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JUST IN: Greenville bus involved in minor crash

A Greenville Public School bus was involved in a minor crash shortly after 8:30 a.m. this morning.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 3, 2014

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The Clifford Lake Inn near Stanton is reopening next spring. Thomas and Mary Stuit of Grand Rapids recently purchased the 133-year-old landmark and plan to restore it to its former glory. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Clifford Lake Inn to reopen next spring with new owners

A historic landmark for local dining is coming back to life. The 133-year-old Clifford Lake Inn abruptly closed in November 2013. Connie McKeown, who had owned the business since 2010, declined to say why.

Greenville coach Dave Moore practices as Forest Hills Northern scout team quarterback at practice on Thursday. The two teams will meet Friday at Legacy Field. Greenville is 4-1 overall. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Greenville faces tough league challenge vs. FHN

The Greenville Yellow Jackets will have its toughest challenge of the season on Friday when the Forest Hills Northern Huskies visit Legacy Field. The Huskies are defending O-K Bronze champions, a perfect 5-0 this season and ranked No. 6 in Division 3 in the latest Associated Press prep football poll. Greenville, on the other hand, enters the game 4-1 overall. Both teams are 1-0 in the league.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, Oct. 1

Lakeview 8, Kent City 0: The Wildcats mercied the Eagles in just 51 minutes in Wednesday’s CSAA contest. Jonathan Hansen had five goals, Nate Davis had a goal and an assist, Mark Leach and Dan Steele had goals and Jacob Tannis had two assists to Spencer Kamp’s one…

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 2, 2014

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The Michigan National Guard’s Greenville-based 1073rd Support Maintenance Company was recently given the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence (AAME) and the Best of the Best in the Army Maintenance community. Pictured from left, 1073rd Chief Warrant Officer 2 Joey North poses with Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Raymond Odierno, Acting Deputy Chief of Staff G4 Kathleen Miller and Army Chief of Ordnance Brig. Gen. Jack Haley. The award was given in recognition of the 1073rd’s exceptional accomplishments within the medium military table of organization and equipment category. (Courtesy photo)

Greenville-based National Guard 1073rd honored with historic awards

When Chief Warrant Officer 2 Joey North stood on the floor of the Pentagon and accepted the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence (AAME) and the Best of the Best in the Army Maintenance community, it marked several firsts.

Orleans Township currently offers recycling services for its residents, but if an Ionia County pilot recycling program for eight northern townships is approved in the spring, residents will be able to recycle more items and be able to do so on a 24/7 basis. (Daily News | Cory Smith)

Ionia County program could open recycling to 8 townships

Ionia County doesn’t currently offer a countywide recycling program, but that doesn’t mean the idea hasn’t been in the works.

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Funeral Notices for Oct. 1, 2014

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THE REVIEW: Detroit Tigers fans are a rare breed

When the anticipated emotions during regular season play involve hyperventilating, fits of rage, sudden bursts of sobbing like an infant and routine checking of one’s blood pressure, you’re guaranteed to hear an opinion or two on the direction of the franchise. Let’s be honest. What feeds the soul of a frustrated baseball fan more than a good round of heckling?