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Members of the Greenville City Council review plans for road work slated for this spring on Oak and Baldwin streets. At Tuesday’s meeting, council members approved an MDOT contract for the work. (Daily News | Mike Taylor)

Greenville council approves tax abatements for two businesses

Ways to bring new jobs to the city was the focus of Tuesday’s meeting of the Greenville City Council.
Council members voted to approve tax abatements to two city businesses in hopes of increasing local employment.

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Edmore Village Council considering 3 village manager finalists

Members of the Edmore Village Council took a close look at three candidates currently being considered for the vacant village manager’s post.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 21, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

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Howard City Village Council reviewing manager applications

This village has been without an official manager for three years.
Village President S. Michael Scott has been partially filling the position since the last village manager, Mark Rambo, left in September 2011. But in one month, Scott is retiring, leaving the village without a leader.

Belding Area Schools Transportation Director Kamie Jakeway delivers a presentation on “Bus Safety Week” to members of the Belding school board Monday evening. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Belding school board approves two-way radio upgrade for transporation

Radio static, interference and noise are all about to become a thing of the past for bus drivers at Belding Area Schools.

Communication between school bus drivers via two-way radios is a critical part of transporting hundreds of students several times a day to and from school, which is why a switch from analog to digital radios on each of the district’s 19 buses was unanimously approved by members of the Belding school board Monday evening.

Central Montcalm senior Blaine Hendrick, 17, races down a straightaway at nearly 30 mph during the  “Fall Fun Race” Friday afternoon at the Grattan Raceway.

Local students hit the race track with fun, hands-on electric car project

Darting around hairpin turns and speeding down straightaways, all the while attempting to carefully — yet aggressively — surge ahead of competing racers, the sport of electric car racing by high school students was on full display at Grattan Raceway on Friday.

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ED GILBERT: The chase is still the thing

As many of us hunters who have tromped the woods for years now feel, it isn’t so much the success of finding and killing game but just being out there and enjoying the chase that is really the thing. Yes, I’m getting up there in years and it is the case with me.

Carson City-Crystal junior outside linebacker Zach Edmister (62) chases down and tackles Vestaburg senior running back Jared Hilden (24) Friday evening. - Cory Smith

CC-Crystal clinches playoff berth with win over Vestaburg

Carson City junior quarterback Zach Pringle very nearly had a four-score game in a 41-27 victory over Vestaburg Friday night when teams on both sides of the field lined up to Salute the Soldiers. The only thing preventing it from happening was that Pringle ran his fakes and hid the football too well, causing an inadvertent whistle that nullfied a 44-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter.

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Cedar Springs defense shuts down Yellow Jackets

Two keys to winning a football game are being able to rush the ball and to play solid defense. The Cedar Springs Red Hawks have mastered both this season. On Friday, the Red Hawks continued its domination on the defensive side of the ball with a 48-16 win over the Greenville Yellow Jackets. Offensively, the Red Hawks controlled the clock with its methodical, Wing-T offense, which makes it nearly impossible to make a comeback when trailing.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 20, 2014

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Oct. 20, 2014