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Greenville to host bevy of student workers next summer

Youth groups and worship leaders from all over the country are planning to come to Greenville to help people in need locally.

Torrey Davis, 17, is a manager for the Jacket Depot, a student-run store at Greenville High School. One of his duties is to manage the Jacket Depot Facebook page to keep students updated. This is a project for Kelly Roney’s marketing class, teaching the students how to run a business.

Schools split on social media

Social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter are becoming popular more and more every day, giving schools a question of whether to embrace the technology or seek to curtail it.

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Greenville woman killed in weekend crash

A Greenville woman died and four other people were injured in a chain reaction accident involving four vehicles on Saturday.

This tennis court was recently received a new surface and striping at a cost of $12,400.

Stanton improves parks

City officials recently completed more than $30,000 in renovations to basketball courts, tennis courts and baseball fields in Stanton’s parks.

Klackle Orchards is using its own cider press installed earlier this year. Ryan Klackle, left, Phill Gale, middle, and Steve Klackle show off the new press that has been in use for two weeks.

Greenville’s Klackle Orchards showcase new cider press

Crisp colorful leaves, football, cool nights and the delicate blend of sweet and tart that flavor apple cider all define autumn in Michigan.

Zach Kunkle marches with others at the United States Military Academy.

Summer program is first step in education at U.S. Military Academy

A 2011 Belding High School graduate has completed the first step in his academic journey at prestigious United States Military Academy at West Point.

Terry Witzel stands looking at her mother’s burial site as she talks about her mother being buried in the wrong plot in East Montcalm Cemetery on Thursday.

Montcalm Township looks to correct burial mistake

A family wants their long-lost mother to rest in peace. That may be difficult now that Montcalm Township officials have realized the township made a mistake 14 years ago, burying Helen Peer in the wrong plot.

Dozens of Montcalm Community College students signed their name to "commit to complete" their college degrees during Thursday's keynote presentation. The banner will be hung in the student commons on campus where everyone can see it and read the names.

MCC students commit to complete

Normally, teachers frown on arriving late to class.

Blake Hulliberger was able to meet some of his favorite superheroes on his birthday in 2009 through the Make-A-Wish Foundation at Universal Studios.

Superheroes donate to save 8-year-old’s life

Typically, children think of superheroes as superhumans who can fly, have super strength and wear cool outfits.

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Casair broadband project moving forward

Casair received its first round of nearly $26.5 million in funding last week for its aggressive broadband expansion project, giving the company 36 months to bring high-speed Internet service to five counties.