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Greenville senior Steve Eipper after practice on Wednesday. The left tackle/nose guard will play at Central Michigan University next year. - Bruce Bentley

Greenville senior commits to Central Michigan

Steve Eipper will play college football for Central Michigan University next year. Eipper, a senior lineman for the Greenville Yellow Jackets, committed this summer to the Chippewas. It was a process that began and ended quickly.

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Greenville opens football season at home

Greenville Yellow Jackets football coach Dave Moore begins his 12th season in charge of the program. During the 11 seasons prior, the Yellow Jackets have made the postseason four times, won nine games twice and a district title in 2005. Moore is Greenville’s all-time winningest coach with a mark of 55-50, but are coming off a disappointing 2-7 season in 2013.

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Vestaburg man faces slew of charges after two incidents with ex-girlfriend

A 39-year-old Vestaburg man is behind bars and faces multiple charges after two alleged violent attacks on his ex-girlfriend.

Frank DePue plans to ride Shalemar, his one-hump camel, 30 miles across Montcalm County on Saturday to raise funds for cancer research as his way of saying thank you to the doctors who helped cure his wife. — Courtesy photo

Greenville man riding camel across Montcalm County for cancer research

A lot of folks take part in walk-a-thon events to raise money for cancer research.

But as far as he knows, Frank DePue is the first walker to take his camel hiking with him.

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Lakeview continues to focus on opener

Lakeview’s football team has already had their first practice of the season. It happened at midnight Monday morning. The Wildcats practiced for two hours, then took three hours off before picking back up again at 5 a.m.

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Funeral Notices for Aug. 14, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, August 14, 2014

Triston McAllister-Harris, 17, of Mount Pleasant, and Trucker Shattuck, 19, of Six Lakes, were both killed in a car crash early Monday morning. The two young men were cousins. The driver, William Amble, 19, of Six Lakes, was injured in the crash. — Courtesy photo

‘They were always together’: Montabella area remembers cousins killed in car crash

The Montabella community is mourning the loss of two young men and the injuries of a third after a fiery car accident in the early morning hours of Monday.

William Amble, 19, of Six Lakes, Triston McAllister-Harris, 17, of Mount Pleasant, and Trucker Shattuck, 19, of Six Lakes, were all in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze going south on Musson Road near Deaner Road around 1 a.m. when the vehicle left the roadway and collided with a tree.

Members of the Montcalm Community College Board of Trustees discuss items Tuesday morning before voting on a resolution to approve millage renewal language for the Nov. 4 general election. — Daily News/Cory Smith

MCC board OKs resolution for November millage renewal

This November, voters in Montcalm County will have an important decision to make in the voting booth, a decision worth $25 million in funds to Montcalm Community College (MCC). During Tuesday morning’s MCC Board of Trustees meeting, board members unanimously approved the language for a millage renewal to appear on the ballot for the Nov. 4 general election.

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Funeral Notices for Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, August 13, 2014

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DDA discuss signage for activities at Lafayette Park

The Greenville Downtown Development Authority’s trial market nears the end of its inaugural season and the board is already looking into how to draw more people in next year. The main topic of Tuesday’s regular DDA meeting was signage designed for the market and other activities that take place in Lafayette Park and a potential open-air structure built near it.