Paul Arthur Simonson Jr., “Pidge”, passed into the loving arms of Jesus on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. He was born August 24, 1945, in Muskegon, the son of Paul Sr., and Grace (Omness) Simonson.
WHITEHALL – A Montague native and her husband have moved back to West Michigan, and are stepping into a new venture as entrepreneurs.
WASHINGTON – Michigan businesses and residents affected by severe storms and flooding on May 18, 2020 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration announced administrator Jovita Carranza announced.
LANSING – To help combat the alarming increase of out-of-hospital medical emergencies and deaths that occurred in Michigan this spring, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) chief medical executive and chief deputy for health, is urging residents not t…
In the face of an uncertain school year, our Seniors continued to strive and grow as students and young adults.
Lansing – Governor Whitmer signed House Bills 4449, 5195, 5313, 5315, 5341-5355, and 5400, as well as Senate Bill 963 into law today.
The organizers of Muskegon's annual Bike Time event have announced that it will not be held in 2020. It was scheduled to take place July 16-19.
MONTAGUE – West Michigan author Laura Holmes considers herself an ambassador for life-work balance, and says her mission is to inspire people to “[…]travel their way to happy!”
The Ludington Daily News' Hannah Hubbard contributed to this story.
MUSKEGON – Doug Brown, Reeths-Puffer Board of Education Treasurer, has submitted his resignation effective June 29, 2020.