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Funeral Notices for Sept. 15, 2016

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016

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JUST IN: Crystal Township renews automatic mutual aid agreement with Carson City

Members of the Crystal Township Board voted unanimously Wednesday evening to approve its annual automatic mutual aid agreement with Carson City.

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IN BRIEF: Lakeview holds design charrette

LAKEVIEW — Village President Ed Winter, new Airport Manager Clark Newell, Village Manger Jake Eckholm, DDA members and Lakeview residents gathered at Tamarack District Library Wednesday night to discuss potential ideas for lakeshore development in downtown Lakeview. Prein and Newhof, a design and environmental engineering firm based in West Michigan, hosted the design meeting. They [...]

A dilapidated baseball field located located across from St. Mary’s Church and west of Community Field, north of Carson City-Crystal High School, could be completely remodeled into a new memorial field to be used for varsity baseball games. — Daily News/Cory Smith

New memorial baseball field being discussed at Carson City-Crystal

Dec. 7, 1941, served as a day that thrust the United States into a war in which thousands of Americans sacrificed their lives so we could live free today. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor on that date, young soldiers such as Private First Class Rolland J. Hill — a Carson City farm boy who could best be described as a bit of a class clown with a deep passion for baseball — were summoned to fight overseas.

This entrance that’s located next to the sign for Cedar Crest Elementary School is not equipped with a buzz-in lock system and is only accessible with a keycard that staff members of the school carry. It remains locked without the keycard. It can be confusing for visitors to the school about which entrance to the school to use and thus is part of a proposed plan to improve infrastructure throughout the district. — Daily News/Emilee Nielsen

Greenville Public Schools look at security, facilities upgrades

The infrastructure for Greenville Public Schools could be getting an upgrade. During a regular meeting of the Board of Education Monday evening, Chief Operations Officer Korie Crawford and former Greenville Public Safety Sgt. Gary Valentine made a presentation to the board on the proposed Strategic Plan for District Infrastructure Improvement.

The Lakeview District Fire Department and Department of Public Works currently share a building on Park Drive. The fire department has outgrown their portion of the building and offered to buy the Department of Public Works portion for $80,000. Village council members unanimously voted to accept the offer at Monday night’s meeting. — Daily News/Meghan Koglin

Lakeview fire department to purchase DPW building

The Department of Public Works will soon be moving into a new building. But before the department makes the transition, the building will have to be moved from Lakeview Airport-Griffith Field to North Street.

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Funeral Notices for Sept. 14, 2016

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016

Grant’s Laura Bouwkamp (12) attacks the block of Central Montcalm’s Kenzie Rutz, left, and Mallory Morgan, middle, during the teams’ match Tuesday night. (Daily News | Chip Burch)

Grant hands Central Montcalm first loss of 2016 in four games

In a match that will likely determine who wins the Central State Activities Association Gold Division champion, Grant’s volleyball team came away with a win.

The Tigers beat the Central Montcalm Green Hornets in four games Tuesday night, 25-13, 25-20, 21-25, 25-13.

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IN BRIEF: Stanton moves forward with master plan

STANTON — The Stanton City Commission decided on Tuesday to move forward with a 20-year master plan. The plan was tabled at the last meeting to allow city commissioners more time to review the plan. Since the plan has been approved, it now goes to a 63-day review period where the public can look it [...]

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IN BRIEF: Otisco Township welcomes new deputy

Township residents will be seeing a new face on the roads and in the community.