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Chamber Music to be presented by Members of the Chicago Symphony and the Lyric Opera
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Excitement is building in anticipation of live performances returning to the White Lake area. From July 29 through August 7, the White Lake Chamber Music Festival will present an impressive array of exceptional performances! Excellent programming, world-class artists, and inspiring…
Just the Facts
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Jun 15 2338 Assist citizen 8700 block of Meade Street
Independence Day Parade set for July 4
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Join in on the fun at the annual Independence Day Parade, taking place Monday, July 4. Beginning at 10 a.m. at Whitehall City Hall, the parade will travel along Colby Street / BUS-31 over the bridge to downtown Montague and…
MHSAA seeks officials for 2022-23 school year
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The Michigan High School Athletic Association is accepting registrations online or by mail for game officials for the 2022-23 school year, and is providing a pair of significant new benefits intended to attract new officials and bolster the number of…
Precision flying combats spongy moth infestation
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On June 1, a low-flying aircraft could be seen and heard around Fruitland Township. The plane was a Thrush, manufactured in Albany, Ga., from Hatfield Spraying Services Inc. of Nunica. The pilot, licensed by the State of Michigan, was spraying…
Montague native named Chief of Staff at MidMichigan Hospital
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Dr. Brian Hanna is a general surgeon who graduated from Montague High School in 1982 and has recently made Chief of Staff at MidMichigan Hospital in Alpena. Brian’s parents are Carole Hanna and the late John Hanna. His sisters are…
Second annual Montague golf camp welcomes new crop of future Wildcats
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MONTAGUE — After two consecutive state championships, the Montague girls golf team has earned itself more than a bit of credit with the youth of the area, so it's no surprise that excitement was palpable this week at the Montague…
Reeths-Puffer holding youth softball camp
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Reeths-Puffer will host its summer softball youth camp July 12-13 at the school's softball field. The camp is open to players entering first through eighth grades. Campers in grades one through four will have sessions from 9 to 11 a.m.…
Softball stars pull down all-conference honors
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Reeths-Puffer led area softball squads in all-conference first team honors for 2022, placing four Rockets onto the O-K Green team: Seniors Caitlynn Duffey and Paige Primmer and sophomores Megan Barmes and Kaylee Jones.
Area teams reel in all-conference baseball honors
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Unsurprisingly, West Michigan Conference and district champion Montague headlined postseason baseball honors this year with four first team selections and three honorable mentions.
Longtime former LHS coach Gene Shank dies
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One of the longtime coaching legends that helped to build and continue a winning tradition of Ludington High School basketball, Gene Shank, died Tuesday. He was 83.
Charted Healthcare Planning Coalition to help local residents understand Advance Care Planning
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Charted Healthcare Planning Coalition will join a nationwide project and host a community event at Christ Temple Church, Monday June 27 from 5:30-7 p.m., to engage communities in important conversations about medical decision making. The events, featuring the conversation toolkit…
Holton man dies after water emergency at Pine Island Lake
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On June 14, 2022 Muskegon Central Dispatch reported a water emergency at 3768 E. Holton Whitehall Rd., Pine Island Lake at 2:06 p.m. There was a report of an 18-year-old male that went under the water and had not surfaced.
Bumstead, Little River Band of Ottawa Indians have press conference after Muskegon County casino denial
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LANSING — Sen. Jon Bumstead, Tribal Ogema of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians Larry Romanelli, Muskegon Heights City Manager Troy Bell, and Phyllis Loudermill, a Muskegon area business leader, spoke at a press conference at the Capitol Thursday…
Sold-out Electric Forest returns to Rothbury June 23
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After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rothbury will see thousands of festival-goers again for a sold-out 2022 installment of Electric Forest at the Double JJ Resort.
Summer schedule begins at the White River Light Station
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The White River Light Station is open for the 2022 season. Visitors to the lighthouse will experience some new informational exhibits. The station is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. White River Light Station Curator Matt…
The White Lake Chamber Music Festival announces a stunning season
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Excitement is building in anticipation of live performances returning to the White Lake area. From July 29 through August 7, the White Lake Chamber Music Festival will present an impressive array of exceptional performances! Excellent programming, world-class artists, and inspiring…
'The Dockporter' to be featured at second Summer Book Talk
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The Friends of the Montague Library invite the community to join them for their second of five free Summer Book Talk programs, June 22, at 7 p.m.
Taste of Muskegon announces Taste Plate Award winners
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MUSKEGON – Taste of Muskegon wrapped up its 16th festival Saturday, June 11 with the annual Taste Plate Awards ceremony. Over 30 local restaurants and food trucks competed for both judged and public-vote honors.
Muskegon County deputy apprehends armed homicide suspect
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Muskegon Central Dispatch reported they were receiving information from the Mason-Oceana Dispatch Center, that a white pick-up truck with tinted windows was heading into Muskegon County on Southbound US-31. The driver was reportedly armed and wanted for murder in Oceana…
Stony Lake Sparkler 5K Run/Fun Walk set for July 3
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The annual Stony Lake Sparkler 5K Run and 1-mile Fun Run/Walk is scheduled for Sunday, July 3. Registrations received before June 24 are guaranteed a T-shirt. Fees are slightly higher after that date and T-shirts will be distributed on an…
Montague's Meacham sisters excited to compete together at Cornerstone
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MONTAGUE — Twin sisters Claire and Maddie Meacham weren't necessarily set on going to the same college, but when it became clear they'd both be able to play sports at NAIA Cornerstone University, that made it an easy decision to…
Greater Muskegon Junior Golf Tour starts next week
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Muskegon man killed in Sunday shooting
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A Muskegon man was shot and killed Sunday, June 12 in Oceana County’s Grant Township.
Montague baseball's missed opportunities lead to regional semifinal loss to Lansing Catholic
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CALEDONIA — It looked for a moment like Montague would come all the way back from a four-run deficit in Saturday's regional final game against Lansing Catholic. Not only had Hayden McDonald's RBI single cut the Wildcats' deficit to one…