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Elaine Joyce Belinger, 73, of Whitehall, passed away at home Sunday, August 9, 2020, after a courageous six year battle with cancer. She was born April 12, 1947, in Muskegon, the daughter of Edward and Ethel (Misek) Wilkinson.

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MONTAGUE – Michael S. Seaver said when he was growing up, he didn’t want to go into the family business, so instead he decided to move to Arizona to walk a different path

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All Ludington city boards can meet in-person effective today, the city council determined in a unanimous vote at its meeting Monday.

MUSKEGON – Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed off May 6 on the MDNR Trust Fund grant for phase one of Muskegon County’s Nugent Sand acquisition after both houses of the Michigan legislature approved the Trust Fund Board’s grant recommendations on April 26.

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Erin Denhof has been teaching art at Montague since 2003.

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The White Lake Area Sportsfishing Association (WLASA) has announced that they will be canceling their 2021 Kids Fishing Contest.

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The original Montague Iron Works was a wooden structure built in 1865 by Elmer C. Dicey and his business partner Joseph A. Lyttle.

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WHITEHALL – Even with the challenges of a completely virtual state competition back in April, this year’s History Day team managed to find huge success.

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BLUE LAKE – Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp announced this week that it is in need of support staff for the Summer 2021 season.

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MUSKEGON – After its last season was wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic, Muskegon Civic Theatre is returning to live, indoor performances.