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Tri County High School graduated 133 seniors during Thursday evening’s commencement exercises. Here, seniors wait for their turn to cross the stage and receive diplomas. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

133 Tri County High School grads advised to ‘shoot high’

One-hundred-thirty-three Tri County seniors said their goodbyes to the school that for the last four years has been their home away from home. Some were glad to be leaving, others mourned the passing of friendships that have endured since grade school.

Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce Co-director Candy Kerschen prestents to the Coalition of Greater Greenville group a new marketing campaign developed by a Michigan State University student. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Marketing campaign coming to Greenville

The Coalition of Greater Greenville is launching a marketing campaign to attract people and businesses to the Greenville community by highlighting its assets. The theme of the campaign and new motto for Greenville and the surrounding areas would be “Living large in a small town.”


Funeral Notices for May 23, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for May 23, 2014

Montabella’s Emily Lint fires a pitch during the first game of the teams’ doubleheader Thursday against Saranac.

Montabella loses last two before districts

Montabella’s softball team will have to find something to help them get ready for the district tournament next week. The Mustangs didn’t find much Thursday in their final regular-season games, losing to Saranac 3-1 and 17-2.


Wandel helps Lakeview golfers advance to regionals

The Lakeview Wildcats earned the opportunity on Thursday to continue its golf season. The Wildcats were one of six teams advancing from a Division 3 district tournament at Lakeside Links to the regional tournament.


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Thursday, May 22

CC-Crystal takes two from Fulton: The Eagles won both games of a doubleheader Wednesday against Fulton, winning 12-4 and 10-2. Jeremy Schneider was the winning pitcher in the opener…

Grattan Academy celebrated the class of 2014 and it's 32 graduates Wednesday May 21st, 2014. Over half the class is attending secondary school this coming fall along with four other class members enlisting in the armed service.

Grattan Academy graduation photo gallery

Grattan Academy celebrated the class of 2014 and its 32 graduates Wednesday. More than half the class is attending secondary school this coming fall along with four other class members insisting in the armed service.

From left, Belding City Council members Joe Feuerstein, Mike Scheid, Jerry Lallo, Mayor Ron Gunderson, City Manager Meg Mullendore and Mayor Pro Tem Tom Jones discuss a resolution to allow city council to act as the city’s zoning board of appeals. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Belding council absorbs Zoning Board of Appeals

In a close vote by the Belding City Council, one of the city boards will now be absorbed by the council to carry out its responsibilities. In a 3-2 vote Tuesday evening with councilmen Mike Scheid and Tom Jones casting the opposing votes, the responsibilities of the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) will now be carried out by council.

Mark Borden

From Carson City management to Bible college

This city’s administrator is taking his business and financial acumen to a Bible college out east.

Greenville’s Devon Tate lays down a bunt during the first inning of Wednesday’s doubleheader against Forest Hills Eastern. Tate was thrown out at first, but finished the game with one hit and two runs.

Greenville softball rallies to defeat FH Eastern

The Greenville Yellow Jackets softball team found itself in an early hole. Fortunately, the Yellow Jackets continued to battle and found a way to pull out a 7-6 O-K Bronze win at home against the Forest Hills Eastern Hawks on Wednesday night.