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Greenville Department of Public Safety to get turnout gear

Knights of old had shiny armor when throwing down with a mighty dragon to save the city and citizens from certain destruction. However strong it was, that shiny armor lacked one thing: Proper thermal insulation protection against the fiery blast of dragon breath.

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Edmore’s Potato Fest ready to make a comeback

There was a time when the annual Potato Festival was a Really Big Deal. If organizer Sandy Jordan has her way, that’s going to be the case again, starting with this year’s festivities, which get underway today through Sunday.

Sunflower Bakery owner Virginia Hinton said she was attracted to Stanton because of the city’s healthy business environment. (Daily News | Mike Taylor)

BUSINESS BEAT: Stanton’s downtown steadily improves to attract business

If you haven’t been to Stanton in a while, you haven’t been to Stanton. In recent months, the city’s downtown has undergone something of a renaissance. Not only have new businesses come into town, they’ve thrived.

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CC-Crystal’s O’Green ready to star on gridiron

Carson City-Crystal running back Dallas O’Green is back for his senior season with the Eagles, hoping to make an impact. O’Green has been a leader since he was a sophomore, coach Devin Pringle said. Now O’Green hopes to continue that role.

Carson City-Crystal coach Devin Pringle directs traffic during a special teams drill at Tuesday’s practice. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Senior-laden CC-Crystal Eagles prep for first game

Preparations for another football season have been underway at Carson City-Crystal. After spending three days at Lake Arrowhead Camp in West Branch to open practice last week, things are getting more intricate by the day for the Eagles.

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THE REVIEW: Sending off a legend

It was Sept. 6, 1974. The Montreal Expos were tied at the top of the second inning against the hosting Pittsburgh Pirates when a 20-year-old third baseman stepped to the plate for the Expos. In three at-bats that day, the right-hander may have only posted a single hit in his professional debut, but little did he know that his future in the game of baseball would surpass anything he was expecting.

Greenville’s Nathan Larson, middle, takes part in on-field activities prior to the Detroit Lions game at Ford Field on Thursday. Larson was there for the #MiKidsCan Play Like a Lions Challenge. - Courtesy photo

Greenville kid takes to field prior to Lions win

The Detroit Lions took to the field to open its preseason football schedule at Ford Field on Thursday. Also taking the field, prior to the Lions 23-3 win over the Jets, was Greenville 7-year-old Nathan Larson.

Belding’s Johanna McCully taps the ball over the net during the Class B district final tournamet at Central Montcalm last year. - File photo

Belding volleyball returns experience

Expectations are high for the Belding Redskins volleyball team. That happens when you win district championships every year from 2009 to 2013. Last year, a young Redskins team lost in a five set district final thriller to Lakeview.

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Funeral Notices for Aug. 20, 2015

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015

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JUST IN: Property owner ordered to demolish unsafe building

OAKFIELD TOWNSHIP — Following a special hearing on Wednesday, a property owner is facing an order to tear down a building in Oakfield Township. Township officials gave notice to Bob Cusak that his mobile home, located at 10460 Perch Lane, is a “dangerous and unsafe building in violation of the housing law of Michigan.” During [...]