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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Thursday, Jan. 22

Lakeview 69, Hesperia 49: The Wildcats earned another win on Thursday. Nate Shurlow led the way with 22 points and nine rebounds. Caleb Ruvalcaba had an all-around game with 15 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals.

Central Montcalm senior Lane Ledford goes up for a shot during a game at home against Evart this season. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

SPORTS GALORE: Ledford stays positive, Hornets stay focused

Lane Ledford made a move he has done several hundred times in his basketball career. On Friday, the Central Montcalm senior drove to the basket, along the baseline. Colliding with a Chippewa Hills defender, Ledford fell to the court with his left arm extended.

Greenville senior and Central Michigan University football commit Steve Eipper during a practice in August. - File photo

Eipper still committed to CMU after Enos resigns

Dan Enos is moving on from Central Michigan University. Enos, the head coach for the Chippewas’ football program the past five seasons, resigned from the position on Thursday to accept the offensive coordinator position for the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Patrick O'Connell

Citizen cooperation, K9 key in apprehending BK robbery suspect

Patrick Michael O’Connell, 26, of Belding was arraigned Thursday for allegedly robbing the Burger King near Belding. With the help of citizen tips, the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office located a 28-year-old Ionia woman who had reportedly driven the car the suspect had fled the scene in after allegedly robbing the restaurant Wednesday afternoon.


Funeral Notices for Jan. 23, 2015

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

Judy Emmons

Gov. Snyder’s speech inspires GOP

Gov. Rick Snyder gave another one of his patented “relentlessly positive” speeches Tuesday during his State of the State address. The speech showcased what Snyder saw as highlights of Michigan’s past year, as well as introduced several new proposals, which inspired his own party.

Rep. John Moolenaar

Rep. Moolenaar: Obama delivers mixed messages

President Barack Obama took a straightforward approach to his State of the Union address Tuesday, declaring the end of a recession and two wars and the start of more jobs and health insurance … and victoriously taking credit for all of the above.

Greenville City Councilman Lloyd Scoby reviews the Hathaway Green Planned Unit Development site plan as Greenville City Manager George Bosanic explains it to the council. — Daily News/Brad Klosner

Greenville City Council approves ordinance for Hathaway PUD

It has been quite the dance as this city performed its “procedural choreography” over the Hathaway Green Planned Unit Development (PUD). But the finale is almost here.


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, Jan. 21

Sparta 53, Belding 33: The Redskins lost their make-up game with the Spartans Wednesday night, losing the O-K Blue Conference game. Greta Wilker led Belding with 13 points…

After reaching 300 pounds, Greenville’s Jami Dulyea decided she needed to make a change — a lifestyle change. With the help of a full gastric bypass, healthier eating and adding more activities to her daily routine, Dulyea, 24, has had dramatic results. (Daily News | Emilee Andrews)

S.H.E.: Reaching a breaking point, Greenville resident makes life-altering changes

Jami Dulyea has spent a large portion of her life as a self-proclaimed “big” girl. She struggled with her self-image and confidence through school, and found that her peers contributed a lot her low self-esteem.