LUDINGTON — After the successful launch of the joint NASA/SpaceX mission to the International Space Station, interest in space exploration is at an all-time high. And just because students can’t travel far this summer doesn’t mean that the sky is the limit. With the Michigan Air and Space Vi…
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Dorothy Fischer has been physically and socially isolated at the Sanctuary of the Oaks since the first concern of COVID-19. Her 100th birthday party has been postponed, but to celebrate the milestone, and drive-by celebration was planned on her birthday June. 3 at 6 p.m. Her current address …
A voluntary coronavirus testing program was implemented at Peterson Farms Oceana Drive/Baseline Road facility late last week and earlier this week.
HART — Hart businesses have received a $10,000 boost thanks to a gift card incentive program launched by the Hart Economic & Redevelopment Team (H.E.A.R.T.).
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The woman before me in a checkout line was returning a carton of cigarettes.
HART — Hart Police Chief Juan Salazar recently submitted his 2019 annual report to the Hart City Council.
SHELBY — Shelby Village recently welcomed Emily Stuhldreher, of Pickney, to fulfill a 15-month fellowship in cooperation with the Community Economic Development Association of Michigan (CEDAM).
Long-time Hart Area Firefighter and Deputy Chief Dwight Fuehring was appointed to succeed current Chief Jack White when White steps down later this year.
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Here's the latest for Thursday June 4th: Congressional Democrats prepare police reform measures; New York City enforces curfew; One NYPD officer stabbed, two shot; Wildfire northeast of San Francisco.
- Humidity: 84%
- Cloud Coverage:%
- Wind: 2 mph
- UV Index: 8 Very High
- Sunrise: 06:05:05 AM
- Sunset: 09:23:19 PM
Some clouds this morning will give way to generally sunny skies for the afternoon. High 81F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
Mainly clear. Low 59F. Winds light and variable.
Scattered thunderstorms in the morning, then partly cloudy late. High 76F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
Just as winter sports athletes at the high school level were stunned to see their seasons suddenly end in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the same held true for collegiate athletes in both winter and spring sports.
I suppose it was too much to hope that the COVID-19 pandemic would result in something resembling a more cooperative America, sporting and otherwise, but what is going on in Major League Baseball has been especially disheartening to sports fans.
The 2020 Muskegon Clippers’ season became the latest casualty of COVID-19 last week, as the Clippers announced that the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League has canceled its season.
Pentwater runner Julien Nyberg scored one last victory this week when he was awarded the Michigan Class D Cross-Country Coaches' Association scholarship.
It can seem to an uninformed observer like the varsity coach is the one that matters in a high school sports program. It is, in some sense, an understandable view for those not observing closely; after all, only one can carry the title ‘head coach’, with all the perks — and extra duties — th…
June 6 will be the 76th anniversary of D-Day. For those of us too young to remember that fateful event, TV is enlightening us with a weekend full of documentaries and old war movies. I’m actually thankful for that, as I watch aged veterans reliving the terrible experience and can begin to un…
Apricots are around the corner—yay! I’m mad about apricots, but the season is so short and fragile that I practically have to get up at dawn the day they hit the stands. It’s at best a two to three-week crop, if you’re lucky, because many is the year we never get them at all, due to inhospit…
Say “Hello” to Spike, a Pit/Lab mix. This good looking boy is just over one-year-old. Spike is very timid, but friendly. He is currently being trained to sit and heal. He is highly motivated with treats and eager to please. With a little more training, Spike will make a wonderful addition to…