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Funeral Notices for Dec. 11, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014

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Whooping cough case confirmed in Lakeview school district

A case of pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, was found within Lakeview Community Schools last week. School district officials confirmed the case was found Dec. 5 at Lakeview High School.

The stars may seem brighter in Crystal Township, but that's only in part because several of the Christmas decorations in town, such as this candy cane, remain in the dark due to the removal of a power line and meter that has cut electricity to a number of decorations hung throughout the township. — Daily News/Cory Smith

JUST IN: Christmas lights go dark in Crystal Township

Christmas lights have been hung along the major streets in Crystal Township, however, not every light is twinkling bright.

The General Bag Corp. building in Edmore may soon receive a major renovation and again be open for business to dozens of local vendors if a grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corp. is approved. — Daily News/Cory Smith

MEDC offers $650,000 in funds to rehabilitate Edmore ‘Bag Building’

For five years, village leaders have clung tightly to a dream of restoring one of this community’s oldest standing properties, one that, in a much older time, served as a thriving beacon of business. But how does one translate such a dream into reality?

A new snowfall, like the one which fell Monday evening in Lakeview, can be beautiful to look at, but in the future it could also prove costly to village residents who don’t comply with a new snow removal ordinance being considered by the Lakeview Village Council. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Lakeview considers winter sidewalk ordinance

One way or another, the sidewalks of Lakeview will be clear of snow following the next winter blast. The preferred method, according to Village Manager Jake Eckholm, would be if residents just picked up the shovel and did the job themselves.

Greenville Public Schools Food and Nutrition Department’s food service worker Kelly Ross slings out some pizza to Greenville High School students. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Greenville schools aim to feed students nutritious meals

Keeping up with the appetite of a high school student is no easy task, but the staff of Greenville Public Schools try to keep pace. During its December meeting, the Greenville school board heard a presentation about the district’s Food and Nutrition Department. Chief Operating Officer Korie Crawford described the many tasks the department completes throughout the school year.

Several students were injured when a Tri County Area Schools bus slid off the road and struck a tree Wednesday afternoon near Howard City. — Courtesy photo

UPDATE: Tri County school bus strikes tree, several students injured

Several students were injured when a Tri County Area Schools bus slid off the road and struck a tree Wednesday afternoon near Howard City.

The accident occurred around 3 p.m. at Tamarack and Daggett roads. Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies responded to the scene.

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UPDATE: Teenage pedestrian, pregnant woman and toddler all injured in Howard City accident

A teenage pedestrian and a baby were injured and a pregnant woman went into labor when two vehicles collided Tuesday afternoon in Howard City. Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the accident on M-82 just east of Amy School Road around 3:45 p.m.

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Funeral Notices for Dec. 10, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014

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THE REVIEW: A pit stop in Booker

Any road trip enthusiast will be the first to tell you that some of the most picturesque towns across America are not discovered on purpose. If you should happen to make your way along State Highway 15 through the northeast corner of the Texas panhandle, you may be just fortunate enough to stumble across the town of Booker.