Emily Vankeuren said Thursday morning’s Tri-Cities Kiwanis Salmon Fishing Tournament helped her feel “normal” for once.
With the arrival of warmer weather comes the arrival of boating season in West Michigan.
A new study released May 3 by the Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget has shed new light on what it would take to dredge 23 miles of the Grand River for recreational powerboat use.
Of the 38 parks and open spaces in the Ottawa County Parks system, only five require a parking fee during the summer season, and a sixth requires a boat launch fee.
The city recently made several atypical accommodations this year as a result of the milder-than-normal winter temperatures.
The hunter safety classes will take place Feb. 14, 15, 16 and 18.
We’re only a day into 2017, but Grand Haven Municipal Marina staff are looking ahead to the upcoming summer boating season.