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The annual Greenville Car Show is returning to the downtown area for Saturday's evening event. File photo

Car show will feature cool cars, rocking tunes in Greenville

Car enthusiasts will rev up their engines and park in downtown Greenville from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The evening is expected to attract spectators to come see individuals showing off their cool automobiles, while the tunes are cranked as the Greenville Car Show gets under way, according to Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce Co-Executive Director Gae Donovan-Wolfe.

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Changes coming to Carson City Gazette delivery

Dear Carson City Gazette readers: We appreciate your loyal readership and wanted you to know about a major change taking place with the Carson City Gazette. Starting next week, we will be using the post office to mail the Gazette to all residents, businesses and post office boxes in the following zip codes: 48811, 48818, 48834, 48889, 48856, 48871, 48873, 48860, 48845.

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Funeral Notices for July 31, 2012

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Autumn DeVries, 16, of Stanton pets a stray dog at the Montcalm County Animal Shelter while volunteering at the facility Friday evening. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Stanton teen volunteers at Montcalm County Animal Shelter

Three years ago, a Stanton teenager found a new passion she not only enjoys, but that also helps others. Autumn DeVries, 16, volunteers at the Montcalm County Animal Shelter in Stanton.

A cache of abandoned methamphetamine lab equipment led to the arrest Monday of a man in Eureka Township. Paraphernalia used to make methamphetamine was found near the Flat River Historical Museum in Greenville. — Courtesy photo

Meth paraphernalia found by Flat River Historical Museum

A cache of abandoned methamphetamine lab equipment led to the arrest Monday of a man in Eureka Township. Paraphernalia used to make methamphetamine was found near the Flat River Historical Museum in Greenville.

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SHORT TAKES: Summer keeps steaming along

Is this summer speeding by or what? Here it is one day before August, and many of us have yet to get our first mosquito bite of the year. The sweltering days of August have already visited us in May, June, and July.

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GUEST COLUMN: Sober, proud and lucky, but journey is far from over

I made the choice to become sober 16 months ago, but my journey is far from over. I’m not perfect, I’m not cured. I walk a fine line and go to any means necessary to protect my sobriety, with a ferocity and passion most cannot fathom. Like a diabetic who must maintain a strict diet and exercise regularly, there are things that I, too, must do to treat my disease.

Walker's of Vestaburg was broken into three times and sustained about $4,000 in damages, including the theft of collectible replica farm equipment and vehicles. — Courtesy photo

Teens arrested for multiple Vestaburg crimes, vandalism

Three teenagers have been arrested for a series of crimes that occurred throughout Vestaburg, including a major vandalism incident at Vestaburg Community School. A 17-year-old Vestaburg man is set to be charged with 17 felony and misdemeanor crimes. He is out of jail on a $3,000 bond. A 17-year-old Riverdale man is set to be charged with 12 felony and misdemeanor crimes. He is out of jail on a $2,000 bond.

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Funeral Notices for July 30, 2012

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A pack of cyclists keep pace together on Vining Road in Greenville before stopping for lunch at the Seiter Education Center Saturday morning. Approximately 900 cyclists participated in this year’s Make-A-Wish Wish-A-Mile bicycle tour, raising money for Make-A-Wish to distribute to kids suffering from various illnesses. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Wish-A-Mile bicycle tour stops through Greenville, raises money for children

Bill Briggs of Ada and 5-year-old Ryan Heyboer of Grand Rapids had never met, but on Saturday they shared five minutes together that the two are likely to never forget. Briggs, on day two of the three-day 300-mile Wish-A-Mile bike tour, had just stopped with hundreds of other riders for lunch at the Seiter Education Center in Greenville.