The cold temperatures which build the ice on bodies of water in the White Lake area are here and so is the Montague-Whitehall Rotary Club's Rotary Wheel Plunge.
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MONTAGUE – The City of Montague is selling sunshine it harvested during the past week. The first to purchase was Charlie Brown of Greenridge Reality.
Dear Savvy Senior,
BLUE LAKE TWP. – The Blue Lake Fire Department, with assistance from six other area fire departments, responded to a structure fire on Thursday, Jan. 30.
BLUE LAKE TWP. – New fire chief Joe Knop was sworn into duty on Monday, February 10, at the Blue Lake Township board meeting.
Thanks to the generosity of the White Lake area community, including customers of Wesco Conveniences stores in Whitehall and Montague, the White Lake Food Pantry will be able to serve struggling families through this coming August.
WHITEHALL – The city council is fine with continuing to subsidize the public bus system route through July 1, but the future is in question with the low numbers of riders.
WHITE LAKE AREA – It is believed that there were at least 500 people in attendance at this year’s Winter Wanderland Festival.
WHITEHALL – On Saturday, Feb .8 the White Lake Area Sportfishing Association (WLASA) held their annual Kids! Get Hooked on Fishing clinic.
The West Shore Community College Board of Trustees will learn about how the enrollment of the college is looking for the winter semester during its regularly-scheduled meeting at 4 p.m. Monday on campus at its John M. Eaton Board Room.
PENTWATER — As a part of its 50th year celebration, the Pentwater Service Club Thursday delivered 27 bushel baskets of food and enough cash to buy at least 24 more to the Pentwater Community Food Bank, a ministry of the First Baptist Church of Pentwater.
The 20th Annual MCC Global Awareness Festival will look at the geology, ecology and culture in the Caribbean with lectures and cuisine on March 9-12, 2020. The events, which are free and open to the public, take place on the MCC main campus, 221 S. Quarterline Rd.
HART — No Second Amendment Sanctuary will be attached to Oceana County’s name following action by the Oceana County Board of Commissioners Thursday at its regular meeting in Hart.