The Michigan presidential election recount has come to an end, stopped by a federal judge Wednesday night. Better yet, it’s something that should never have been started.
It’s a been little more than a week since we sat gathered around our television sets and watched as, one by one, another state turned blue, signaling Donald Trump’s stunning victory over Hillary Clinton.
Why did a local man think he could take a shotgun out in a residential neighborhood and kill three sandhill cranes?
A couple of inspiring videos that have made their way on to various social media platforms have received a great deal of play as of late — both of which have come from within our great state of Michigan.
Police brought us a bittersweet gift Tuesday — one that we thought we would never receive.
This week, we received the latest edition of “River Winds,” the quarterly publication of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum that informs everyone what’s coming up at the Grand Haven museum and explains how some of our local history is preserved and displayed.
A little over a week ago, local elected and business leaders converged on the corner of Beechtree and Fulton Street to cut the ribbon on recent improvements in the area.
On Thursday night, prep football teams from Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Fruitport played their second game of the season.
We’ve seen way too many pictures of people risking their lives by venturing out on Lake Michigan piers during stormy weather, and just can’t understand their foolish behavior.
The local museum’s sponsorship of the Feast of the Strawberry Moon has come to an end, but we’re hoping last weekend’s festival was not its farewell.
Older children in Michigan schools may soon be required to learn about the Holocaust along with other acts of genocide.
If you happened to be driving around Grand Haven the past few weeks, you may have noticed a group of students accompanying some of the city’s Department of Public Works crews.
The Bucs’ Blade — Grand Haven High School’s student-run newspaper — recently took home the prestigious Spartan Award at the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association’s Spring Conference.
At least one local school has added an important element to the “Three R’s” — it’s “reading, ‘riting, ‘rithmetic, recycle” at Holmes Elementary School in Spring Lake.
The recent spat of warmer weather brought people (i.e., visitors, tourists, money spenders) to Grand Haven, and what do we do? Pretend it’s still winter.