Whitehall District Schools is filling its second school board vacancy in four months.
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WASHINGTON, DC – Wednesday, Congressman Bill Huizenga, co-chair of the Great Lakes Task Force, released this statement after the EPA announced a $6.6 million Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Project will be launched to clean up the Ryerson Creek in Muskegon.
Parents of students attending Mason County Central Schools are reminded that on Friday, Oct. 18 students will attend school in the morning only. Staff will be participating in professional development activities during the afternoon.
HAMLIN TWP. — Despite the temperature in the 40s and gusts from Lake Michigan buffeting the shore, hundreds of people flocked to the Ludington State Park this past Saturday.
Ludington-based trucking company Quick-Way, Inc. received recognition as a top performer by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) SmartWay program.
MUSKEGON – A new addiction recovery program will help Muskegon County teens battling self-destructive behaviors such as smoking, drinking, fighting, and drug use develop skills to overcome these behaviors and live a healthy life.
Ben Werling received the Achievement Award from the National Association of County Agriculture Agents during the 2019 Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference held in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
It doesn’t take long to see the impact Rotary has on our community. From the Montague Band Shell and gazebo at Goodrich Park to the 4th of July fireworks and youth programs, the Montague-Whitehall Rotary Club’s longtime commitment to our community is clear. To support it’s mission, the club …
Pam Curtis, CEO of Senior Resources of West Michigan, was one of four recipients of the Ferris State University Distinguished Alumni award recently.
October is Michigan College Month, and high schools across Michigan have hosted or will host college registration and financial aid events.