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Cooper defeats Belding councilman Feuerstein in recall vote

After serving three years of his five-year term as councilman of this city, Joe Feuerstein will now exit his seat after losing to challenger Dennis Cooper in a special recall election.

Cooper received 587 votes to Feuerstein’s 385 votes, or 54 to 35 percent.


Eureka Township supervisor keeps seat

This township’s supervisor has been re-elected to another term.

Rodney Roy received 760 votes to challenger Les Lillie’s 571 votes, or 57 to 43 percent.


Voters elect to turn over Edmore Village Council

This village has a new leader and new council members.

Voters made their dissatisfaction known at the polls Tuesday in the most contested race in Montcalm County. A total of 17 candidates were in the running for five seats on the Edmore Village Council.

Belding’s Sarah Brownell, right, Greta Wilker, middle, and Sam McNeal, left, get ready to serve receive during Monday’s Class B district volleyball opener at Central Montcalm. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Belding advances with 3-1 victory over Alma

The Belding Redskins always seem to play its best volleyball this time of the year. That means the district tournament. On Monday, the Redskins took their first step toward winning a fourth consecutive Class B district title with a 25-17, 23-25, 25-15, 25-17 win over Alma in the first round of district play at Central Montcalm High School. The Redskins domination goes further back with district title wins in six of the last seven tourneys.

Greenville has a new park and ride area thanks to the efforts of the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee. The car pool is located on the west side of Meijer’s parking lot just off M-57. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Carpool located on west side of Greenville Meijer parking lot

Carpooling just became more convenient in Greenville. The Meijer store now features a park and ride on the west side of its parking lot, thanks to a yearlong effort by the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee.


Northview sweeps Greenville in district opener

Greenville’s volleyball team had a chance to take revenge on Northview for two O-K Bronze Conference losses during the regular season. The Wildcats never gave the Yellow Jackets a chance.


THE REVIEW: Motown magic

He wasn’t part of the original plan. No one had expected to discover him. Hockey scouting reports weren’t singing his praises, but as fate would have it, the ambition of a resilient Russian would give just enough of a push to grab the eye of an organization and forever change his future.


Funeral Notices for Nov. 4, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014


JUST IN: Carson City man killed in car accident

A Carson City man was killed in an early morning car accident today. The Michigan State Police are investigating the crash, which occurred around 3:30 a.m. on Vickeryville Road near Holland Lake Road.

Carson City-Crystal’s Tabor Erskin, left, and Zach Pringle, middle, try to bring down Ravenna receiver Alex Jawor during Saturday’s first round playoff game. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

CC-Crystal loses to Ravenna in opening round 42-14

The Ravenna Bulldogs were a little more physical and a little more athletic than the Carson City-Crystal Eagles. On Saturday, in the first round of the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 6 football playoffs, the Bulldogs, behind the effort of running back David Thompson, defeated the Eagles 42-14 to advance to the district final.