To the Editor:
Isn’t it curious that Mr. Bob Collins of Spring Lake (“Your Views,” Sept. 30) and other members of his religion argue that separation of church and state should only affect religions other than atheism?
Everyone in Ottawa County knows the place to go for a Pronto Pup. While the tiny establishment on Grand Haven’s Harbor Drive is now closed for the season, a debate is still open as to who created the tasty hog dog treat.
The Ferrysburg Planning Commission is considering sweetening the ordinance pot by relaxing its restrictions on bees, but any chance of revising the rules on other farm animals has been put out to pasture until next month.
Gov. Rick Snyder, the non-confrontational Republican who's averse to slamming his critics, is more forcefully countering what he calls "the big lie" in his re-election bid — charges that he cut $1 billion in education funding in 2011.
Grand Valley State University has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by two students who say they were falsely convicted of academic dishonesty and discriminated against by a professor.
Standing sentry in a quiet corner of Sukkat Shalom synagogue in the northern Chicago suburb of Wilmette, Ill., the cherubim on a pair of historic and artistically significant Holy Ark doors have found a new home.