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Nora Ryan was named Citizen of the Year on Tuesday evening. - Daily News/Jessica Beery

Nora Ryan named Carson City Area Citizen of the Year

A spunky nurse with a knack for getting her move on was honored Tuesday evening during the 19th annual Carson City Area Community Recognition Night at St. Mary’s Hall. Nora Ryan, a registered nurse at Carson City Hospital and local Zumba instructor, was named Citizen of the Year on Tuesday evening in front of her family, friends and co-workers.

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Montcalm County offices to close for 5 furlough days

Montcalm County offices will be closed today for the first of five furlough days this spring and summer.

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Greenville Middle School student expelled for 180 days

A Greenville Middle School student was expelled from Greenville Public Schools for possession of a knife.

Miss Belding 2011 Arianna Leppink is shown at Belding High School with food gathered for a Greenville vs. Belding food drive competition. - Courtesy photo

Belding and Greenville engage in royal food challenge

A friendly competition between two rival towns will result in a winning situation for both communities. Miss Danish Festival 2011 Audrey Frank challenged Miss Belding 2011 Arianna Leppink to a Greenville vs. Belding food drive competition this week at the two high schools to see which community can round up the most nonperishable food items to contribute to local food pantries.

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Funeral Notices for March 23, 2012

Read the Funeral Notices for Friday, March 23, 2012

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Names released in fatal Ionia car-motorcycle accident

Names have been released regarding a fatal car-motorcycle accident Wednesday night in Ionia.

McBride Park Improvement Committee (MPIC) members, from left, Tracy Stratton, Kim Jensen, Carolyn Kane, Tom Mascho, Roger Hinton and Bruce Sackett met Monday at Robert Lee Davis Memorial Park in McBride to discuss proposed site plan improvements. — Daily News/Robin Miller

McBride receives DNR development grant

Visitors to the Robert Lee Davis Memorial Park in McBride are in for a change of scenery. The village of McBride received a letter last December that it was among those recommended to receive a $132,300 Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF) development grant.

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Meeting in Brief for Crystal Township – March 14

Meeting in brief for the Crystal Township Board’s March 14 meeting.

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Greenville to host Odyssey of the Mind competition

Students of all ages will be using creativity, problem solving and teamwork this weekend for the Odyssey of the Mind Region 13 Tournament. The tournament will take place at Greenville High School for the second year in a row. “Odyssey of the Mind is an important program for students, especially in times of K-12 budget cuts,” said Korie Crawford, regional director. “It provides critical and creative thinking skills that are not always found in traditional school curriculum.”

Three Greenville Department of Public Safety officers were honored for their heroic efforts in saving a man and woman from a burning home on Jan. 13. Officers Tom Miller, left, Casey Huber, center, and Eric Hoig, right, received awards and pins from Greenville Department of Public Safety Interim Director Gary Valentine at Tuesday night’s Greenville Council meeting. — Daily News/Kelli Ameling

Trio honored for heroic efforts in Greenville

Three officers received a standing ovation from community members and the Greenville City Council after being awarded for their heroism. Officers Casey Huber and Eric Hoig and firefighter Tom Miller received awards and lifesaving ribbons from Interim Director of the Greenville Department of Public Safety Gary Valentine during Tuesday night’s Greenville City Council meeting. “I want to extend my congratulations to (Huber Hoig and Miller),” said Councilman Larry Moss.