Editor’s note: The following editorial was written by the staff of The Capital Gazette of Annapolis, Maryland, where a gunman shot and killed five journalists on June 28.
We appreciate the spirit behind the bills introduced by Reps. Tristan Cole and Lee Chatfield banning anchoring in the Straits area to keep the pipelines running through there from dents, but are concerned with the secrecy they are including in their bills.
Have you ever purchased anything over the internet? Did the company charge you the Michigan sales tax?
“Today I consider myself the luckiest man on earth.” — Lou Gehrig spoke these words, among the most iconic in American pop culture, on July 4, 1939.
The U.S. Commerce Department has added anti-dumping duties of up to 32 percent on newsprint and some other paper products from Canada. According to the agency, these products benefit from unfair Canadian government subsidies.
The potential gift of nearly 75 acres of land to Grand Haven Township for local recreation and sports use is a home run.
If you don’t understand why letting 16- and 17-year-olds vote is a terrible idea, I suggest you ask a qualified expert to remind you how badly things have gone in the past.
The recent renovation of the stadium is providing a renewed, updated attractiveness to Grand Haven’s waterfront.
Our local libraries are a wealth of entertainment as the summer days fly by. Their cool interiors are packed with all sorts of books to reawaken a sense of wonder.
For the time being, it looks like Michigan voters will get a chance to straighten out the state's crooked electoral districts.
It's campaign season in Michigan, in case you haven't noticed. And candidates for governor and the Legislature — especially Democrats — are blaming their Republican colleagues for many of the woes in education.
I know President Trump is no angel, but some of the words I have read recently which people use to describe him are downright awful. What it says to me is that people have a great deal of anger and hatred in their hearts.
This blog link is the Coast Guard’s own story on the Escanaba, but it focuses on two lesser-known side stories — one that took place a year earlier and another about four months prior to its own loss.
Sometimes in the summer, I hear music from the Spring Lake Yacht Club traveling over the water.
Government officials who call the cops at public meetings to silence their critics can be held accountable — even if an arrest might be justified on other grounds. That was the reassuring conclusion of a ruling by the Supreme Court last week.