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SHORT TAKES: Ferris State on the hockey map

Hats off to the Ferris State Bulldogs. Those words came from Boston College coach Jerry York, whose Eagles won the NCAA national championship hockey showdown Saturday night.

Members of G.H.O.S.T. Paranormal Investigations watch a live feed on a monitor of four infrared cameras that were set up up throughout Clifford Lake Inn. — Daily News/Cory Smith

G.H.O.S.T. paranormal group certifies Clifford Lake Inn as haunted (VIDEO)

The question of whether spirits from the afterlife are among us here on earth has lingered for centuries, but according to one paranormal investigation team, Clifford Lake Inn in Stanton is officially haunted with their presence. G.H.O.S.T. Paranormal Investigations, based out of Mount Pleasant, officially declared the restaurant haunted earlier this year. Their findings, despite what you may believe, were discovered using equipment and tactics similar to what you might see on several paranormal television shows, but without the theatrics.


Funeral Notices for April 9, 2012

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A white Buick car crashed into a tree on the property of the former Greenville Country Club off Judd Street near Marvel Drive after the driver led police officers on a chase spanning more than 12 miles throughout Montcalm County. — Daily News/Cory Smith

High-speed chase ends in Greenville crash (W/Dash-cam VIDEO)

A Marion man is in custody after leading police officers on a chase that spanned more than 12 miles early this morning, ending when he crashed his car into a tree in Greenville. Montcalm County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a possibly intoxicated man driving a white car in the wrong lane in the Stanton areas around midnight Sunday.


Wah Wah Tay See worth saving

Founded in the 1960s by the Optimists on land donated to the city by the Tower family and now operated by EightCAP Inc., Camp Wah Wah Tay See has provided a summer camp experience for physically handicapped and cognitively impaired children and adults. Call it “a special camp for special people,” it offers the true camping experiences that everyone should enjoy in the great outdoors: swimming, archery, arts and crafts, canoeing, fishing and even singing around the campfire.

Canoeing at Camp Wah Wah Tay See is always a hit with campers. Camp board members are seeking additional funding to keep programs like this going throughout the summer months. — Courtesy photo

Donations, volunteers help Wah Wah Tay See share nature with campers

It was in the year 1855 that Henry Wadsworth Longfellow introduced American audiences to his semi-fictional hero, Hiawatha, a character based loosely on several different Ojibwa, Chippewa and Anishinaabeg legends.

On My Mind | Maureen Burns

MAUREEN BURNS: Love makes the world go ’round

“Love, Love, Love” sang the Beatles. “Love is all we need.” At Easter, Christians celebrate love. God loved man so much that he gave his son for us. In turn, people love God back — a right back at ya kinda thing.


Montabella baseball has 11 players for 2012

Montabella’s baseball team will be a little short-handed going into the 2012 season. The Mustangs have only 11 players on the team, and all are important according to coach Matt Hynes.


Greenville wrestlers place at MYWAY

A trio of Greenville youths secured medals at the MYWAY state youth wrestling tournament March 31. Caleb McCarty, Naythan Dobson and Liam Pillard were able to place in the top eight in the tournament, which was enough to medal.


Funeral Notices for April 7, 2012

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