Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day, and throughout the weekend various groups both locally and across the nearly 200 nations that recognize the annual environmental holiday will celebrate it.
We sincerely hope the state drops its interest in setting up a new user fee system to cover paddle boats, canoes and kayaks.
It has never been easy to be a farmer. In recent years, it only seems to get more difficult.
For anyone who has lived through gasoline shortages and price spikes, the recent headline in The Wall Street Journal may cause nightmares: “Americans Face Highest Pump Prices in Years.”
The excerpts from Dr. William Strampel's performance review raise a critical question: What's it take to get fired from Michigan State University?
There are lists that rank the top places to vacation, to live, to raise a family, to retire, to spend your money, and on and on. You’ve seen them. We’ve reported on some of them in the past.
Seeing is believing, and we simply haven't seen enough to trust Enbridge's statements regarding Line 5 where it runs through the Great Lakes at the Straits of Mackinac.
The March for Our Lives on March 24 brought out hundreds of thousands of protesters (many of them young people) advocating for gun control and increased school safety.
A couple of West Michigan doctors say the decision six years ago to relax the state’s motorcycle helmet law needs to be seriously re-examined. We think we should listen to the doctors.
Business Leaders for Michigan have joined the fray of groups calling for the state to become among the top 10 for its schools and talent development.
The March for Our Lives across the nation was impressive and impactful. Led and organized by youth, these protests give hope the future will be brighter and less dangerous.
It was heartening to see the outpouring of personal stories, anger and resolve during the weekend March for Our Lives anti-gun violence protests and the ensuing social media discussions, a long-running debate re-energized through the activism and resolve of kids.
There is no such thing as a free lunch. Yet, many Michigan lawmakers would have us all think as much.
As Michigan residents, we all know that spring weather means it’s time for a quick steer to the right or left to avoid the inevitable road craters on our roads and streets.
For the past week, black-and-white photographs adorned the walls of Grand Haven High School.