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Daily News/Kelli Ameling Spectrum Health United Hospital gets ready for construction to start on the United For Health Project

$12 million project set to start officially Oct. 14

A $12 million expansion at Spectrum Health United Hospital is set to begin officially on Oct. 14.

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Tri County football falls to Newaygo

The Vikings found themselves down 22-0 at halftime and could not make a comeback.

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Carson City-Crystal can’t stop Saranac

The Eagles fell to the Redskins in a CMAC game Friday night. Mitch Wesley had three touchdowns, with two coming on passes from Logan Forist.

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Lakeview football stops Hesperia

The Wildcats won when they stopped the Panthers on the two-point conversion after Hesperia scored a touchdown with 29 seconds left in the game.

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Central Montcalm football drills White Cloud

The Green Hornets led 42-0 at halftime in hammering the Indians Friday night.

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Belding blanks Harper Woods

The Redskins made the long trip to the other side of the state and came back with a 46-0 mercy-rule win Friday night.

Greg Krusniak of Greenville stiff-arms a Creston defender Alonta Brown while running for a first down in the first quarter Friday night at Black Field in Greenville.

Greenville football cruises on homecoming

It was a cold and windy Friday night, but the Greenville Yellow Jackets offense was anything but cold. The Yellow Jackets scored on their first two possessions and never looked back in a 44-0 rout of the Grand Rapids Creston Polar Bears in the final homecoming game at Black Field.

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CC-C hosts annual XC Don Baese Invitational

More than 2,800 runners converged on Fish Creek Sportmen’s Club Saturday to participate in the 37th annual Don Baese Boys and Girls Cross Country Invitational.

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WOODS AND WATERS: It’s hunting season, here we go

Oct. 1 heralds some great hunting seasons, and many hunters are anxious to get started after their favorite quarry.

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Montabella football pulls out OT win over Vestaburg

Once again, Montabella’s football team had to come from behind to get a win. And it did. The Mustangs came back from a 20-0 deficit to beat the Vestaburg Wolverines in overtime 32-26 Friday night.