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On Tuesday,May 21, ending years of anticipation, Meijer takes its place as a major presence in our area.
And ‘anticipation’ doesn’t do justice to the Meijer mania that was spawned several years ago when the rumor mill began grinding about a Meijer arrival in our parts. One of our first articles on the subject drew an enormous amount of ...
Twenty entrepreneurs submitted their ideas in the first-ever rural entrepreneurial pitch competition in Newaygo, Lake and Oceana Counties. The deadline for submissions is April 10th.
The finalists are:
Camelia Hollinger – Pretty Pop Ups
Deanna Dickinson – Truffles and Goodies Lady
Ericka Freriks – Baking Beauty’s Custom Cakes
Sandra Bernard – Red Boots Kids’ Books
Tara Kelley – The Bohemian Boutique
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Spectrum Health Foundation Gerber Memorial will host a golf scramble fundraiser on Friday, June 21, at Waters Edge Golf Course in Fremont to support the hospital’s local community wellness programs. These programs range from free cooking classes and support groups to diabetes education and a countywide program that promotes nutrition and physical activity to more than 3,000 elementary students.
Local mandolinist, Brian Oberlin, brings his longtime musical friends from Germany for a concert in the Dogwood Black Box on Friday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m. The four musicians will play their own sets of music along with plenty of collaborations including classical, bluegrass, swing, Gypsy, jazz, blues, and much more.
On the desk one finds old toys scattered about along with a baseball or two, a plastic flute, a couple of small board games, a hat and a can of pink salmon (gift from my sister- a long story), among a sea of other items. They each help to...
That’s when Captain Dave commenced with zigzagging. I hung on defiantly, but it was clear the end was coming. As soon as the figure eights started I realized I was going in. And, in I went. Not a delicate little splash, but a full force, skittering wipe out. When I finally stopped and sank some distance away, I took an inventory: everything seemed in order. As the boat slowly bounced its way over the massive rollers it’d created, I glanced down at myself in water and noted...