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New Edmore Village President Karl Kluwe opened Monday’s regular meeting by congratulating the new members to council and welcoming James Lower to his first official meeting as the new village manager. — Daily News/Ryan Schlehuber

5, including 4 new members, sworn into Edmore Village Council

Four new members and one returning member were sworn into office at Monday evening’s Edmore Village Council meeting. New members who won a seat on council in the Nov. 4 election were Karl Kluwe, who is the new president, and Jamie Ballard, Bonnie Davis and Phil Kohn, along with incumbent Karen Deja.

Daniel Faulkner, center, is quizzed by members of the Howard City Village Council at a special meeting Monday evening. Faulkner is one of three finalists for the village manager position. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Howard City Village Council interviews first manager finalist

This village’s council interviewed the first of three finalists for village manager Monday evening. Daniel Faulkner was quizzed by all seven members of the Howard City Village Council. The village’s manager job is a part-time position.

Former Lakeview VFW Post Commander Jim Wood, left, and post member Wayne Youmans were on hand Friday at Lakeview High School to show off some of the 1,218 9-inch by 12-inch flags planted on school grounds in preparation for a planned Veterans Day celebration. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Lakeview area veterans honored with flag display

Every veteran who served in the U.S. military deserves recognition. That’s the driving philosophy of Jim Wood, former commander of the Hough-Pontius VFW Post 3701 in Lakeview.

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Funeral Notices for Nov. 10, 2014

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Roger Gooding, owner of the Crystal Box Office Theatre, starts a movie on a 35-millimeter projector. The projector and film are steadily becoming an outdated technology as movie studios switch to digital movies. — File photo

Crystal Box Office Theatre flickers out

The outdated, but reliable 35-millimeter projector at the Crystal Box Office Theatre has likely played its final film. Last Monday, theater owner Roger Gooding made the difficult decision to shut the doors of the business, after months of declining attendance and ticket sales.

Deaf Pride Day organizer Ellisha Cecil, left, high-fives Kyla Fuller, 5, of Portland, as they say goodbye at the conclusion of Deaf Pride Day Friday on the campus of Montcalm Community College in Sidney. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Annual Deaf Pride Day brings out the inner superhero

It may be believed that superheroes only exist in a comic books and movies, but there was no evidence of that when 40 students, many dressed in superhero attire, arrived at Montcalm Community College for Deaf Pride Day on Friday.

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Funeral Notices for Nov. 8, 2014

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From left, Greenville Area Community Foundation founder Lloyd Walker, current trustee Byron Cook, past trustee and first fundraising chairwoman Harriet Cook, current Vice Chairwoman Charlotte Lothian and previous trustee Michael Stafford, each take a moment to reflect on the successful history of the Greenville foundation on Thursday evening. (Daily News | Cory Smith)

Greenville Area Community Foundation celebrates 25 years

With celebratory clangs of wine glasses, repeated rounds of applause and a pleasant “fireside chat” of guest speakers, Thursday marked a night of reflection and appreciation, a celebration of 25 years of philanthropic history of the Greenville Area Community Foundation (GACF).

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Funeral Notices for Nov. 7, 2014

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SPORTS GALORE: Lauren Hill is an inspiration

There is more than just winning and losing when it comes to sports. Despite stories of reckless youth parents, win-at-all-cost college athletic programs and law breaking professional athletes, sports provide us with stories of courage and inspiration.