This will be The Allegan County News' new home starting next week: 241 Hubbard St.
Like the Jeffersons of the late 70s sitcom, The Allegan County News is movin’ on up—upstairs, that is.
The new pool is currently not under consideration in the new bond proposal Wayland school board members are discussing.
Wayland Union Schools will be putting another bond project to a public vote, though it will be much smaller than the one voters rejected May 2. To start the discussion, district administration proposed an approximately $20.5 million plan; at their regular Monday, May 15, meeting, school board members largely agreed to explore it.
At right is the site plan submitted to the Wayland planning commission showing the entrance off Reno Drive, a circular drive around a flagpole, a road to the loading area and all-terrain lift training area and the 67,467-square-foot MRCC Training facility.
A site plan for the development of a Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters union hall and apprenticeship training facility was unanimously approved by the Wayland Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, May 9.
Pictured above in last year’s tour was librarian Lenora Porter, 1872-1948. Sue Buese at right portrayed Porter, who secured Allegan’s Carnegie Library.
Bringing ancestors back to life to share some of the area’s unique history, The Oakwood Cemetery Living History Tour will celebrate its fifth season on Friday, June 2, and Saturday, June 3.
Allegan County Sheriff Frank Baker knows there are too few deputies on patrol and handling investigations. While the department’s personnel have remained locked at 53, including himself and undersheriff Mike Larsen, since 2011, he has seen the county’s population rise.
Schultz Park in Douglas recently added eight Pickleball courts in order for residents to pursue their passion.
Pickleball is coming to Allegan and anticipated to be ready for play June 1, after the nets arrive, said Allegan City Council member Michael Manning who gave a parks commission report at the May 8 meeting.
This will be The Allegan County News' new home starting next week: 241 Hubbard St.
The new pool is currently not under consideration in the new bond proposal Wayland school board members are discussing.
At right is the site plan submitted to the Wayland planning commission showing the entrance off Reno Drive, a circular drive around a flagpole, a road to the loading area and all-terrain lift training area and the 67,467-square-foot MRCC Training facility.
Pictured above in last year’s tour was librarian Lenora Porter, 1872-1948. Sue Buese at right portrayed Porter, who secured Allegan’s Carnegie Library.
Schultz Park in Douglas recently added eight Pickleball courts in order for residents to pursue their passion.

Sports

Members of the Martin softball team show off the trophy they took home after winning the Bangor Invitational on Saturday, May 13. The Clippers outscored their two opponents 31-7 in claiming the top spot. (Photo provided)

Members of the Martin softball team must have eaten their Wheaties prior to the Bangor Invitational on Saturday, May 13.

Obituaries

Saugatuck lost a grand lady

Harold Amos Lown, 79, of Va

Linda Kay Tiller, 74, of Go

Marilynn Brown, 83, of Otse

Daniel "Dan" Groh passed aw

Opinion

I happened to read an article by the online investigative news magazine The Bridge the other day.

With Easter approaching, we came up with a way to share with our readers something inspired partly by how my dad (or mom,

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