An Allegan pedestrian was killed over the weekend when hit as he tried to assist a relative who's car had broken down on M-89.
  TROWBRIDGE TWP.—An Allegan man died Saturday, Feb. 28, when he was hit by a car while trying to help a relative who’d broken down on M-89.
New senior pastor Nathan Smith is pictured in his office library at First Baptist Church of Allegan.
First Baptist Church of Allegan has a new senior pastor who started at his new church home Dec. 29. Pastor Nathan Smith served 11 years at Faith Baptist Church of Kent­wood before making the move to Allegan.
This view looks northeast through the intersection of M-89 and Farmer Street at 5:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, where earlier a pedestrian was struck and killed by a semi truck.
(UPDATED) An Otsego woman walking across M-89 was hit and killed by a semi truck Thursday (Feb. 26).
County health department officials say tests have confirmed that a child does not have the county's first case of the measles so far this year.
Tests have confirmed that an Allegan County child does not have measles. Last week, the 15-month-old unvaccinated female child was diagnosed with the virus at a clinic and had been isolated at home with her mother and two younger, vaccinated siblings.
Above, dozens gathered at a class on African dancing, one of many types offered throughout last year’s Day of Dance.
The National Day of Dance is boogieing into Allegan Saturday, Feb. 28. Allegan General Hospital invites community members of all ages to Allegan High School’s Performing Arts Center, 1560 M-40, from 2 to 5 p.m. for the event.
Roasted Bacon Cheddar Cauliflower
Lately people seem to be talking about cauliflower. Besides being low in calories, cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin C and fiber. Plus, it tastes good!
An Allegan pedestrian was killed over the weekend when hit as he tried to assist a relative who's car had broken down on M-89.
New senior pastor Nathan Smith is pictured in his office library at First Baptist Church of Allegan.
This view looks northeast through the intersection of M-89 and Farmer Street at 5:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, where earlier a pedestrian was struck and killed by a semi truck.
County health department officials say tests have confirmed that a child does not have the county's first case of the measles so far this year.
Above, dozens gathered at a class on African dancing, one of many types offered throughout last year’s Day of Dance.
Roasted Bacon Cheddar Cauliflower

Sports

Plainwell’s Tyler McClenny (top) touched out Otsego’s Jared Rutkowski in the opening leg of the 200 medley relay race. McClenny and his team qualified for the state and Ratkowski came back in the 100-yard backstroke to also swim a state qualifying time.

In the final Southwest and Central Michigan Swim League dual, the Bulldogs pulled out a hard fought 106-79 win over their long-time rival Plainwell on Tuesday, Feb. 17.

Obituaries

John Winsor Noonan, 84, of

Kenneth LaVerne Plotts, 100

Aileen Northrup, 81, of Mar

Opinion

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Chinese are fretting over the Year of the Sheep they rang in last week.

A new study published in the Journal of Anatomy claims the largest rodent fossil ever has been found.

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