUST IN: Carson City administrator resigns

This city’s administrator submitted his resignation at Tuesday night’s Carson City Council meeting.

Greenville City Manager George Bosanic, left, said Tuesday the online registration for this year's Tri-Greenville triathlon is up from last year, despite cool temperatures extending into May. Also pictured is Mayor John Hoppough. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Tri Greenville online registration up from last year

One of the most brutal winters in recent memory isn’t far in the rearview mirror and Tri Greenville triathlon organizers are doing what they can to convince potential contestants Baldwin Lake will be plenty warm.

Tri County High School graduating senior Codey Minard hopes to one day land his dream job of being the first wheelchair-bound minor league baseball team manager. His advice to fellow students: keep trying. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Tri County senior hopes to be first wheelchair bound baseball manager

Codey Minard was only 10 years old when he was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. The boy who had loved nothing more than playing sports, particularly baseball, suddenly had to come to terms with the fact he would be spending his life in a wheelchair.

Sen. Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan, speaks during Monday’s Legislative Update meeting at Montcalm Community College on the topic of changes made to the Michigan Right to Farm Act. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Farm rules causing stir with urban farmers

In Montcalm County, having a neighbor who makes a living raising farm animals or growing crops may seem commonplace, but that is not necessarily the case in the more urban areas in Michigan.

Belding Area Schools Board of Education members, from left, Cori Anderson, Robert Insley and Vice President Timothy Flynn, discuss matters during Monday evening’s board meeting. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Belding school board votes to replace computer labs

In 2010, Belding Area Schools made a commitment to new and improved technologies with the approval of a $38.8 million bond that helped bring iPads and other electronic devices to the district.

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Funeral Notices for May 20, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Belding’s Brady Blasher prepares for his at bat Monday against Greenville. Belding fell to Greenville 9-8 in game one of the double header.

Greenville baseball takes two from Belding

Greenville’s baseball team got some offense going in their doubleheader against Belding Monday. The Yellow Jackets were able to pound out 19 runs in beating the Redskins 9-8 and 10-1 on Belding’s diamond.

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Belding hosts 10 teams for junior varsity track meet

Belding High School hosted a junior varsity meet on Monday consisting of only freshman and sophomores. In all, 10 teams competed in the event.