The Greenville girls basketball program will host a youth girls basketball camp this month at Greenville High School. The camp will run June 24 to 27 and will be split into two sessions. The camp costs $25, which includes a camp T-shirt.
A local community corrections program is going strong, despite budget cuts. The Michigan Community Corrections Act of 1988 established a statewide policy to develop and operate corrections programs for non-violent adult offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated.
Don Sherrick has difficulty walking for extended periods of time without experiencing pain in his legs, but that didn’t stop the cancer survivor from walking the initial lap of the Mini-Relay For Life event Monday afternoon at Walnut Hills Elementary School.
Two Daily News staffers won in three categories in the 2012 Michigan Associated Press Media Editors newspaper contest. The annual contest recognizes achievement in newswriting, sportswriting, photography, informational graphics and digital presence among Associated Press member newspapers. The Daily News competes in Division I with other newspapers whose circulation is less than 15,000.
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The 6th annual Central Montcalm Sports Boosters golf outing, benefitting the high schools’ student athletes, will be held Friday, June 14 at Brookside Golf Course in Gowen. The golf outing is an 18-hole scramble with teams of four. Registration for the event will begin at 8 a.m. and golf will begin with a shotgun start at 8:45 a.m. Following golf, participants will enjoy lunch and a raffle of great prizes.
Softball is a passion for Brian Zdanowski. Starting in high school and continuing today, Zdanowski has spent multiple nights and weekends each summer playing softball around the state of Michigan.
Seniors from Vestaburg High School took the next step on Sunday toward a new path in their lives. For the last four years, each of the 51 graduating seniors have been preparing for this moment in their lives. “It is a new journey for me,” said 17-year-old Tiffany Fishburn. “I have been here my whole life and now it is a new path for me.”
As graduate Andre Collins accepted his diploma and walked across the stage in the gymnasium of Carson City-Crystal High School, he paused for a brief moment, smiled, and raised his diploma high into the air. “Dad, I did it!” he shouted with satisfaction.
Bittersweet and exciting — receiving a high school diploma is a rite of passage. For 37 Montabella High School graduates, this milestone is merely a transition from high school to a future as an adult. Principal Shane Riley shared details of how things have changed since he was in high school. Stereotypes — preps, jocks, goths, geeks, artists, teacher’s pets or band kids — are left behind.