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Due to the recent Michigan governor’s order to shelter-in-place, the Muskegon Conservation District office will be closed to the public until the order is lifted.

Our neighbors are joining the mayors of Montague and Whitehall, and the White Lake Area Chamber is kicking off a #BeTheAnchor campaign to show each other in the White Lake Area that we can do this together, despite the distance.

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Muskegon, MI – With great sadness, Public Health – Tonight (April 4) Muskegon County reports one additional COVID-19 death in Muskegon County.

LANSING, MICH. – COVID-19 deaths will be reported by physicians and funeral homes more quickly under an emergency order issued Saturday, April 4, by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director Robert Gordon that will improve the state’s response to slowing the spread of…

Editor’s Note: Looking for somewhere to go to walk but not be in a crowd? In the coming weeks, we’ll explore possibilities. If there was a time to take a path or trail less traveled, it might be now. Under Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order, people may engage in outdoor activity includi…

Area law enforcement agencies have handled several complaints in the last few days of possible violations of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s stay-at-home executive order, as it’s possible for people coming into the area to bring COVID-19 with them.

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WHITEHALL – During uncertain times, Whitehall District Schools has given its taxpayers some good news.

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White Lake Ambulance Authority Director Jonathon Degen says he’s heard that the coronavirus will make its presence known in our community by this week, and first responders are ready to help the public deal with it.

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and various Stay Home, Stay Safe orders, the Oceana Agriculture and Natural Resources Banquet Committee has elected to cancel this year’s banquet.