The Reynolds Township Board is switching to the Daily News for publishing public notices, meeting minutes, new ordinances and more.
Discussion of the topic was initiated at the Jan. 5 meeting of the Reynolds Township Planning Commission. Planners were discussing how to schedule a public hearing on the topic of a marijuana ordinance. The township have been using the Hearst/Pioneer Group-owned weekly River Valley Shopper, but township officials and residents alike have noticed that the weekly shopper hasn’t been regularly available locally for years.
For the seventh straight year, the Daily News has been named Michigan’s best small daily newspaper through the Michigan Press Associations Better Newspaper Contest.
Members of the Arkansas Press Association reviewed 2,909 entries submitted by 96 Michigan newspapers/individual members this year. The competition inspires all journalists to produce their best work, which in turn, nurtures stronger communities. The 2021 awards were announced on March 17 via a virtual ceremony in Lansing.
The Daily News has added a key member to its editorial team.
Casi Antcliff recently began her position as the newspaper’s editorial assistant. Antcliff will be the Daily News’ contact point for items such as obituaries, community-submitted news items, area locals, support groups, church news, club calendar and helping to administer requests and questions from our subscribers.
In response to multiple residents complaining they weren’t aware of a proposed wind turbine project for Montcalm County until just recently, the Pierson Township Board is switching to the county’s longtime newspaper of record for publishing public notices.
The Daily News has been recognized as the best small daily newspaper in the state of Michigan for the sixth year in a row.
This week, the Michigan Press Association announced the Daily News was among the state’s Newspapers of the Year. The award for 2020 marks the sixth straight and the ninth time since 1983 that the Daily News has been named best in its class. The Daily News competes for awards with other daily newspapers in Class D with a circulation of fewer than 5,000.