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Carson City Police Officer Phil Andres, left, receives a life saving award from Carson City Police Chief Dave Ellis during Tuesday’s Carson City Council meeting. Andres was involved in the successful resuscitation of an unresponsive patient in April. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Carson City police officer recognized for saving life

Police Officer Phil Andres was on a routine patrol of the Carson City Regional Correctional Facility when he suddenly found himself summoned to the most intense emergency call of his young career. On April 20, while patrolling the perimeter of the prison, the Carson City officer received a call for assistance with a patient who was “unresponsive and not breathing.”

Greenville City Manager George Bosanic discusses some of the budgeted funds in Greenville’s budget for fiscal year 2015-2016 while Mayor John Hoppough listens. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Greenville City Council approves 2015-2016 fiscal year budget

It’s that time of year when municipalities start to feel the crunch … the crunch of numbers. During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Greenville City Council put the final crunch on its numbers by approving the city budget for fiscal year 2015-2016. And it’s looking pretty good.


Funeral Notices for June 18, 2015

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, June 18, 2015


JUST IN: Eureka Planning Commission discusses accessory buildings, dog kennels

EUREKA TOWNSHIP — Sheds and dogs were the topics of discussion during the Eureka Charter Township Planning Commission meeting on Thursday. During the evening, the commission discussed outbuildings in the Chittick Subdivision. The township zoning administrator will be addressing a complaint of a shed which has fallen into disrepair. In addition, residents of the subdivision [...]

Gilmore prior to Greenville’s Intense Summer Training Program on Monday. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Gilmore finding success at Newberry College

A year away from wrestling gave Luke Gilmore a renewed appreciation for the sport he loves. Following graduation from Greenville High School in 2012, the three-time state wrestling placer stepped away from the sport to heal from a torn labrum and to reinvigorate his mind. Gilmore said it is a privilege to wrestle.


One jamboree costs Tri County golfers

Had it not been for one Central State Activities Association jamboree, Tri County’s golf team could have been in the conversation for top three in the conference. Instead, the Viking golfers finished last, and that jamboree was the reason, said coach Corey Renner.

Greenville's Tessa Tobey plays the ball during a game this season at Lakeview.

Greenville soccer improved throughout the season

Eventually, Greenville’s soccer team started winning. The Yellow Jackets ended up 4-15-1 overall and 1-8-1 in the O-K Bronze Conference. The only win was over Wyoming High.


Central Montcalm school board approves next year’s budget

As the empty halls reflect the fact that school has been out for nearly 10 days, the Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education still had business to finish before it could wrap up its school year. The board, meeting in the high school media center Monday night, approved by a 7-0 vote final amendments to the 2014-2015 general fund and food service budgets before moving on to approve the proposed 2015-2016 budget.

Greenville Department of Public Safety Sgt. Brian Blomstrom

Greenville sergeant reappointed to Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council

When it comes to firefighter training, Michigan residents want the best. So it came as no surprise when one of Greenville’s own was appointed to oversee state firefighter training guidelines.


SPORTS GALORE: MLB All-Star game vote turning into a joke

Major League Baseball All-Star game starting position players have been selected by fans continually since 1970. Prior to 1970, the voting process changed many times between fans, players and managers for both starting and reserve positions.