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A look at the Michigan Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial which will be coming to Stanton American Legion Post 452 on July 24-25. — Courtesy photo

Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial coming to Stanton Legion on July 24-25

There is not a combat veteran who would argue the fact that war is hell.

Although all of the conflicts the United States has been involved in have been trying on both the soldiers and their loved ones at home, one in particular brought out the best and the worst in this country: Vietnam.


OUR VIEW: ‘Infotainment’ blog should hit the road and visit Greenville

A recent survey released via was the talk of many local gatherings over the weekend as it listed Greenville as the seventh “Worst Place to Live in Michigan” behind Flint, Beecher, Escanaba, Buena Vista, Lapeer and Highland Park.

We beg to differ.


Funeral Notices for July 14, 2015

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, July 14, 2015


JUST IN: Greenville school board continues superintendent search

Although the students of the district are off for the summer, the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education keeps on working hard. During its regular Monday meeting, the school board covered a myriad of material.


JUST IN: Lakeview Village Council approves Silent Parade for Sept. 11

The Lakeview Village Council has approved the idea of a Silent Parade on Sept. 11 that would coincide with Lakeview High School’s annual Wounded Warriors football game.


Belding softball disappointed district streak ended

For the first time since 2009, Belding’s softball team didn’t win a district title. The loss to Central Montcalm left the Redskins with 12 wins against 11 losses overall.

Above, Orange Jackets’ Lexi Hansen, left, tries to dribble away from the Spikes’ Gracen Scott during the Greenville Gus Macker Saturday. At right, Cap City’s Courtney Lynch goes up for a shot. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Gus Macker invades Greenville

There was a lot of “ballin’” happening in Greenville over the weekend. The annual Gus Macker tournament took over the streets of downtown Greenville with a record number of teams at this year’s tournament. “We have 226 teams so you figure four players per team, plus they usually bring about eight spectators with them so it’s a lot of business for Greenville,” said Greenville Recreation Department director Kris Berry. “We’ve been trying to break the 200 mark for the past 13 years and this year we finally broke the number in a huge way.”

Junior Searles walked the bass line while Jerry Waldorf picks his guitar during the Christmas in July Jamboree at Charlie’s Wag-N-Train Opry on Friday. At top left, Marie Wagner took her turn on the mic during the Christmas in July Jamboree at Charlie’s Wag-N-Train Opry on Friday. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Charlie’s Wag-N-Train Opry hosts Christmas in July Jamboree

Boots were thumping, hands were clapping and barn walls were shaking over the weekend in Sheridan. Anyone looking for a good, old fashioned jamboree would not have been disappointed on Friday. Charlie’s Wag-N-Train Opry hosted its Christmas in July Jamboree at its secluded pine woods location in backwoods Sheridan.


ED GILBERT: The ‘Lost Lake’ bonanza

Several weeks ago I wrote about an experience I had while fighting fires for the U.S Forest Service. Now, I’ll follow that up with another experience that followed a year later. One day during a noon break, I was looking over an old Lake County map at Forest Service headquarters when I discovered a small lake up in the northwest corner of the county. It was a very small lake, and it appeared that there were no roads leading to its location.


Belding, Tri County prep for football in July

It may be July, but there was football being played in Belding on Friday. The Redskins joined Tri County, Ionia and Saranac at Rudness Field for a series of 7-on-7 scrimmages. That’s where there are no linemen and the idea is to work on the passing offense and passing defense against teams that don’t play each other in the regular season.