12:00 PM Apr 7, 2014
Willard Lynn Carson, born 1902 in Indiana to Clinton and Minnie Carson, was one of our nation's most elusive killers from 1926-39.
12:01 PM Mar 31, 2014
Monroe Rutty was born March 31, 1860, one of six children of Edward and Polly Rutty. When he passed away at the Ottawa County Community Haven Home on May 30, 1971, at the age of 111, he was the oldest living person on record in Michigan.
12:00 PM Mar 24, 2014
Great Lakes maritime buffs and historians are highly familiar with the sinking of the Goodrich side-wheel steamer Alpena in Lake Michigan on Oct. 16, 1880. Up to 80 lives were lost — the entire crew and all her passengers.
12:00 PM Mar 17, 2014
Five years ago, residents of Grand Haven were talking turkey. Wild turkey, that is — when a group of the birds began terrorizing Grand Haven postal workers.
1:00 PM Mar 10, 2014
The most unusual series of articles appearing in the pages of the Grand Haven Tribune has to be four published during the summer of 1909 concerning a creature witnessed in Stearns Bayou by several men of prominence.
12:00 PM Mar 3, 2014
There is nothing “strange” about John Nordhouse, unless you consider ambition and achievement unusual.
12:00 PM Feb 24, 2014
History records countless casualties among the brave men who were in the U.S. Life-Saving Service the subsequent U. S. Coast Guard.
12:01 PM Feb 17, 2014
One of the most controversial residents in Spring Lake history was Charles Orchardson.
12:00 PM Feb 10, 2014
Just for fun, Google “Grand Haven hoop skirt.” You will see our city appears in just about every worldwide list that compiles “dumb” or “strange” laws.
11:54 AM Feb 3, 2014
Jacob Glerum is an unfamiliar name to Grand Haven residents, but the city clerk holds the distinction of having been the man who bought Dewey Hill.