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SPRING LAKE — Cavin Mohrhardt claims he has three passions: his family, the Marine Corps, and Spring Lake.

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MSU: 75% percent of fall undergrad classes will be in person

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Teens fishing find human foot along banks of Michigan river

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The day has finally come – two weeks have passed since you received your second dose of the vaccine, making you officially fully vaccinated. You’re ready to celebrate. And you’re dreaming of having your other vaccinated friends over to join. But is it a good idea?

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Preschool provides the critical development of social, math, and literacy skills in young students. These skills, combined with the opportunity to learn how to play and learn with their peers and teachers, contribute to a successful transition to kindergarten.

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Grand Haven’s city council voted unanimously in favor of the extension of four lease agreements for local businesses being housed in the Grand Trunk Depot near the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium on Monday.

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Thirty-six years after Tim Meyer left the food service industry and opened up a bicycle shop in Grand Haven, the reins have been turned over to his sons.

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Michigan Legislature passes $4.2B in virus aid without deal

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PHILADELPHIA — Physician Steven Shapiro chairs the pediatrics department at Abington Hospital. He’s never been a therapist. Yet a big chunk of his medical practice these days is devoted to mental health issues, far more than ever before.

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LANSING (AP) — Michigan announced Wednesday that all people age 50 to 64 can start getting COVID-19 vaccinations on March 22, while those in that group with medical conditions can begin being immunized next week.

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LANSING (AP) — Michigan's Legislature was poised Wednesday to approve a $4.2 billion coronavirus relief plan without a deal with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, as majority Republicans pressed to curtail her administration's pandemic powers and Democrats opposed a decision to not allocate all federal…

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Whitmer faces criticism over severance deals for officials

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A 52-year-old Marne man survived when his single-engine airplane crashed into a wooded lot off Ferris Street on Tuesday afternoon.

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday announced sweeping changes to the state’s COVID-19 restrictions, including increasing capacity limits at establishments like restaurants and allowing visitation at nursing homes statewide.

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A blast of cold air blew through the Tri-Cities on Monday, giving area residents a brief reminder of February’s big freeze.

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A sixth-generation farm girl who was raised on a fruit farm along the ridge in Conklin, Julie Armock spent a lot of time outdoors. Because of that fact, she spent a lot of time washing up.

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FCA pleads guilty in plot to enrich Detroit union officials

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A White Cloud man has been lodged in the Muskegon County Jail following a chase after an armed robbery in Grand Haven early Monday morning.

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It will be windy this afternoon, with gusts of 30 to 40 mph. Cold weather returns today.