The United Way of the Lakeshore, Oceana County, responded to a “Call for Assistance” from Sharita Prowant, manager for the New Hope Community Church Food Pantry in Shelby.
A college student had reached a point in his life where he was questioning things taught to him by his parents and church: the meaning of life, the reliability of the Bible, how the world began, how to prepare for eternity, to name a few. Answers kept eluding him so I raised one more questio…
In accordance with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ recommendations designed to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has canceled pesticide applicator certification exams. Under …
March 30, Monday
District Health Department #10 (DHD#10) announced Monday that it received notification that an Oceana County resident has died from COVID-19. The individual is a male in his 70s who had been hospitalized at Muskegon Mercy Hospital since March 26 and died Monday.
Two of Oceana County’s most popular agriculture-related events were canceled this week due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.
The Community Foundation for Oceana County (CFOC) has established an Urgent Needs Fund to provide support to area nonprofit organizations, schools and governments on the front lines serving those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grocery shopping practices have been in the news. There are simple steps you can take to limit your exposure to germs and pathogens when purchasing food in-store or for home delivery.
GRANT TWP. — Seven members of a family safely escaped their burning trailer on 88th Ave. near Oceana Shores Tuesday evening (March 31).
With Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s anticipated closure of the state’s public schools, Walkerville Public Schools is seeking contact information for the parents of its students.
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A few flurries possible early. Cloudy early with peeks of sunshine expected late. High near 40F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph.
Clear to partly cloudy. Low 33F. Winds light and variable.
Partly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to cloudy skies during the afternoon. High 52F. Winds SSW at 10 to 20 mph.
The West Michigan D League announced their all-conference basketball teams last week, after the originally scheduled league meeting was postponed in late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MHSAA announced in a statement Friday afternoon that all remaining sports for the 2019-20 academic year have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of high school students finds out, out of seemingly nowhere, that their sports seasons are in jeopardy. Kids are upset. Parents are upset. Coaches are upset. There seems to be no clear sign of when their games will return. (The MHSAA announced Friday that it will be at least August w…
The West Michigan Conference realignment discussion, which kicked back up late last year when the league announced it would pursue expansion, is still moving, although the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed progress.
For a brief window of time in late March, it appeared local golf courses, at least, would be able to stay open in the new age of buzzwords like ‘social distancing’ and ‘flattening the curve’. After all, it’s at least theoretically possible to play golf while honoring the new COVID-19 guideli…
Hesperia’s wrestling team earned an Academic All-State honor from the Michigan Wrestling Association this season, finishing #5 in Division 4 with a team grade point average of 3.40. Team GPAs are calculated as the average of the top 14 academic achievers on each squad.
Look at this pretty girl! Her name is Sparrow. Sparrow is approximately one-year-old. She loves to play and should make an excellent “mouser.” Perhaps you are that person and will provide her with a loving forever home? Call the shelter if interested in Sparrow at 861-5395.
The title of this article is not original with me. But when I saw the phrase a few days ago, it resonated with me. As the COVD-19 virus quarantine continues and increased cases are diagnosed, it is easy to become fearful for ourselves, our families and others we know. As we sanitize, watch t…
This is going to be a very strange Easter/Passover season—the first any of us remember in lockdown. We can’t go to church or synagogue. Instead of gathering together to worship or share the traditional meal with extended family and friends, we will be sheltered at home, staying safe from the…