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Casandra Atchison, of Rothbury, is the manager of Jimmy’s Pub in downtown Montague. She has been the main decision-maker of this bar and restaurant for about three years, taking over for her father, James Atchison, who owns Jimmy’s Pub.

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ROTHBURY – According to Rothbury Village officials the Electric Forest Music Festival is planning on making a return this summer.

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WHITEHALL – The White Lake Snow Farmers began as an idea last year when the four friends – John Hanson, Rusty McBride, Jimmy Dawnson and Eli Ghazal – got together and decided to purchase a snow machine.

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If you go to the burger night at the Hart VFW on Wednesday nights, you will certainly run into Steve Fell, who will probably take your order and your cash, and maybe share a joke or two. For example, he’ll be happy to tell you about the call he got on one burger night from someone who did no…

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MUSKEGON HEIGHTS – The Women’s Division Chamber of Commerce had to cancel its annual event, Dancing with the Local Stars, due to COVID-19 restrictions, but that isn’t stopping them from continuing to raise money for local food pantries in the area.

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MUSKEGON COUNTY- On Friday, Jan. 15, Muskegon Health officials gathered to discuss the rollout of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Muskegon County. Kathy Moore, health officer for Public Health of Muskegon County, shared the plan of the vaccine rollout over a Zoom meeting.

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WHITEHALL – The White Lake Food Pantry at Lebanon Lutheran Church,1101 S Mears Ave., has served a significant role in the community for many years, but is especially important in meeting the needs of individuals and families during this time of Covid.

MUSKEGON – Two Muskegon Community College students, Nicholas Rossiter and Justin Rymal, have won statewide awards for their fiction and non-fiction writing, respectively, and will be honored on Feb. 19 during Michigan’s 36th Annual Liberal Arts Network for Development (LAND) Conference which…