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Curtis Foundation donates $50,000-plus to Edmore park

The Edmore Village Council has changed its tune about unsafe playground equipment in the village park. At the April 14 village council meeting, Village Manager Neil Rankin provided a lengthy list of concerns, accompanied with photographs about safety issues at the Glenn D. Curtis Memorial Park, located at 307 E. Forrest St.

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Carson City-Crystal senior balances academics, sports with technology

When he was just 2 years old, Tyler Craig was given a computer mouse to play with as a toy in his high chair. It didn’t take but a few minutes for the toddler to realize the mouse wasn’t doing much and was designed for much more.

Greenville pitcher Calvin Syrjala fires a pitch past Lakeview’s Jacob Ridgeway in the third inning of game one. Greenville beat Lakeview 5-2 in game one of Wednesday night’s doubleheader.

Greenville baseball sweeps Lakeview in district tuneup

Greenville’s Parker Syrjala hadn’t pitched since mid-April. On Wednesday, Syrjala took the mound against the Lakeview Wildcats and showed no signs of rust. Syrjala, on a strict pitch count, went 4 2/3 innings without allowing a hit or run for a 5-0 victory in the second of two games.

Making the Grade | Janet Ralph

MAKING THE GRADE: Federal civil rights laws prohibit discrimination in education

All school districts recently received a memo from the U.S. Department of Education. The following quote includes most of the content of that memo.

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Funeral Notices for Thursday, May 29, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, May 29, 2014

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Lakeview’s Wandel qualifies for state golf tourney

The Lakeview Wildcats competed in the Division 3 regional golf tournament on Wednesday. As a team, the Wildcats placed eighth. Just the top three teams advance.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, May 28

Central Montcalm 0-2: The Hornets were swept in their regular season finale against Newaygo on Wednesday. The Lions won game one 7-0. Brandon Braman took the loss, while Bo Studley had a double…

Making the Grade | Janet Ralph

MAKING THE GRADE: Federal civil rights laws prohibit discrimination in education

All school districts recently received a memo from the U.S. Department of Education. The following quote includes most of the content of that memo.

Greenville’s Alec Ward, middle, signs his letter of intent to wrestle for Davenport University. With Ward, left to right, are father Steve Ward, Davenport coach Jamie Boyd, Greenville coach Paul Johnson and mother Stacy Ward.

Greenville’s Ward to wrestle at Davenport University

Greenville’s Alec Ward will have the opportunity to continue his wrestling career. In doing so, Ward will help a new program set the foundation for future success. On Friday, Ward signed to wrestle collegiately for Davenport University in Grand Rapids.

Daily News/Kyle Wilson

Ryan Peterson lost his father Bill to a heart attack in March 2013. Living on a 1,200-acre farm, Ryan stepped up in a time of need and with the help of family and friends, the Petersons continued to run the farm as Bill Peterson would have. Ryan will be graduating from Montabella High School on Sunday. He plans on attending Michigan State University in the fall to pursue a agricultural industries degree before returning home, to hopefully, take on the Edmore farm full time. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

Montabella High School grad fills his father’s shoes on the farm

Ryan Peterson lives on a gravel road bordering Isabella County and Montcalm County, the sort of road that kicks up buckets full of dust when he’s rumbling through in his pickup truck. The 17-year-old doesn’t mind getting dirty though.