Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013
In early August we said goodbye to our friend, father, brother, uncle and husband. But our story isn’t any different than anyone else who loses a loved one either suddenly or over a period of time. But not having gone through this with a family member before their time, we weren’t sure what to expect, to plan for or to accommodate. But most importantly we weren’t aware of the significant impact living in such a loving, supportive community would have on us all.
More than $12,000 has been spent to date in an ongoing lawsuit between the city of Greenville and Eureka Township regarding a dispute over a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Birdy’s Antiques & Gifts in Stanton is one of those stores that attract browsers the way honey attracts bears. More than just an antique store, Birdy’s is filled to the brim with items that will transport you down memory lane, make you smile, or simply hold your interest until yet another object catches your eye.
For the fourth-straight game, the Belding Redskins got off to a quick start and eclipsed 40 points. Belding scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and two in the second, while holding the Blackhawks of Leslie scoreless over the opening 24 minutes Friday night as the Redskins improved to 4-0 with a 49-14 homecoming victory.
Carson City-Crystal and Vestaburg went into their football game even at 3-0 with Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart in the Mid-State Activities Conference South Division standings. The Eagles beat the Wolverines in the conference opener Friday 24-6. With the Irish’s 42-0 win over Ashley, CC-Crystal and Sacred Heart will be undefeated going into next Friday’s games.
You can’t have a much better start than the Greenville Yellow Jackets had on Friday night. The Greenville defense started the game with a three-and-out, while junior Kyle Swindell took the Yellow Jackets first offensive play of the game 62 yards for a touchdown.
Lakeview 17, Chippewa Hills 7: The Wildcats got two touchdowns from Nate Shurlow in beating the Warriors in a CSAA game Friday night…
In the face of tragedy, Belding and its surrounding communities demonstrated during the past few days what is truly special about where we live. The willingness — without hesitation — of dozens of community members to drop everything to help look for Devon Morrison, 10, who didn’t come home Saturday night.
This column and the next few are by far the most challenging I have undertaken since the Daily News offered me the opportunity to write weekly about education. The use of technology to help educate our young people is intriguing, controversial, confusing and difficult to explain. I am well aware of that, but I am determined to try to help parents and the public better understand this complicated issue.