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Greenville soccer program receives $1,040 donation from Michelin and Wonderland Tire

Money donated to the Greenville Recreation Department will help fund the youth soccer program in upcoming seasons.
Recreation Department Director Kris Berry said some of the equipment being used by the youth soccer program has been in need of repair.

WGLM 106.3 in Greenville has a new voice for its Saturday Soundtrack early afternoon slot with Seth Sutton at the helm from noon to 3 p.m. The stand-up bass player for Midnight Cattle Callers said his biggest learning lesson in the radio business, so far, is to talk normal. “You’d be surprised how difficult it is to make yourself sound natural without being awkward because everyone’s listening,” Sutton said.

Sutton on Saturdays at WGLM

Musician Seth Sutton is making a name for himself, hitting the radio waves as a host for WGLM 106.3’s Saturday Soundtrack, which highlights a variety of classic music from the 1950s to today.

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Lakeview’s Griffith Field Airport buzzing with business

Since the dawn of time, man has dreamed of flight. From the wax wings of Icarus to the first fleeting leap of faith that briefly separated Wilbur Wright from the fields of Kitty Hawk, men have yearned for the sky and the stars beyond it.


Former MCC President Bedore dies at age 93

Dr. Clifford Bedore, 93, of Greenville, who served as the second president of Montcalm Community College from 1971 to 1978, died Friday morning at Spectrum Health United Hospital.


Funeral Notices – Dec. 1, 2012

Read funeral notices for Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012.

Greenville’s Sam O’Herron, left, defends Belding’s McKenzie Breimayer during Friday’s home game. They Yellow Jackets defeated the Redskins 54-37 to improve to 2-0.

Greenville wins physical battle over rival Belding

For the second consecutive game, the Greenville Yellow Jackets’ defense was the deciding factor in its victory. Once the Yellow Jackets (2-0) got the lead, they used their size and strength to force turnovers, missed shots, grab rebounds and get to the free throw line in a 54-37 win over the Belding Redskins at North Gym on Friday night.


COLUMN: Hunting isn’t over yet

Yes, the regular firearms season is drawing to a close, but there is still much ado for those who wish to keep on hunting. For example, the muzzleloading deer hunt is about to kick in, and if one likes other action, rabbits, squirrels and ruffed grouse are still likely candidates.


ROUNDUPS: Prep basketball scores from Friday, Dec. 1

Girls basketball Montabella 52, Ashley 24: The Mustangs jumped all over the Bears in an MSAC matchup on Friday night. Montabella led 17-0 after the first quarter and never looked back. Sarah Miller led the Mustangs with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Taylor Smith added 12 points and nine rebounds. Quote: “We started slow and [...]

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Roofing, drainage, elevation almost complete at future outdoor market

Slow and steady. That’s how Edmore village officials have been approaching a longterm project to transform a historic former factory into a year-round market and tourism destination.

The Oakfield Township Fire Department was dispatched to 12607 Harvard Ave. NE near Cedar Springs at 10:41 a.m. Friday. — Daily News/Kelli Ameling

Harvard Tavern storage shed burns down in Oakfield Township

A demolition on the north side of a storage building caused a Friday morning fire that took down the rest of the unit a business was trying to save.