The Dirt Dauber Garden Club hosted a plant auction at White Lake United Methodist Church Tuesday in hope of continuing their mission of beautifying public gardens in the White Lake area.
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Within the last week, the class of 2023 from both Whitehall and Montague turned their tassels and concluded their time at the high schools during their graduation commencements.
To help boost awareness of changing conditions at Great Lakes beaches and save lives, double red warning flags are now in place at state-designated swim beaches along the Great Lakes in Michigan state parks.
WHITEHALL — USA Today bestselling author Wade Rouse discussed his 2022 memoir, Magic Season, Monday at the White Lake Community Library. The book, named a Michigan Notable Book for 2023, dives into Rouse’s relationship with his late father Ted; the two could not have been much more different…
LWM (Living Water Ministries at Stony Lake Lutheran Camp) has been busy preparing for a huge yard sale. Youth and adults from Trinity Lutheran Church, along with other volunteers, are hosting an indoor/outdoor yard sale and bake sale Thursday, May 25, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, May 26, 9 a.m.…
Montague resident Frits Kwant, 82, came to kayaking later in life than most, but it’s become his passion, so much so that he’s built several kayaks of his own.
The Ludington Police Department received one assault weapon during a buyback event hosted by the Starfish Gun Buyback Program on Saturday.
Less than ideal weather did not stop over 100 people from lining the streets of downtown Ludington to help plant petunias for the 36th annual Ludington Petunia parade on Saturday.
Do you have the powers of deduction it takes to ‘escape’ a Victorian storage room filled with puzzles, locks, riddles—and history? On four Fridays between May and October, 2023, the Lakeshore Museum Center’s Hackley and Hume Historic Site will offer a limited number of people the chance to e…
WHITEHALL — Whitehall High School physical education and health teacher Dave Goodrich and freshman students “manicured” the bike trail as their community service project Wednesday morning.
MONTAGUE — Montague junior Sam Beishuizen was the big winner last Friday at the school’s Ride with Pride assembly, driving home in a used Ford Escape.
MONTAGUE — Since purchasing Dairy Treat a couple years ago, the Burns family’s love for ice cream and serving the White Lake community has only grown.
In an unprecedented move to further invest in the future of Muskegon County, the Muskegon Area Promise Zone Authority Board is proud to announce an expansion of its eligibility requirements, a change expected to benefit over 850 local students.
The White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Montague, and City of Whitehall will host Feet on the Street Sunday, June 4, from 2 to 7 p.m. in the North Mears Promenade in Whitehall. This event is sponsored by Luna Floral & Design and Salon Peggy Sue.
The City of Ludington held a press conference in regards to the Starfish Gun Buyback Program on Wednesday at Ludington City Hall.