MONTAGUE TWP. – It has long been believed that the famous 16th U.S. President, Abraham Lincoln, had a connection to the White Lake area through a woman named Hannah Lincoln Sammis.
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LANSING – Earlier this month the Michigan Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a landmark settlement that will more than triple the state’s existing solar portfolio.
MONTAGUE – Several Brookwood Circle residents are not happy with Muskegon County Drain Commissioner Brenda Moore.
HAMLIN TWP. — Mason County Dive team and Oceana County Sheriff’s Office Dive team searched until dark last night for Robert James Conklin, 54, of West Olive Michigan, after he fell out of his boat yesterday afternoon, according to Mason County Sheriff's Office Kim Cole.
MONTAGUE – Oehrli (RRO) Elementary School music teacher Jacquie Wood was recently recognized by the White Lake VFW Post 3256 for her outstanding patriotism.
Sept. 17 Muskegon Area Promise officials announced they have raised $1.37 million dollars as they clear the halfway mark toward their $2.5 million phase two fundraising goal.
LANSING, Mich. – As part of Newborn Screening Awareness Month, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Newborn Screening Program is announcing the addition of a new test that could prevent life-long disabilities or death for affected Michiganders.
MUSKEGON – Each year, as part of the No Cigs for Our Kids Campaign, local tobacco retailers are checked for compliance with the Youth Tobacco Act, which prohibits the selling, giving or furnishing of tobacco products to minors.
MUSKEGON – On Saturday, September 28, the Harbor Hospice Foundation is extending summer 2019 with a celebration, Buoys, Boats and Brews. This unique hospice fundraiser benefitsthe life-changing and grief healing programs and services of The Bob & Merle Scolnik Healing Center of Harbor Hospice.
MONTAGUE – It’s all about Russians this fall! Friends of the Montague Library has selected the award-winning book The Russian Five by Keith Gave as the focus of its One Book One Community celebration this fall.
MUSKEGON – Artists have used their craft to advocate for the protection of natural spaces for centuries. That legacy continues here in West Michigan with “ Preserved! ,” a collaboration between the Land Conservancy of West Michigan and artists to capture the scenic natural areas the Land Con…
WHITEHALL — The White Lake Fire Authority will hold its annual Fire Prevention Week open house this Friday (Sept. 27), 6:00 p.m. — 8 p.m., at Station One, 115 S. Baldwin St., Whitehall.