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Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Three years ago, a Stanton teenager found a new passion she not only enjoys, but that also helps others. Autumn DeVries, 16, volunteers at the Montcalm County Animal Shelter in Stanton.
A cache of abandoned methamphetamine lab equipment led to the arrest Monday of a man in Eureka Township. Paraphernalia used to make methamphetamine was found near the Flat River Historical Museum in Greenville.
Is this summer speeding by or what? Here it is one day before August, and many of us have yet to get our first mosquito bite of the year. The sweltering days of August have already visited us in May, June, and July.
I made the choice to become sober 16 months ago, but my journey is far from over. I’m not perfect, I’m not cured. I walk a fine line and go to any means necessary to protect my sobriety, with a ferocity and passion most cannot fathom. Like a diabetic who must maintain a strict diet and exercise regularly, there are things that I, too, must do to treat my disease.
Three teenagers have been arrested for a series of crimes that occurred throughout Vestaburg, including a major vandalism incident at Vestaburg Community School. A 17-year-old Vestaburg man is set to be charged with 17 felony and misdemeanor crimes. He is out of jail on a $3,000 bond. A 17-year-old Riverdale man is set to be charged with 12 felony and misdemeanor crimes. He is out of jail on a $2,000 bond.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, July 30, 2012
Bill Briggs of Ada and 5-year-old Ryan Heyboer of Grand Rapids had never met, but on Saturday they shared five minutes together that the two are likely to never forget. Briggs, on day two of the three-day 300-mile Wish-A-Mile bike tour, had just stopped with hundreds of other riders for lunch at the Seiter Education Center in Greenville.
Angus’ nose is usually wet, his tongue always seems to be hanging out the side of his mouth and his coat is quite hairy. On top of that, he is not one for many words. But somehow he manages to get people to smile and talk to him. The 8-year-old border collie is one of three dogs owned by Greenville’s Judy Nortier that occasionally visits residents at retirement facilities, working as a “therapy dog,” helping people through trying days by entertaining them with tricks or just by listening with a wagging tail.