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.
For the month of April, Oceana’s Herald-Journal celebrating our shutterbug readers with a photo contest!
Two of Oceana County’s most popular agriculture-related events were canceled this week due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.
With Gov. Gretchen Whitmer anticipated closure of the state’s public schools, Walkerville Public Schools is seeking contact information for the parents of its students.
As schools remain closed and teachers provide learning materials for parents and guardians to use at home, superintendents across the state are gearing up for the future may hold.
Shirley A. Claeys
Heritage Wedding Barns in Benona Township was recently named a “Barn of the Year” by the Michigan Barn Preservation Network. On hand for the presentation were Keith Anderson, Heritage owners Sam and Jennifer Stitt and Tom Irrer-MBPN president.
In the midst of all the news and information surrounding the coronavirus, a number of people are reaching out, being creative and banding together. When the first Executive Order came Friday, March 13, closing schools for three weeks, districts immediately came up with a plan for getting mea…
With the economy at a standstill and many people unemployed as the result of the coronavirus quarantine, families are figuring out how to make ends meet. Oceana County is blessed to have four food pantries, and they are prepared to help families in need for as long as necessary.
John Paul Michael