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UPDATE: Belding woman killed in early morning one-car crash

A Belding woman was killed early this morning after she lost control of her vehicle.

Troopers with the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post are investigating the one-car crash which occurred on Canfield Road.


Funeral Notices for Nov. 19, 2015

Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday Nov. 19, 2015

Howard City Department of Public Works Director Mike VanWagner writes job assignments on a whiteboard in the DPW office. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Howard City Village Council voices multiple complaints about DPW

A report about a water leak turned into a litany of complaints about the Department of Public Works at Monday’s Howard City Village Council meeting. The council received a written report from DPW Director Mike VanWagner — who was not in attendance at the meeting — about a water leak the DPW has been investigating since last spring.


Central Montcalm schools upgrades its vehicles

The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education upgraded the district’s fleet of vehicles Monday as it approved the purchase of three used buses and four-wheel drive truck. The vehicles will replace aging ones and were a budgeted purchase for the 2015-2016 school year.

Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, left, and Sen. Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan, speak together at a Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Board of Education meeting on Nov. 9. Both legislators voted in support of the new road funding legislation signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder on Nov. 10. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Outman, Emmons defend new road funding legislation

With a final signing by the pen of Gov. Rick Snyder, an official long-term road funding plan became law Nov. 10 after years of consternation and debate among lawmakers in Lansing. Eventually the plan will implement $1.2 billion per year to repair the state’s roads and bridges, as well as place a focus on sustaining the quality of those infrastructure items.


Montabella runner signs to run at Ferris

BLANCHARD — Kensi Garvey finished 13th at the cross country state finals in Division 4 Nov. 7. Now she’s going to continue her career at Ferris State. The Montabella senior signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track at the Division 2 school last week. “First off, it was who has the [...]


Funeral Notices for Nov. 18, 2015

Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015


JUST IN: Belding enters contract for building services

Members of Belding City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday evening to enter into a one-year contract with Associated Governmental Services (AGS).

Greenville coach Dave Moore, third from right, and assistant Mark Haist, far right, talk to the Yellow Jackets during a timeout earlier this year. - Courtesy photos/Jamie McNinch

Dave Moore retires as Greenville’s football coach

After 34 years of coaching football, Dave Moore was looking for a place to call home, a community to raise his two sons and for a job he could retire from. More than 13 years ago, Moore found that home after being hired as head coach of the Greenville Yellow Jackets football program. On Friday, after 13 years as the Yellow Jackets’ head coach, Moore announced his retirement in front of his players and coaches. He finished his career as Greenville’s all-time winningest coach with a 63-61 record.


SPORTS GALORE: More than wins and losses

After 34 years of teaching and coaching football, Dave Moore is calling it a career. Moore has spent the past 13 years as head coach of the Greenville Yellow Jackets football program. He began his coaching career in Texas for 12 years, spent six years as head coach at Midland Bullock Creek and three years as an assistant coach at Midland prior to taking over the Greenville program.