Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for May 17, 2014
A good book entertains. A great book entertains and educates. A really, really great book also moves us and makes us consider larger issues, matters beyond our everyday purview.
The book revealed at Thursday’s One Book One County kick-off luncheon is among the latter, according to organizer Maureen Burns.
In his final moments, Joseph Dascola came to be at peace in the very hospital he spent so many years working to see flourish into the expansive complex that it is today.
At 99 years of age, Dascola died Wednesday at Spectrum Health United Hospital in Greenville — the same hospital in which he served as the first administrator from 1950 to 1979 when it was known as United Memorial Hospital.
There is no denying the Detroit Tigers are a vastly different team than they have been the past few seasons. Besides less beef in the lineup and less smoke in the locker room, the key indicator could be the team’s 35 stolen bases in 36 games. For comparison, the Tigers stole 35 bases all of last season.
The Belding Redskins girls track team is in the midst of an incredibly successful two-year run. The Redskins followed up last year’s perfect O-K Blue season and conference championship with a second consecutive perfect dual season and track championship, the only two girls track titles in school history.
The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Wednesday afternoon crash on Waterwheel Road near West County Line Road, in which one person was injured.
Breylon Senn may have lost his battle, but his friends and family continue to wage a war against a rare genetic disease.
Senn died from a neurodegenerative form of mitochondrial disease in February 2013. He was only 4 years old.
Read funeral notices for Friday, May 16, 2014.
Goals have been hard to come by this season for the Lakeview Wildcats girls soccer team. At least that was the case prior to Wednesday’s match at home against Big Rapids Crossroads, which saw the Wildcats score six goals, the last on a penalty kick, to defeat the Cougars 6-5 on a chilly, rainy afternoon.
The Chippewa Hills Warriors track teams took home both the boys and girls CSAA Conference meet titles on Tuesday at Newaygo. On the boys side, the Warriors edged out Reed City 112-109.5. As for the girls, the Warriors ran away with the title with 246 points. White Cloud was second with 85.5.