Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Oct. 7, 2013
The Daily News has received four Michigan Press Association (MPA) awards, along with two honorable mentions.
Lakeview’s offense was unstoppable, its was defense just as good. The combination of the Wildcats offense and defense led to a dominating 52-6 homecoming victory over CSAA rival Hesperia on Saturday afternoon at Kos Field.
The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of a hit and run crash that sent a man to the hospital. At approximately 1:55 p.m. Sunday, it was reported that a 32-year-old Pierson man was traveling south on Bass Lake Road near Cannonsville Road on his bicycle when he was struck from behind.
n their annual Day to Believe game, the Belding Redskins looked like a group that never gave up hope despite trailing visiting Allendale 32-20 in the fourth quarter. After giving up scores on a 94-yard punt return touchdown by Falcon junior Nate Couturier and a fumble return by senior Jon Nielsen for another in the third, the Redskins battled back with a late score in the fourth and a defensive stop to give them a shot to win with 2:00 left.
Both the Greenville Yellow Jackets and West Catholic Falcons came into Friday’s game fighting for its playoff lives. Unfortunately, only one team could win. And unfortunately, for the Yellow Jackets, it wasn’t them.
Carson City-Crystal’s football team will be going back to the playoffs for the second year in a row. The Eagles won their sixth game of the season Friday when they beat Montabella 30-6.
Newaygo 35, Central Montcalm 8: The Green Hornets didn’t score against the Lions until the fourth quarter, when Newaygo led 35-0…
“I am a true believer in yearly mammograms,” said Pat Kidwell, 63, of Vestaburg. “I have been cancer free for seven-plus years. Every normal mammogram is a blessing.”
This year, instead of feeding themselves during the Thanksgiving season, dozens of volunteers from several area congregations will do their part to help feed others. Led by Jeff Wilhelm, pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church and the Greenville Ministerial Association, volunteers will meet from noon to 3 p.m. on Nov. 23 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on M-91 just south of Greenville to put together packages of food for distribution locally and to needy third world countries.