Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Nov. 17, 2014
“Congratulations, you have diabetes.”
For Jodie Faber, those were the unfortunate words she heard from her doctor during a routine check-up.
As bad and shocking as the news was to hear, Faber knew that it was inevitably that type of shock treatment she needed to face to force herself to change her lifestyle.
“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
These words, by author Shannon L. Alder, could have served as page one of Doris Moore’s lifetime playbook. Doris was born on a farm near Edmore in April 1917. She died at her Nevins Lake home last Wednesday at age 97.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014.
A statewide surveying project two decades in the work has hit a funding roadblock … and state and local officials are confused as to why.
Thursday, as the cold, creeping northern winds blew flurries of snow across frozen ground, most people looked out their windows with a shudder in anticipation of another Michigan winter.
Most people, but not deer hunters.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Nov. 14, 2014
Like many other schools across the country, Greenville High School has felt the stinging effects of cyber-bullying. And it has happened again.
Faith Community Christian School Administrator Kim Borgenson wants to inspire kids to read so much she is willing to brave the harsh November weather in order to do it. On Sunday and Monday, Borgenson was camped out in the school parking lot in order to promote National Young Readers Week.
Tri County’s girls golf team not only was starting out in a new conference, but was also starting out with somewhat of a new team. “We had 10 new girls this year,” noted coach Roxanne Faber. “With such a new beginner team, you’re starting from ground zero, and making a lot of improvements and that’s what we did.”