Fellowship Baptist Academy was able to start the season off with three straight victories over Beth Haven Baptist, Midland Christian and Juniata Christian before dropping their first of the year to Immanuel Christian of Owosso on Dec. 14.
Megan Wolowicz was inspired to join the Navy after watching “Top Gun.” Last month, the 2008 Tri County High School graduate followed in the footsteps of that movie’s larger-than-life characters by graduating from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. In return for her bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering, she will now serve the Navy.
The long-troubled village of Pierson has a new leader – and he has plans for positive change in this tiny town. Marshall Dillon, who previously served on the council, ousted Karl Van Haren as president in the Nov. 6 election. Dillon received 21 votes as a write-in candidate compared to Van Haren’s 19 votes. Van Haren did not request a recount.
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Greenville senior wrestler Michael Schmidt is looking to close out his senior season on a high note. The 119-pounder is currently 18-3 overall — started the season with seven consecutive pins — and ranked No. 10 in Division 2 by michigangrappler.com.
By now, you know what headlines claimed the top spots in 2012. And all of us, as we do each year, look with anticipation toward the next 12 months. But this year, the hopes seem a little more critical, urgent even, on a variety of fronts — the economy, political compromise, budget issues and drugs. Here’s what we would like to see:
A mail carrier was critically injured on his route this afternoon after his car was struck by a tow truck. According to the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post, the crash happened at the intersection of Derby Road and Fleck Road around noon.
The Daily News staff picks the top 10 local stories of 2012.
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A family’s house was saved from a fire on Saturday and a neighbor, who was walking his dog, is getting the credit. “If it wasn’t for him, it would have been a total loss,” said Oakfield Township Fire Chief Don Riker.