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From batteries to light bulbs these ecological enemies get unloaded by a sea of volunteers to be contained, cartoned, barreled and eventually removed to be taken out of the county to meet a responsible disposition.
And this year they were joined by the new DHD#10 bus, a vehicle that allowed the distribution of COVID vaccines to all comers.
So when it comes to one stop shopping...
Newaygo County Prosecuting Attorney, Worth Stay, announced today that Clifton David Bonter Jr. of Grant, date of birth July 23, 1980, was arraigned on May 10 on a two count criminal complaint. The charges stem from an investigation into an alleged discharge of a firearm at a dwelling in Ashland Township.
The defendant is charged with one count of Weapons - Firearms - Discharge in or at a Building Causing Injury, in violation of MCL 750.234b(3) and one count of Weapons - Felony Firearm, in violation of MCL 750.227b. A probable cause conference is set for
Congratulations to several Spanish students from Newaygo High School who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2021 National Spanish Examinations.
Students from Newaygo High School earned a total of five honors. “Attaining a medal or honorable mention for any student on the National Spanish Examinations is very prestigious,” said Kevin Cessna-Buscemi, National Director of the Exams, “because the exams are the largest of their kind in the United States with over...
Pop-up vaccine clinics scheduled in several communities
Following the recent authorization and recommendation by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), District Health Department #10 (DHD#10) will start vaccinating children ages 12-15 years old with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine...
“You’d be fine without your medication.”
“It’s all in your head.”
“It could be worse.”
“You’re making a big deal out of nothing.”
“You are going crazy.”
“Stop looking for attention.”...
If you’ve completed your vaccination regimen wearing a mask is no longer required. Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the changes Friday aligning the state with the latest CDC guidelines. The new MDHHS order will take effect on Saturday, May 15 at 9AM.
On Thursday, the CDC released updated guidance recommending “fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting, except
Feeling confident after my 7ish miles, I felt ready to tackle the 8+ mile stretch of Echo Drive to 40th street on my birthday. My father-in-law even gifted me a decades old walking stick, forged by his dad from Alaskan wood.
Huge thanks to the famous Charles Chandler, providing crucial car spotting service, I started at Echo Drive around 8:40 in the morning. Only slightly terrified of running into a bear, thanks to a circulating photo on the White Cloud Community Network page the night before, I began my trek.
It was a little chilly and slightly damp, but the woods were...
Plants that self seed in unexpected places have always intrigued me. ...especially when they are hybridized flowers gone rogue.
So when I spotted this sweet little nasturtium growing along the edge of a raised bed in my community garden, it gave me an idea. Maybe I could plant nasturtium seeds in sidewalk cracks, waste places and abandoned city lots. And more people could enjoy these mini “ life in the cracks” surprises.
So I bought some Nasturtium seeds, which are large and round and easily pushed into the ground. In fact, Nasturtiums are...
In honor of Mother’s Day, The Economic Alliance for Michigan (EAM), has awarded Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial Hospital a Hospital Maternity Care Excellence Award for the third year in a row.
“Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial is extremely proud of our entire maternity care team for their continued excellence,” Gerber Memorial President Drew Dostal said. “The Maternity Care Excellence Award speaks to the commitment of Gerber Memorial’s providers, nurse midwives and nursing team to ensuring mother and child are healthy. With our focus on exceptional personalized care, we work hard every day so moms and families can
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From our friends at MDNR:
Whether you plan to get in some early-season camping, hit the trail on an ORV or clean up dead wood around your property, keep in mind that fire danger is high in many parts of Michigan this weekend.
“Even though the landscape is green, our forests and grasses are very dry,” said Paul Rogers, fire prevention specialist with the Forest Resources Division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. “A fire can...
...this is a ‘no matter what happens I’m in for the long haul’ kind of promise. The kind you only make when you absolutely and without a doubt believe in your ability to keep it.
As well as in the deep connection that compels you to make it.
These couples recently made their way to the Newaygo County Clerk's office in White Cloud:
Michael Robinson, Fremont and Lynnae Bukala, Fremont
Ryan Essebaggers, Fremont and Amanda Brandt, Fremont
Cody VanderPanne, Newaygo and Jenne Bush, Grant
Beth Kelenova, White Cloud and James Mitchell, White Cloud
Brianna Slater, Grant and Michael Bautista, Grant
Derrick Hill, White Cloud and Cheyenne Nelson, White Cloud
Chuck McCloud, Fremont and Wantita Rew Theng, Thailand
As Michiganders have stayed home during the COVID-19 pandemic, many have passed on timely health services out of concern for their safety. Family Health Care is encouraging all local residents to sign up for their COVID-19 vaccine and to get caught up on regular preventive healthcare needs...
Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial’s free Parkinson’s support group meeting on Thursday, May 20, will feature Ashok Sriram, MD, a Spectrum Health board-certified neurologist and fellowship-trained movement disorders specialist.
The free virtual event on May 20, is from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Participants can join via smartphone and laptop, or through a conference phone call.
Family Health Care announced it is working to help build consumer awareness about the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program. The temporary benefit will help to lower the cost of broadband service for eligible households during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic...
The NCCA-Artsplace Statewide Photography Competition is an annual event with the goal of exhibiting and acknowledging some of the finest photographers in Michigan while encouraging greater growth and achievement in the photographic community. With an entry deadline of July 19, photographers across the state are shooting and printing their favorite subjects for their entries in this year’s competition.
The Dogwood Summer Youth Theater will be holding auditions on Saturday, May 22 from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the Dogwood Center for Performing Arts for their summer production of Shakespeare's “Comedy of Errors” for youth ages 12 years and up. Casting calls for a 14 male and female roles with room for a few extras.
The "Comedy of Errors" is one of William Shakespeare's early plays with a major part of the humor coming from slapstick and mistaken identity, in addition to puns and word play. As the story unfolds...
At N3 we want to hear about your trail tales. Where have you been? What are your favorites? Who do you go with?
And more importantly…
What has it given you?
There are volumes of research touting the bountiful health benefits to be gained from getting outside and moving about and trail hiking fits the bill perfectly for such an experience.
We are asking you to share why you hike and what you have learned (if anything) by engaging in this ambulatory activity.
Send us your stories (photos strongly encouraged) and we will