The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls softball team will feature a young, but talented team in 2012. The Yellow Jackets have no seniors on their team, but does have five sophomores returning with a year of varsity experience behind them.
The Lakeview Wildcats baseball team went through some growing pains last season. A youthful team from last year will return this year for the Wildcats. Lakeview coach Ryan Vellanti is hoping a year of experience will help this season.
The Carson City-Crystal baseball team will be playing its final season in The Central Michigan Athletic Conference this spring and will be doing so with seven returning starters. The Eagles will join the Mid-State Activities Conference in the fall, but will be looking to go out on a winning note in the CMAC.
Three main roads in Fairplain Township will get facelifts in the coming months. During Monday night’s regular monthly meeting, the Fairplain Township Board approved $71,072 worth of repairs to Derby, Nevins and Kroman roads, including three applications of chloride on local roads in the township.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Say the words “shop class” and certain images come to mind, not all of them flattering — kids gluing inexpertly-cut bits of wood together to form end tables of questionable stability or uninspired students counting the minutes until the 3 p.m. bell. There’s an altogether different picture being painted in Dave Albert’s woodworking shop at Lakeview High School, however.
Some guitarists say the sound is in the hands, the magical interplay of fingertips on steel; others say it’s all about the equipment — the instrument, the amps, the microphones. For Ryan Hallengren, the music comes straight from the heart and nothing — not even cerebral palsy — is going to keep that music locked up inside him.
Funeral Notices for Monday, April 2, 2012
Central Montcalm has a new baseball coach and he’s got high expectations for his team. The Green Hornets are going to be led by Rocky Studley, who takes over for John Johnson this season.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets boys golf team returns just two players with varsity experience. To say the least, the Yellow Jackets will be inexperienced and looking for growth from this year’s team.