On senior night, it was a couple of freshman helping to lead the Greenville Yellow Jackets to victory. Playing for the second time in seven days against the Northview Wildcats, freshman Landon Kemp and Paige Hallock combined for 32 points in Greenville’s 48-37 O-K Bronze Conference win.
Lakeview’s boys basketball team could barely miss when they took a shot Friday night. The Wildcats shot 52.5 percent from the field in beating the Central Montcalm Green Hornets 80-51 in a Central State Activities Association game.
Tuesday Lori Ann Hunter — 2 p.m., Hurst Funeral Home, Greenville. Wednesday Ethel Greenhoe — 1 p.m., Mount Hope Brethren Church, Carson City. (Lux and Schnepp Funeral Home, Crystal) Robert “Bob” E. VanHerp — 1 p.m., Brigham Funeral Chapel, Six Lakes. Sally Eady, 77 BELDING — Sally Eady, 77, of Belding, died Sunday. Funeral [...]
CC-Crystal 48, Montabella 34: The Eagles took the MSAC game against the Mustangs Friday night. Grant Gage had 16 points, Arron Haines added 13 and Garrett Tabor scored 11 for 40 of the 48 CC-Crystal points…
The Carson City Lions Club is seeking nominations for this year’s Carson City Area Citizen of the Year. The Citizen of the Year will be honored at the 21st annual Community Recognition Night, on Tuesday, March 18, at St Mary’s Hall.
Jenny Bennett has always had a flair for baking; she describes it not only as a hobby, but as “a way of life.” She’s happiest, she says, when she’s in the kitchen, the rich, sweet smells of yeast and sugar dusting the oven-warmed air.
The Crystal Community Library building was once sold to Crystal Township as a gift for just $1. However, after years of wear and tear on the building, its purpose as a library will likely be ending soon.
Scalpel, please. Donning full surgeon gear, fifth-grade students at Baldwin Heights and Lincoln Heights elementary in Greenville got a first-person point of view of what it’s like to operate on different organs within the human torso.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014
The majority of local lakes, rivers and streams may be safely frozen over for the time being, but in a matter of weeks, the current frozen tundra that is Michigan will began to thaw, creating dangerous situations for those who continue to venture onto the ice. That’s why members of the Greenville Department of Public Safety took time Thursday afternoon to partake in an ice rescue training session on Baldwin Lake, to remain proficient in their skills before the dangers of thawing ice occur.