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It’s been another long winter in Oceana County and I have all the symptoms of “floweritis” that can only be cured by spending time in our local greenhouses. I have eight 15x18x35 inch flower boxes to fill and I can’t wait to make my buying trip. In the past I would fill carts with anything t…

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Anne Soles has enjoyed a wide variety of experiences in many different places over the course of her life before she and her family moved to Pentwater in 1973.

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HART — The City of Hart’s BioPure facility, which began treating wastewater in 2001, is nearing 80 percent capacity, according to BioPure Superintendent Paul Cutter.

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Oceana County Administrator Bob Sobie was given the go-head to negotiate a land purchase agreement for an additional 4-acre parcel adjacent to the proposed site for a new sheriff’s office and jail.

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To remind everyone about the importance of buckling up, the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP) is launching a “Click It or Ticket” seat belt enforcement campaign that runs May 16 to June 5.

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The City of Hart Police Department recently received a grant through the Michigan Municipal Risk Management Authority in the amount of $935.37.

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Hart placed fifth in Thursday's West Michigan Conference finale at Shelby with a team score of 192, ending up just five strokes away from placing fourth overall in the league. The host Tigers took eighth place with a 228, but were able to hang onto seventh in the final league standings.

Highlighted by an eagle from freshman Nathan Macher, the Pentwater Falcons won their home quad meet Thursday, scoring a 156 to top Ludington by 27 strokes.

Hart dropped a West Michigan Conference doubleheader to Oakridge Thursday, 11-1 and 10-2, completing its league schedule.

Hesperia lost a Central State Activities Association Silver doubleheader to Kent City that stretched from Saturday to Wednesday, 14-2 and 14-5.

Hart couldn't do much against the loaded Ravenna Bulldogs squad, one of the best in Division 3, in Tuesday's doubleheader. The Pirates lost 17-0 and 15-0.

Pentwater's track team tuned up for the regionals one more time Tuesday at the Manistee Last Chance Invitational. The meet was not scored for team purposes, but the Falcons had several solid individual efforts.

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Pentwater dominated Tuesday’s West Michigan D League finals meet Tuesday to earn the conference championship, outscoring runner-up Manistee Catholic 382-451.

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Boeing’s astronaut capsule pulled up and parked at the International Space Station for the first time Friday, a huge achievement for the company after years of false starts. (May 20)

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Last weekend, my friend Pierre and I went on a little adventure. Since I’m moving to a new place next month and will be needing a new lift chair, sofa, and a few other things, we headed to Muskegon to check out Blended Furniture.

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This good-looking gal’s name is Coco. Coco is one year old and very friendly. She is a social gal who gets along well with others. Coco is ready for her forever home. You may call the Oceana County Animal Shelter (231-861-5395) for more information about Coco.

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The other day I was watching Bewitched on the retro channel MeTV. You know, that old sitcom about a beautiful young witch, Samantha Stephens, and her mortal husband, Darrin, and all the hijinks that go along with trying to act normal in stultifyingly dull 60s suburbia when you have the power…

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