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CC-Crystal won’t ‘throw back’ 7-2 record, says coach

Carson City-Crystal’s football team didn’t go undefeated in the regular season this year like they did in 2013. But coach Devin Pringle will still take the 7-2 record the Eagles had.

Tri County’s Madelyn Paulen, right, tries to get an attack over the block of Grant’s Hannah Anderson (10) and Sierra Schuitema (1) during the two teams’ match Oct. 21. - Chip Burch

Tri County had solid volleyball season

The Tri County volleyball team’s first venture into the Central State Activities Association Gold Division turned out to be pretty good. The Vikings finished second in the conference with a 5-1 record, losing to Grant in a match that decided the winner of the conference. They were 28-19-8 overall.

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Funeral Notices for Dec. 2, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014

John “Johnny O” Ortiz introduces a poised and ready mixed martial arts fighter. — Courtesy photo

Greenville’s John ‘Johnny O’ Ortiz’s dream job is coming to fruition

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, fight fans across Greenville, we welcome you to The Daily News. In the dream job corner, wearing the dream job shorts, fighting for his own enjoyment of life is John “Johnny O” Ortiz. Here we go, here we go.

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Funeral Notices for Dec. 1, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

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Lakeview driver hits trees, fence

On Sunday a Lakeview driver and two passengers were taken to the hospital after losing control of their vehicle.

Bloomer Township Clerk Sarah Todd only has a few more days to spend at her office at the old Bloomer Township Hall building before township offices are relocated to the new facility on M-57. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Bloomer Township Hall moving outside of Carson City

The building at 217 W. Sherman St. has served as a veterans hall, a library, a school and, most recently, a township hall. Now, the historic facility is about to get its next assignment.

Hundreds of shoppers flocked to Wal-Mart in Greenville Thursday evening, creating a difficult-to-navigate sea of customers, to take advantage of discounted Black Friday deals offered throughout the store. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Local shoppers show up big for Gray Thursday; Black Friday remains popular

When it comes to shopping on Thanksgiving Day, for some, it doesn’t matter how good the leftovers from dinner are or what football game is on TV. When the doors of a shopping center open to reveal a plethora of discounted goodies, shoppers will come in droves.

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VIDEO: Daily News video showcases Belding marching band at finals

The Belding High School marching band never fails to put on an entertaining show, but the time and effort put in by so many students often goes unnoticed.

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Ferris State University defensive end and Greenville graduate Justin Zimmer, left, chases down a player from Northern Michigan University during a game in 2013. Zimmer and the Bulldogs play today in the second round of the Division II playoffs at home against Ohio Dominican. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Ferris State’s Zimmer ready for D-2 playoffs

Justin Zimmer was a dominating football player in high school for the Greenville Yellow Jackets. Zimmer, now playing for Ferris State University, continues to dominate on the gridiron. The preseason All-America selection, Zimmer is up for a host of awards for his play this season. Before that, Zimmer will help lead the Bulldogs in their first postseason contest in 18 years.