The decision to delay Medicaid expansion in Michigan is having another side-effect besides forcing low-income adults to wait three months longer for health insurance required under the federal health overhaul.
The Pigeon Creek Schoolhouse Preservation Society hosted a fall festival Sunday afternoon at the turn-of-the-century schoolhouse at the corner of 168th Avenue and Pierce Street in Grand Haven Township.
As momentum for broad immigration reform builds in the evangelical community, several church leaders from the Grand Rapids area met Tuesday night to pray for immigration reform rooted in the biblical values of welcoming the stranger among us.
MaryAnne Korsch is still in her first month of classes at United Theological Seminary, but she hardly could be described as a tenderfoot. The retired school principal intends to become a chaplain at a hospital or hospice.