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The Candidates will meet with Newaygo County Clerk Jason VanderStelt who will prepare two slips of paper, one with the word “elected” and one with “not elected” and place them in a box. Each candidate will draw from the box and whoever gets the elected slip is declared the winner.
Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial is the recipient of a 2019 Outstanding Patient Experience Award from Healthgrades, which conducts a national survey of hospitals across the United States.
In addition, Gerber Memorial Hospital was 5-star rated for sepsis outcomes.
"Being ranked among the best hospitals in the nation is an honor. It is a great reflection of the people who provide exceptional care at Spectrum Health," said...
In 1948 the Chicago Daily Tribune operating on so called experts and many prognostications (along with a rather itense dislike for Harry Truman) jumped the gun a bit and proclaimed Republican candidate Thomas Dewey as the winner of the Presidential race.
Except he wasn’t.
The erroneous headline produced a classic photo of Truman holding the newspaper up with a victorius grin on his face.
We imagine the Trib folks were chagrined.
So were we when we posted the results of Tuesday’s election and included the Grant school bond issue as having passed.
..Speaking of bridges…
One of the coolest online publications (this side of N3) is Bridge Magazine. If you want a good read about the political wranglings in our state, the hot button issues and what in the world might be going on in our capital city, this is the place for you.
They have covered the Enbridge (bridge again) Line 5 controversy extensively including a recent story that involved the company’s assurance that they would be able to muster the resources should the unthinkable happen-a leak or malfunction that would likely devastate the straits and beyond...
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Posting a third straight shutout Hesperia defended their title from last year as they blasted their way into the Regionals with a 27-25, 25-20, 25-17 victory over Shelby at the Hart District Tournament.
All this goes back to my childhood and the family farm in Whitehall, Michigan. In a rundown orchard, my grandfather grew two Apple varieties, Jonathan and Northern Spy. Always a big fan of children's detective novels, like Nancy Drew, I figured Northern Spy was my signature apple. And I liked a sour apple, so I picked them before they ripened. ..even though I was warned it would cause stomach aches ..which it never did.
As the door closed on the mass of humanity crammed in the train, we huddled together, bags in front, nothing in back pockets. That’s when I saw the young guy slide up behind one of our group, getting very close, weirdly close. I looked down and noticed our companion had taken his zippered money pouch, tied the lanyard to his belt loop, then jammed the pouch into his front pocket, heeding the warning about back pockets. I glanced away for a moment, then looked back. The pouch was out of his pocket.
“Gary, your wallet!” I yelled
TrueNorth Community Services’ 29th annual Coats for Kids (& Adults) Distribution was Saturday at the TrueNorth Service Center.
The event had served 421 children and adults as of Saturday afternoon, according to Mike Voyt, Volunteer and Special Projects Coordinator for TrueNorth. Voyt reported a half dozen volunteers took part Saturday, with nearly...
On November 11, 2019 at approximately 8:09 am, Deputies of the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to S Mason Dr (M-37) north of E 112th St, in Ashland Township on a report of a two vehicle accident.