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Montcalm County Board of County Canvassers Ann Morse, left, and Sheila Sharrow prepare the ballots for the Eureka Township supervisor recount on Wednesday. — Daily News/Kelli Ameling

Shears remains Eureka Township supervisor after election recount

After Eureka Township election results were challenged, the incumbent Democrat supervisor remains. Candidate Republican Les Lillie petitioned to challenge the results after hearing of difficulties that took place while counting the votes.

Dennis Ortiz

Greenville man arrested after reporting stolen safe

A Greenville man reported his safe was missing — then was arrested when police located the contents of the safe. The Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to call of a portable safe that was stolen from a home at about 1:20 a.m. Monday in the 400 block of Orange Street.

Greenville’s Tate Jeffrey works for a pin during Wednesday’s home match against Reed City’s Thayne Stieg. The Yellow Jackets beat Reed City 62-16.

Greenville wrestlers start year with two victories

It was the type of start the Greenville Yellow Jackets wrestling team was looking for. The host Yellow Jackets earned two convincing wins to start the year on Wednesday night. First they topped Reed City 62-16 and then Rockford 46-19.


ROUNDUP: Prep wrestling scores from Wednesday, Dec. 5

Wrestling Belding 49, Coopersville 24: The Redskins opened the season with an O-K Blue Conference win over the Broncos in Coopersville Wednesday night. Getting pins for Belding were Devin Bailey (130 pounds), Brady Phelps (140), Sean Paauwe (145), Michael Walker (152), Todd Haller (215) and Michael Hunter (103). Records: 1-0 and 1-0. Next match: at [...]

John Barry

Country musician John Barry to perform Dec. 8 in Greenville

Country music star John Barry will perform in concert this weekend to benefit the Montcalm County 4-H Association. Barry will be performing a Christmas concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Greenville Performing Arts Center.


Funeral Notices – Dec. 6, 2012

Read funeral notices for Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012.


Greenville police looking for man who snatched purse

The Greenville Department of Public Safety is searching for a young man who attacked an elderly Greenville woman and stole her purse this afternoon.

First-time author Steve Schofield holds his finished book, “52 Pickup: These Are The Words I Give To You To Share With Everyone.” He will be signing books on Friday at Robbins Booklist in Greenville with local author Maureen Burns. — Daily News/Kelli Ameling

Writing helps Greenville author cope with life’s trials

A first-time Greenville author has channeled his life events into a Christian-devotional book, but writing a book was not his original intention.

Ronald Williams

BREAKING NEWS: Howard City man pleads no contest to fatal hit-and-run

A Howard City man decided to plead no contest to a fatal hit and run just before a trial went to a jury – and the charge may be reduced to a simple traffic violation.


Greenville hunter found alive after getting lost

NUNDA TOWNSHIP — A Greenville man was found by Michigan State Police troopers after using the help of friends, family and the phone company.