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Chris Mickey of Greenville leaps for a catch in the first half against defender Jake Mitchell of Lowell for a first down Friday night at Black Field. (Daily News/Cory Smith)

Northview outruns Greenville football

In a game that featured nearly 900 yards of offense it was the Northview Wildcats who ran its way to a season finale victory. The Wildcats rushed for more than 300 yards in a 40-28 win over O-K White rival Greenville on Friday night. The win gave the Wildcats (5-4, 2-3) a slim chance at being one of the few teams with five wins to make the postseason.

Robert Failing of Carson City runs for positive yardage against Laingsburg during the second quarter Friday night. (Daily News/Cory Smith)

CC-C beats Potterville for first win

CARSON CITY – One thing that Carson City-Crystal’s football team didn’t want to happen was to have the team not win a game. “It’s tough looking at the possibility of being 0-9,” coach Jason Gray said. “But that didn’t faze the kids and coaches in practice. We knew we were going to come in playing [...]

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SPORTS GALORE: What to name a stadium?

If you haven’t heard by now, the Greenville Yellow Jackets football team will be playing in a new location next year. With the season nearly over, there is only one thing left to do – besides finishing construction – and that is to name the field.

Belding’s Charlene Kehoe, left, and Joesi Krieger, right, trail Cedar Springs’ Christina Dean during the girls’ race at the O-K Blue Conference Championships Thursday.

Red Hawks take Belding jamboree

Belding’s final O-K Blue cross country jamboree was a home meet but it was Cedar Springs that was feeling right at home. The Red Hawks won both the boys and girls meets, winning the boys meet with 37 points, six points better than the runner-up Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern Huskies.

A group of Greenville youth football players played at Ford Field Sunday during halftime of the Detroit Lions/San Francisco 49ers football game

Greenville youth football team takes to Ford Field

GREENVILLE - Playing at Ford Field is usually reserved for NFL players, select college games and the MHSAA football finals. A group of Greenville 8- and 9-year-olds received a special invitation to play in a scrimmage game at the home of the Detroit Lions and add their names to the list of Ford Field patrons. They [...]

A look at construction of the new Greenville High School on campus football facility.

Greenville officials looking for stadium naming ideas

GREENVILLE – Black Field is now for youth football, Yellow Jacket Stadium is for soccer and track, Stankey Field is for baseball and Industrial Field has been taken over by a yet to be named new football facility. Over the next week or so, Greenville officials and student council members are taking recommendations for names [...]

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A piece of Lakeview history may be history

A 117-year-old piece of history prominent in Lakeview’s downtown area is in trouble. Montcalm County Building Department Director Scott Minard has condemned the Lakeview Inn at 333 S. Lincoln Ave. He labeled the building as “dangerous and unsafe.” County Treasurer Marcia Sawdy also is foreclosing on the building because because of unpaid taxes.

Lakeview Village Manager James Freed displays one of the new LED taxi lights at the Lakeview Municipal Airport.

Lakeview Airport first in state to install LED runway lights

The Lakeview Municipal Airport continues to lead the state in implementing green energy. New light-emitting diode (LED) taxi lights were installed this week and LED runway lights will be installed early next week, along with an LED wind cone.

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Ionia County prosecutor appointed to state commission

LANSING — The Ionia County prosecutor has been appointed to the newly established Michigan Indigent Defense Advisory Commission.

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Teenagers charged with home invasion

STANTON — Two young men were charged this month with home invasion after allegedly breaking into an occupied house while the residents were sleeping last summer.