12:00 PM Dec 22, 2014
The holiday season often conjures up the ghosts of Christmases past — at least in the famous Charles Dickens novella, “A Christmas Carol.”
12:00 PM Dec 15, 2014
An Ottawa County native born in 1903 at Drenthe, in Zeeland Township, worked on some pretty famous people during his profession as a neurosurgeon from 1933 to 1970.
12:00 PM Dec 8, 2014
Sometimes in Ottawa County's history, a person's name is revealed to be an alias and a clandestine identity surfaces.
12:00 PM Dec 1, 2014
A new reality television program began airing on the History Channel last month, titled “Search for the Lost Giants.”
12:02 PM Nov 24, 2014
No bones about it. When Ottawa County pioneer John Spoon discovered a large number of human skeletons near the mouth of Crockery Creek in 1875, it caused a sensation putting Ottawa County and his namesake town — Spoonville — on the map.
12:00 PM Nov 17, 2014
He was known as Prophet Trowbridge, an Advent minister who practiced in Ottawa County the later half of the 1800s.
12:00 PM Nov 10, 2014
When young Wilhelm Harter stepped off the train at the Grand Haven depot with three other children on the morning of July 17, 1891, their brief stay in the city captured the attention of the Grand Haven Tribune.
12:00 PM Nov 3, 2014
It was his final request in life. He wanted to be buried next to his first wife, Amelia, and their daughter, Minnie, in Lake Forest Cemetery.
1:00 PM Oct 27, 2014
The recent controversy about the cross on Dewey Hill and the origin of the cross has graced the pages of the Grand Haven Tribune recently.
12:00 PM Oct 20, 2014
It sounds akin to a fable. A 14-year-old boy runs away from home to join the circus. From there, he goes onto a great lifetime adventure.

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