LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced a settlement agreement requiring a California-based Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) voice service provider, MODOK LLC, to exit the…
LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined a bipartisan coalition in sending a letter request to the U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS), the National Institutes of Health (NI…
LANSING– Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed several bills into law including bipartisan budget legislation that will protect funding for Michigan schools and public safety.
Meetings may be canceled or held virtually if the Governor’s Stay Home Stay Safe order is extended.
There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about the importance of access to communication technology and the Internet for everyone.
WHITEHALL – The Whitehall city council called their meeting to order on Tuesday, July 28.
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Considering I don’t get to as many Reeths-Puffer games as I’d like, it’s incredible how many memorable contests I’ve seen involving the Rockets in my eight years on the beat here. For space re…
Reeths-Puffer has had some truly special athletes over the past eight years since I arrived in the area. The individual accolades they’ve compiled over the years, while competing among the big…
As part of this best-of series, I’ve been going back and revisiting some of the best and most memorable sporting events I’ve covered since arriving here in 2012. Here, I’ve compiled a list of …
Whitehall has had a tremendous amount of athletic success since I arrived here in 2012. That’s a good thing — except when it comes to narrowing it down to a best-of list.
When two siblings attend the same college, the easy assumption to make is that the younger one followed in the older one’s footsteps. For the Jancek brothers, though, it worked out the opposite way.
The Whitehall Sports Hall of Fame announced Wednesday morning, July 15, that its annual banquet, scheduled for Nov. 7, will be canceled. Hall of Fame president James Morningstar made the annou…
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Highlights of this day in history: Last U.S. combat troops leave Vietnam; Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. killed in World War II; N.J. Gov. McGreevey to resign after declaring he's gay; Russian sub Kursk explodes; Director Cecil B. DeMille born. (Aug. 12)
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For nearly a year, our church had been preparing for a week-long youth outreach headed by a well known speaker. Then, shortly before the kick-off date, I discovered there was another event scheduled in our community on the same dates as our planned
MUSKEGON, — Project 1M, an organization focused on igniting and uniting 1M people for God through community outreach, announced today that they will be holding a City Serve Day in Muskegon’s McLaughlin Neighborhood Park on August 15th.