An accident that involved a fire truck and a mini-van Monday afternoon left minor injuries to one driver. The Greenville Department of Public Safety was called to the accident at Chase Street and Greenville West Drive at about 4 p.m.
Read the funeral notices for Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012.
While the Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team was closing the gap on Forest Hills Eastern, senior Britta Bernth was setting records. Bernth shot a school and established a women’s course record with 33 on Monday afternoon, while shooting the back nine (Par 37) at The Links at Bowen Lake in an O-K Bronze Jamboree.
All of the construction the past year at Belding High School is starting to come to fruition. Tonight, the Redskins volleyball program will be the first teams to compete in the spectacular new Redskins Arena. The junior varsity team will play at 5 p.m. with the varsity team starting around 6:30 p.m against Grand Rapids Creston.
A reward is being offered in connection to a Lakeview-area theft last week. Henry Behrenwald, a Lakeview-area farmer, was victimized by theft between the night of Wednesday, Sept. 5, and the morning of Thursday, Sept. 6.
Well, there it is. We sure hope you paid attention, because you have a job to do. While the 2012 Republican and Democratic National Conventions are history, it ain’t over yet.
For the past 39 years the Wheatland Music Organization has brought some of the world’s most outstanding musical artists to the small town of Remus and this year was no exception. Friday through Sunday, the spacious grounds of the Wheatland Music Festival — the organization’s annual flagship event — played host to singers, artists, musicians and craftsmen from around the world.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Sept. 10, 2012
The Law Enforcement Torch Run will be held for the first time in Greenville on Thursday. The run began when Wichita, Kan., Police Chief Richard LaMunyon saw a need to increase awareness of Special Olympics in 1981, according to somi.org/x366.xml.
On June 4, 2007, the entire crew of a University of Michigan Survival Flight was killed when their plane went down in Lake Michigan while en route with organs for a transplant. Those who lost their lives included Dr. David Ashburn, a physician in training for cardio-thoracic surgery; Richard Chenault II, a transplant donation specialist; Dennis Hoyes, a Marlin air pilot; Richard Lapensee, a transplant donation specialist; Bill Serra, a Marlin air pilot; and Dr. Martinus “Martin” Spoor, a cardiac surgeon.