Greenville wrestling coach Paul Johnson is in the annals of wrestling history now. Johnson secured his 500th career dual-meet victory Wednesday night when the Yellow Jackets beat Northview 46-19. “I thought about it. I kept thinking, I was at 482 at the start of the season,” Johnson said. “Like everybody else, I’m kind of prone to think to get to another 100 is a big deal.”
As construction workers begin the battle against freezing temperatures, high winds and several inches of fresh snow, progress on the new Legacy Field football stadium at Greenville High School is continuing. Superintendent Pete Haines said all work on the new stadium is on schedule and crews have yet to have to use any “weather days,” taking time off due to weather conditions thanks to a mild start to the winter season.
On Monday, The Daily News commented on the Michigan Senate Democrats proposal for a new version of the Michigan Promise, a state-of-Michigan version of the Kalamazoo Promise. Kalamazoo’s privately funded program guarantees scholarship grants to graduates of that city’s public schools.
So you’ve decided to stick to your 2012 resolution and get into shape or lose weight. Great! But now you actually have to show up to the fitness center and work out. As you work up the nerve to prepare yourself — and your gym bag — to head to the fitness center or local [...]
Two people were taken to Spectrum Health United Hospital after a four vehicles collided south of Greenville. The accident was reported just after 11:15 a.m. in front of Brad’s Cleaners at 9410 S. Greenville Road (M-91).
A man on parole from prison was arrested after allegedly stealing and damaging a snowmobile and then trying to steal another one in Howard City and Cedar Springs.
Ottawa County’s 20th Circuit Court chief judge has reversed a criminal contempt of court ruling issued by a district court judge against a Stanton attorney. Scott Millard was thrown into jail by 58th District Court Judge Kenneth Post after invoking his client’s Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Football players from all over central Michigan will get a chance to see what an NFL training camp is really like during the Ionia Free Fair. Former NFL players Clarence Love and Damian Gregory joined David Badder of Belding to promote the Gridiron Institute, which is set for July 22 at the fairgrounds.
A combination of shots inside and outside helped the Greenville Yellow Jackets girls basketball team overcome a slow first half and third quarter deficit. The Yellow Jackets led 20-15 at halftime, but found themselves down late in the third quarter
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012