James Keith Collins, a Pentwater native, was appointed as the district judge for Boulder, Colo. In an article from the Daily Camera, it stated Collins was one of three finalists for the position.
Northwest Michigan Health Services will host a Covid-19 vaccination clinic Friday at the Oceana Farmer’s Market 1-4 p.m. at 5170 W. Polk Rd. Hart for ages 12 and up.
Kevin McCleary wanted to be a soldier all of his life. He achieved his dream when he became one at 17 years old.
After a year of canceled events and meetings, the National Asparagus Festival’s Queen’s pageant returned this year, Saturday, June 5, and Tara Oomen has been crowned the 2021 Asparagus Queen.
Kittie Tuinstra is a Hart native who returned to Hart for her dream job with Oceana Home Partnership (OHP) 15 years ago. When asked why she came back, she says, “We have an incredibly close family and extended family and strong relationships with all of them.”
Under a bright blue and sunny sky, the Village of Pentwater hosted its annual Start of Summer Party June 6.
On June 6, The Village of Pentwater hosted a ribbon cutting event for the new village hall.
The Department of Natural Resources has three big reasons for you to get outdoors Saturday, June 12, and Sunday, June 13. Michigan’s “Three Free” weekend – two full days when residents and out-of-state visitors can grab a fishing rod, ride the off-road trails and visit state parks – is back …
The Community Foundation for Oceana County (CFOC) is pleased to announce its spring 2021 grant awards, totaling $50,750. These grants are awarded to various nonprofit, government and school districts to help benefit the community. In total, 16 grants were awarded, including support for:
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HUDSONVILLE — It was another school record-busting day for Pentwater athletes Khole Hofmann and Jocelyn Richison Saturday at the Division 4 state track finals in Hudsonville.
HOLTON — Pentwater has taken a big step forward as a program in 2021, and Saturday gave the Falcons an opportunity to see the class of the state in Division 4, as they took on top-ranked Holton in the district finals. After a competitive start, Pentwater ended up losing 15-0 to the Red Devils.
JENISON — Hart’s girls track team took fifth place Saturday at the Division 3 state finals in Jenison, highlighted by a state championship in the 3,200-meter relay.
MUSKEGON — Hesperia was unable to pull the upset Saturday in the district semifinals, falling to Montague 13-0. The game was called after five innings due to the mercy rule.
The Ludington Daily News’ David Bossick contributed to this story.
HART — Hart lost its district semifinal game to Reed City Saturday, 11-1, ending its season with a 6-21 record.
HART — Hart fulfilled a dream its juniors and seniors have been talking about since elementary school Saturday, winning the program’s first-ever district title in softball Saturday by defeating Hesperia 6-2.
HART — Defensive miscues plagued Hart throughout Thursday’s doubleheader loss to Whitehall, ending West Michigan Conference play. The Pirates lost 10-4 and 4-1.
FREMONT — Pentwater is headed back to the state finals for a second consecutive season after earning second place at Thursday’s Division 4 regional tournament at Waters Edge Golf Course.
PENTWATER — Pentwater lost a close battle to Mason County Central in a single game Wednesday, 4-3, to end regular-season play.
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