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Middle school student injured in morning accident

A student from Greenville Middle School sustained minor injuries Wednesday morning after being struck by a car on his way to school.

The Greenville City Council on Monday approved transferring more than $250,000 between multiple accounts to cover some funds which were operating on a deficit. The city moved money from the balances of healthy funds to those considered deficit funds in order to balance them, something that is required by state law. Pictured, from left, are City Manager George Bosanic, Mayor John Hoppough and Mayor Pro Tem Frances Schuleit. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Greenville moves money to comply with state law

The Greenville City Council on Monday approved transferring more than $250,000 between multiple accounts to cover some funds which were operating on a deficit. The city moved money from the balances of healthy funds to those considered deficit funds in order to balance them, something that is required by state law.

Montabella’s Sarah Miller (33) goes up for a shot between a couple of Belding defenders on Tuesday night at Redskins Arena. Belding won 50-31.

Belding holds down Smith, Montabella

Belding girls basketball coach Brad Wilson wanted to make sure Montabella’s Taylor Smith didn’t beat them Tuesday night. “Smith, No. 23 from Montabella, is a special player and we knew that going in,” Wilson said. “We wanted to limit her touches and make the others beat us.”

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Greenville girls basketball remains perfect in conference

The Greenville girls basketball team is in a stretch of five games in nine days. The Yellow Jackets won game one with a 49-40 win at home against Lowell on Monday. Greenville added another win on Tuesday with a 50-31 O-K Bronze win at home against Grand Rapids West Catholic.

Greenville’s Leah Somerfield turns to the basket during a district tournament game last season. Somerfield scored her 1,000th career point on Monday against Lowell.

Greenville’s Somerfield reaches 1,000 points

It’s already been an outstanding 12 months for Greenville senior Leah Somerfield on the basketball court. Last season, Somerfield helped to lead the Yellow Jackets to their first conference (O-K Bronze) title since 1990. Somerfield earned all-state honors at the end of the season and prior to the current season, committed to play college basketball for Oakland University.

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Greenville meth lab trials move forward

Two suspects allegedly involved in a Greenville methamphetamine laboratory and police standoff are headed to trial, while a third suspect will undergo a forensic examination.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, Feb. 4

Lakeview 48, Chippewa Hills 30: The Wildcats got 13 points each from Nate Shurlow and Caleb Ruvalcaba in beating the Warriors in a CSAA game Tuesday night…

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Funeral Notices for Feb. 5, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Feb. 5, 2014

The Belding robotics team members, top row from left, junior Taylor Sluiter, 17, freshman K.J. Robinson, 15, senior Garrett Spencer, 17, bottom row from left, sophomore Jessie Boyd, 15, senior Haley Davis, 17. Not pictured, senior Tre Robinson, 17 and junior John Parcher, 17. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Belding robotics team gearing up for tournament

On Saturday, dozens of students will converge upon the Redskin Arena gymnasium in Belding, but it won’t be for a volleyball or basketball game. Rather, students from throughout the state will be competing at the second annual Belding Robotics Tournament at Belding High School, hosted by Belding’s very own robotics program.

Baldwin Heights Elementary Parent Teacher Organization President Ann Harvey has helped make the school’s organization stronger than it ever has been before. With a lot of time and effort, the school’s PTO has seen its budget go from $8,000 to $22,000 in less than three years. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Baldwin Heights’ passionate PTO leader spurs fundraising efforts

What started as an effort to get more involved in her daughter’s school has morphed into a full-time passion for Ann Harvey, president of the Baldwin Heights Elementary Parent Teacher Organization.