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LANSING — Double-crested cormorants are continuing to draw attention from wildlife researchers amid strong disagreements about whether the birds — whose numbers have grown in recent decades — are harming fish populations, reducing recreational and commercial fishing opportunities and damagin…

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LEAD — which stands for Leading Efforts Against Discrimination — is a giving circle made up of Muskegon County residents ages 50 and younger that collectively support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) projects throughout the area. Members donate $400 yearly (or $34 monthly) and are give…

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MONTAGUE — Customers clustered in the open seating of The Book Nook & Java Shop, where each table was filled before a stage at which Mary Tyler stood, about to present a discussion based on literary female icons. From 7-8 p.m. Tuesday evening, Tyler kicked off the joint venture between t…

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Wednesday afternoon, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Senate Bill 13, sponsored by state Senator Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield), moving the state’s presidential primary from the second Tuesday in March to Febr. 27, 2024, and to the fourth Tuesday in February for each presidential primary electio…

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The Playhouse at White Lake seeks to be a community center for all, to enrich and challenge the community by producing and hosting live performances, educating artists and technical crews, and providing a venue for other cultural, social and community activities. One such opportunity is the …

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The Muskegon YMCA, along with YMCAs in Saginaw, Bay City, Cadillac, Flint, and Owosso, are partnering to improve access to programs aimed at improving blood pressure in individuals showing high risk for heart attack and stroke.

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FRANKFORT — Invasive insects that weaken and kill hemlock trees turned up at a Benzie County country club during a recent survey.

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Montague teacher Jacquie Wood received one of the highest honors of her 42-year teaching career last weekend when she was presented with the state Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) elementary school teacher of the year. Wood, who teaches music at both Oehrli Elementary School and the Montague A…

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Winter can drag on with gray days and accumulating snow. To make the days go by more quickly, the Pentwater Service Club offers local residents a way to learn more about our area, support philanthropy in Pentwater and Oceana County and enjoy fellowship with others interested in these activities.

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The St. James Knights of Columbus organization will again be serving their award winning fish dinners beginning Feb. 17. Dinners will be served every Friday until March 31. The cost is $15 per person. Each dinner includes a choice of wild freshwater perch, wild freshwater walleye or breaded …

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