Funeral notices for Friday, Feb. 14, 2013
Baldwin Heights Elementary School is receiving supplies to possibly help save the lives of not only two young girls in the community, but others like them across the country. A bone marrow drive will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the cafeteria in Baldwin Heights Elementary School.
An Orleans Township woman who walked away from Ionia Sparrow Hospital on Wednesday has been found safe in Westland. Linda Mae Maroulis, a 51-year-old white female, is suffering from a health condition and walked away from from the hospital about 5:30 a.m.
The Montcalm County Drain Commissioner’s Office is about to be reorganized with old positions leaving and new positions being brought on. Drain Commissioner Sandy Raines, who was elected in November, approached the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners Finance and Personnel Committee Monday to explain her reasoning for bringing changes to her office.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013
For the fourth consecutive year, the Greenville Yellow Jackets wrestling team, family, friends and fans will make the trip down M-66 to Battle Creek for the team state wrestling championships at Kellogg Arena. The Yellow Jackets — ranked No. 7 in Division 2 — earned the trip with two more convincing victories in a regional that was expected to be a little more competitive.
When it comes down to it, a ranking doesn’t mean a thing in high school wrestling, so says Carson City-Crystal (CC-C) head coach Kacy Datema. His Eagles team, however, earned every bit of its reputation as the ninth-ranked team in District 4, winning the regional title with a tough 45-33 win over the St. Louis Sharks at Montabella High School on Wednesday night.
It’s been a long time since Belding’s wrestling team claimed a team regional title. But the Redskins did just that Wednesday night, winning the Division 3 regional at Lake Odessa Lakewood High School with wins over Chesaning and Leslie.
It is no secret that this newspaper is a huge supporter of the local public schools.
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education took a step closer to the Early College proposal. During its regular scheduled meeting on Monday, the board of education authorized Superintendent Pete Haines to reach an agreement to provide additional opportunities for Greenville students through the Early College program. However, the decision came after much discussion from the board on whether the benefits outweighed the risks.