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The West Michigan Whitecaps released a limited number of single game tickets for May and June on Wednesday. [Read More]
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This week's #TBT gallery brings us back to April 1992. [Read More]
The Ottawa County health department reported 48 new cases of the virus and one death related to COVID-19 on Thursday. [Read More]
Grand Haven's Wednesday track meet with Hudsonville was postponed – just as well with the chilly weather – and rescheduled for Monday, May 10. [Read More]
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Health organizations administering COVID-19 vaccinations are seeing a plateau in the amount of people seeking the vaccine, so those with extra supplies have started opening... [Read More]
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Isaiah Stewart was going for a rebound against the Cleveland Cavaliers this week and seemed to jump for the ball three times before the defender... [Read More]
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The Lions are set to make NFL draft history next week, unless they decide to move. Or perhaps take a big risk. [Read More]
The Coast Guard Festival fundraiser golf outing will take place Saturday, May 8. [Read More]
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The Fruitport Lions Club has made the difficult decision to cancel Fruitport Old Fashioned Days for the second consecutive year. [Read More]
John Ball Zoo on Wednesday announced the passing of Docha, the zoo's 16-year-old male African lion. [Read More]
Helen Jane VanWoerkom has passed on to heaven two weeks after her 100th birthday, which fell on Easter of this year. [Read More]
Viewpoint 1: Paying by the mile and ending the gas tax... [Read More]
Finally after more than a year of remote learning and countless stall tactics from the teachers union, Chicago Public Schools high school students headed back... [Read More]
A year after COVID-19 made The Momentum Center's 2020 Prom with a Purpose impossible, the event and fundraiser returns next month with both personal and... [Read More]
Snow may have been flying across West Michigan on Wednesday, but preparations were still underway for warmer days ahead. [Read More]
A motion to have the Ottawa County Department of Public Health compare its enforcement of COVID-19 orders with external organizations to enforcement of health rules... [Read More]
A few familiar faces will be taking over the Lakeshore Chiefs front office this year. [Read More]
Between injuries, COVID-19 quarantines and late arrivals from winter sports, John Hall figures he had about three days of practice for his Grand Haven softball... [Read More]
Local schools had little trouble making the grade even in an unusual year of online learning. Earlier this week, Michigan's basketball coaches' association released lists... [Read More]
Terpstra... [Read More]
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