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Kristin Hansen is among the lucky ones. She gets up each morning looking forward to her day’s work, anxious to interact with her clients. Hansen’s fondness for her customers may come, in part at least, from the fact they tend to lick her face while she works. Country Pet’s Grooming Salon isn’t the first dog grooming shop Hansen’s worked at, but it’s the first she’s owned herself.
Belding residents will see some fee increases for certain things in the coming year. During a June 7 meeting, the Belding City Council voted 4-0 to approve the budget for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Per the city charter, the council held a budget workshop that was open to the public on May 17 to review the budget in detail and verify that it was satisfactory.
For millions of fathers across America, this Sunday is kind of a big deal. It’s the one day set aside each year in which dads get their due. But it’s particularly meaningful for the Ledin family of Greenville. For at least three of them, June 19 is not only Father’s Day, but cause for birthday celebrations.
CARSON CITY — Carson City-Crystal’s athletic program will have a familiar face at the helm next school year. Devin Pringle will reclaim his position as athletic director once current athletic director Larry Farmer steps down, which he announced recently will be at the end of this month. Farmer had taken the role of athletic director [...]
HOWARD CITY — Chris Overbeek has been the coach of the Tri County varsity baseball team for the past 21 seasons. However, he wants to be a dad again. Overbeek submitted his resignation from the baseball coaching job June 6. “I don’t know if you can call it retiring because I’m 45 years old and [...]
A male driver suffered injuries and was transported by ambulance to a hospital after his vehicle crossed the center line of Sidney Road Friday, left the roadway, and rolled several times into a cornfield.
When Keith Hudson first moved to this city more than 40 years ago, it didn’t take him long to fall in love with it.
From the cycling trails and arts programs, to the bricks that built the foundation of Greenville’s first industrial buildings, the president of the Flat River Historical Society has made it a mission to educate others on what the city has to offer, from times both past and present.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, June 17, 2016
Since she was a little girl, Brianna Van Houten has been performing on stage and loved it. The 19-year-old Greenville resident is on stage this week in what could become a life-changing experience: Becoming Miss Michigan and competing for Miss America.