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CADILLAC, Mich. (April 18, 2019) –The Huron-Manistee National Forests are reminding visitors that it is illegal to possess, use, sell, and cultivate marijuana on National Forest System lands, regardless of recent changes to state law.

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Rothbury, Michigan – Double JJ Resort (DJR) is excited to announce that a live webcam has just been installed at the ranch where three mares are about to give birth.

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Now that repainting of the Mackinac Bridge’s north tower is complete, a Contractor Seaway Painting of Livonia, which completed the 2017-18 project to strip the north tower down to bare metal and repaint it, was awarded the latest low-bid contract to repaint the bridge’s south tower. As with …

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USA Cycling has decided to make the White Lake area a part of their amateur and professional cycling tour again this year.

Muskegon County schools will improve the safety and security of students, staff and school buildings through the purchase of technology and equipment as recipients of $1,655,942 in competitive state grant funds offered up by the Michigan State Police (MSP).

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BLUE LAKE TWP. – Someone has been driving their motorcycle across Blue Lake Township’s newly constructed dam, and the township board is not happy about it.

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The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce will be recognizing those who are making a lasting impact on the community at the first annual “Excellence Awards” Luncheon. This year’s winners set the standard of excellence every day in their business sector.

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MONTAGUE – Ferry Memorial Reformed Church and Heartbeat LLC are partnering to offer CPR/AED/First Aid certification on Saturday morning, April 27.

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The City of Montague was named a 2108 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management.

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LANSING, MICH. – Michigan’s newest troopers will soon report to work at Michigan State Police (MSP) posts across the state after graduating from the 135th Trooper Recruit School this April 3

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Yvonne J. “Vonnie” Clock, died December 6, 2018, after attaining her goal of reaching 90 years old. A devoted wife and loving mother, Vonnie was well respected by a great many people, many who were blessed with her crocheting and knitting skills.