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With two weekends left of live theatre in the Summer Theatre Festival, The Playhouse at White Lake stages “Moon Over Buffalo.” In the madcap comedy tradition of “Lend Me a Tenor,” this hilario…

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The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Time and Chicago Tribune are all now available for you to read from home. These five major daily newspapers are the latest…

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The community-wide exhibition, ‘Expressions — en plein air’ opened for public viewing on Friday, Aug. 5. This is the fourth year the ACWL-Nuveen has put out the call to West Michigan artists o…

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Voters in the White Lake area will have the opportunity to let their voices be heard regarding a number of candidates and other issues in Tuesday’s primary election, which will set the stage f…

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On Monday, Aug. 2, 25 middle school students from Montague, Orchard View, Mona Shores, Fruitport, Reeths Puffer, and Muskegon schools will begin a five-day adventure exploring career pathways …

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Reeths-Puffer brings back most of its players from the 2021 season, including junior state finalist Paige Anderson. New coach Matt Pallett is hoping this portends good things for his first sea…

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Gary Thomas, a Christian writer, penned a book entitled, “Sacred Pathways: Discover Your Soul’s Path to God,” and for the next few columns, I am basing my meditations on the sacred pathways he identifies for becoming closer to God and finding an awareness of his presence in our daily lives.

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Every day you wake up is a special day. It is filled with potential and opportunity. Yet too many people start their days in a foul mood. They drag themselves out of bed to prepare to endure another day. Starting on Monday, their objective is to make it to Friday. Then, on the weekend, Sunda…

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The Columbia River has sustained Indigenous people for millennia through the harvesting of salmon, roots and berries used in ceremonies and rituals. But dams, climate change, and population growth threaten this way of life. (AP Video: Jessie Wardarski) (Aug. 16)

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Three specially-designed picnic tables were just delivered to our community, thanks to a grant and a great partnership between the library and the City of Whitehall, Whitehall Township, and Fr…

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We’re busy getting ready for our annual Cream of the Crop used book sale, and it’s going to be a big one! It’s scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11 through 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, and will…