Yes, you can still hunt rabbits and squirrels, if you don’t mind the cold weather and snow, but there isn’t much more hunting one can do. But, if I can mention it, don’t go after some of those predators that are also out there hunting those critters.
Lakeview 53, Holton 17: The Wildcats hammered the Red Devils in a CSAA-Silver game Friday night. Nate Shurlow led Lakeview with 17 points and Jon Hansen added nine to the win…
With the weather forecast showing bitter cold next week, it’s time to start thinking about warmer things. The Detroit Tigers’ spring training is just around the corner, right? Pitchers and catchers report Feb. 19.
The frenzy that is the state high school wrestling tournament is fast approaching. With the Carson City-Crystal wrestlers earning their biggest win of the season Wednesday, it looks like the Eagles are primed for another run toward Kellogg Arena.
A successful city needs a successful chamber of commerce. As it turns out, Greenville has one of the best. After yet another successful year advocating for this community, the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting and awards celebration. The event highlighted the accomplishments of the chamber last year and handed out annual awards.
During his tenure as principal of Lakeview High School, Gary Jensen helped move the school from the state’s “dishonor roll” to one of the highest rated educational institutions in Michigan. Jensen has always been quick to credit the hard work of his fellow staffers and students for this transformation, but there’s little doubt it was Jensen’s guiding hand that made the change possible.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015
Locked behind a chain-link fence in the very center of town sits an idle piece of property that has become the epicenter of public frustration.
On the surface, the former White Consolidated Industries/Electrolux complex at 100 E. Main St. is ready to be embraced as a public park. But buried beneath that surface — 24 inches, to be exact — is a century-old history of industry, complete with contaminated soil, concrete slabs and, deeper still, contaminated ground water.
In May, Michigan voters will hit the ballot boxes to decide the fate of proposed road funding legislation.
The pending vote may not be on everyone’s mind yet, but it certainly is on the collective mind of the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015