Latest Headlines

Campbell Industrial Force owner Rick Campbell of Gowen, center, checks in with employees Nikki Vore of Crystal, at left, and Wendy Humpert of Riverdale, at right. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Edmore cardboard packing manufacturer bringing jobs to town

Campbell Industrial Force is experiencing some growing pains. Rick Campbell opened the family-owned business a decade ago in Edmore’s Industrial Park, where he and his employees manufacture custom cardboard shipping containers and wooden pallets. Campbell opened a second factory five years ago in the old Alma Plastics building. The arrangement is been neither practical nor convenient as Campbell, who lives in Gowen, has to drive back and forth between the Alma and Edmore plants every day.

Members of the newly established Montcalm Economic Alliance meet Wednesday for goup's first meeting after dissolving the former Montcalm Alliance. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Montcalm Alliance re-established as Montcalm Economic Alliance

From open to close, the final meeting of the Montcalm Alliance lasted exactly 36 seconds Wednesday. That was enough time for board members to unanimously decide to officially dissolve the group, followed by an adjournment from Vice President Bob Clingenpeel.

Greenville’s Alec Grice gets tangled with Cedar Springs’ Santiago Quiroga and falls to the turf, while Gabe Zwinger comes away with the ball for the Red Hawks during Tuesday’s Division 2 district opening game. - Bruce Bentley

Greenville advances in soccer tourney

The Greenville Yellow Jackets didn’t play its best game of the year, but it was enough to advance in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 2 district soccer tournament. After a slow start, the Yellow Jackets adjusted to the synthetic surface at Cedar Springs and was able to score once in each half of a 2-0 victory over the host Red Hawks.

dnlogo

ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, Oct. 14

Volleyball Greenville 3, Cedar Springs 0: The Yellow Jackets continued their dominance over the Red Hawks with a straight-game win 25-19, 25-11, 25-21 Tuesday night in Cedar Springs. Paige Hallock had 10 kills and four blocks for Greenville, Katherine Stidham had 10 digs, Kaylee Wilcox dished out 13 assists and Riley Jenks made six kills. [...]

dnlogo

CC-Crystal tops Montabella for first MSAC win

It took a while, but Carson City-Crystal’s volleyball team got their first win in the Mid-State Activities Conference. The Eagles downed Montabella in straight games 25-15, 25-17, 25-9 Tuesday night.

dnlogo

THE REVIEW: A new generation of Griffins

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For Grand Rapids Griffins defenseman Brennan Evans pictures have captured some of the greatest moments throughout the journey of the veteran’s career, including a moment shared between he and his greatest inspiration, his father.

dnlogo

Lakeview clinches league title, postseason spot

Following an opening season loss, the Lakeview Wildcats have won six consecutive games. The most recent of those six wins, a 35-14 win at Hesperia, clinched the new Central State Activities Association Silver Division championship. Six wins also guaranteed the Wildcats a place in the postseason for the second consecutive season.

dnlogo

Funeral Notices for Oct. 15, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014

Stanton City Manager Jake Eckholm shows a scale model of a downtown clock he would like to see placed on Main Street sometime in the coming year. The clock is just one project the city is considering at this time. Others include an electronic sign and the re-establishment of the Downtown Development Authority. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Stanton moves forward with DDA plans

This city’s plans for the establishment of a new Downtown Development Authority came one step closer to reality at Tuesday’s meeting of the Stanton City Commission.

Members of the Montcalm Community College Board of Trustees, along with several of the college’s administrators, work through a three-hour retreat Monday at the Stanley & Blanche Ash Technology Center in Greenville. — Daily News/Cory Smith

President lays out future focus for Montcalm Community College

Montcalm Community College (MCC) may be in the midst of reflecting upon its 50-year history, but that doesn’t mean the school’s gaze is glued to the rear-view mirror. Rather, as showcased at the annual Board of Trustees retreat Monday afternoon at the Stanley & Blanche Ash Technology Center in Greenville, President Bob Ferrentino updated the board on various areas of focus during the three-hour meeting, while providing future goals in the process.