12:00 PM May 19, 2014
After looking at a number of houses in the Grand Haven area in 2004, Michael and his wife fell in love with the one they bought.
12:00 PM May 12, 2014
A Strange Grand Haven column published Sept. 26, 2011, told the story of Frederick Augustus Names, who in 1894 claimed he was responsible for praying to death the mayor of Chicago.
12:00 PM May 5, 2014
People in Grand Haven were awestruck and amazed when they witnessed a new device demonstrated at the Grand Haven Rotary Club. The Grand Haven Tribune reported that the event “proved to be one of the most interesting scientific lectures” club members had ever witnessed.
11:45 AM Apr 28, 2014
One disturbing theme in horror films is the “ax murderer.” But for one Polkton Township family on July 22, 1907, it was a horrific reality.
12:00 PM Apr 21, 2014
History records the famous Lewis and Clark expedition, but of equal merit is Fremont and Carson's expeditions mapping and documenting routes of the great western territories.
12:00 PM Apr 14, 2014
The Naylor family was once well-known and respected in the late 1800s in southern Ottawa County.
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.

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