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Representatives from local police, fire, courts, corrections, and emergency personnel, as well as college and military representatives, interacted with over 160 students from Muskegon, Ottawa, Allegan, and Van Buren Career Tech Centers during the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center’s (MACTC) Cr…

WHITEHALL – Recent Whitehall High School graduate Gianna Megda completed an outstanding high school career by finishing 20th out of 80 competitors in her event at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California.

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Montague, MI----The renowned Jazz composer, performer, and professor Xavier Davis returns after a two-year absence to headline the 4th Annual West Michigan Wine & Jazz Festival from Tuesday, (July 2, 2019) through Sunday (July 7, 2019), based at The Book Nook Java Shop/Best Cellars Wine …

As passengers boarded the SS Badger Friday morning, officials gathered beside the carferry for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the completion of the project that rebuilt the Lake Michigan Carferry (LMC) docks.

The annual Gus Macker 3-on-3 Charity Basketball Tournament has returned to Ludington for its 28th year, and with it has come players who return year after year.

VICTORY TWP. — The West Shore Community College Board of Trustees will meet Monday at 3:45 p.m at the Riemer Regional Public Safety Training Center on U.S. 31 for a public hearing about their proposed 2019-2020 budget.

WEARE TWP. — Several different stakeholders of the asparagus industry met with U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga on Friday morning at Todd Greiner Farms in Oceana County to voice their concerns about foreign producers of asparagus importing their crop into the American market.

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The Pere Marquette River is closed from the Walhalla boat launch to Indian Bridge because there are no safe, legal take-outs along that stretch of the river due to already high water combined with more expected rain, according to a press release from the Huron-Manistee National Forest.