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Eureka Township Clerk Linda Ruwersma speaks during Monday evening’s Eureka Township Board meeting, addressing allegations of unethical election-related behavior brought forth by residents. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Eureka Township residents say clerk acted unethically before vote

A text message sent three days before last week’s failed Greenville Public Schools bond vote has brought forth accusations of unethical behavior against the Eureka Township clerk.

Carson City-Crystal’s Heidi Strayer hits a slap hit during the Eagles’ first game of two against Breckenridge on Tuesday.

CC-C loses two close MSAC games to Breckenridge

CARSON CITY — Carson City- Crystal’s softball team came close to doubling their win total. But the Eagles remained at two wins on the season after dropping both ends of a Mid-State Activities Conference doubleheader to Breckenridge, 7-5 and 3-2 on Tuesday. “We just weren’t swinging the bats hard in that first game,” CC- C [...]

Players from Powers North Central celebrate with the eight-player football title they won Nov. 26, 2016, at Legacy Field in Greenville. The MHSAA is moving the eight-player finals to the Superior Dome starting this fall.

Legacy Field loses gig as host of 8-player football final

GREENVILLE – Greenville High School’s Legacy Field will no longer be the host of the high school eight-player football finals. The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) voted at Representative Council meetings Sunday and Monday to move the eight-player finals from Legacy Field to the Superior Dome at Northern Michigan University (NMU) in Marquette for [...]


Greenville’s virtual learning programs report success

The landscape of learning is changing rapidly and Greenville Public Schools officials are working to stay ahead of the curve.

To achieve that goal, the district has piloted virtual learning opportunities for students at-risk of not graduating and for those who not having much success with a traditional learning environment.

On Tuesday afternoon, Lakeview Village Manager Shay Gallagher stops by the black dirt site on Golf Park past Lakeview Airport-Griffith Field to see how much dirt is available and how the new arrangement will work. — Daily News/Meghan Nelson

Lakeview Village Council makes changes to black dirt service

When the Department of Public Works (DPW) collects leaves in autumn, it uses them to turn into black dirt for residents.

In the spring and summer, residents can use the dirt for home or gardening needs.

Rep. John Moolenaar

GUEST VIEW: Congress is reforming health care

Health care reform has been a top priority for Congress in 2017. The current health care system that was created in 2010 is collapsing.


Funeral Notices for May 10, 2017

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IN BRIEF: Water tower maintenance added to Stanton’s budget

In two years, Stanton’s water tower is due for overcoating and engineering, and the estimated cost is $60,000.

Previously a nine-hole golf course, the former Greenville Country Club is now being redeveloped into Taylor Hops, a new hops farm owned by Todd and Stacey Taylor of Greenville.

Taylor Hops brings hop farm to former Greenville Country Club

Previously one of the jewels of this city, time has not been kind to the former Greenville County Club. The 56-acre site was once home to a nine-hole course, complete with rolling greens across a hilly landscape and a tremendous view of Baldwin Lake from high above at the now demolished clubhouse, which closed in 2010.

A temporary art installation was unveiled Friday to students at Belding High School. The project is comprised of photos of students and staff holding up dry erase boards with single adjectives to describe themselves. The photos are arranged to spell out “We are BHS.” The project is meant to inspire unity. — Daily News/Emilee Nielsen

Belding art students unveil installation

Each year, Andrea Sprague works with her 3-D design students to craft an art installation to be displayed at Belding High School. Installations in the past have been both temporary and permanent fixtures in the school. This year’s will be temporary, but Sprague is hopeful the effects will continue to ripple throughout the school even after the installation is removed.