White Chicken Chili
In the heart of winter, there’s nothing I want more than a comforting bowl of chili. I’m thinking of making Sunday chili night for the rest of winter. With so many different types of chili recipes, I can make a different one each week!
Allegan County Circuit Court Judge Margaret Zuzich Bakker said in court Friday, Jan. 16, she would issue a written opinion to decide an Allegan Township resident’s lawsuit fighting a local zoning decision.
A Chicago Sunday Tribune news clip at the Allegan District Library shows the U.S. Army war maneuvers being tested in Allegan County.
In the summer of 1936 the U.S. Army brought in 24,000 soldiers from seven states and descended upon Allegan County to participate in a war game. The army maneuvers were only the second time in the history of the U.S. Army that games of this type were held in peacetime.
Pastor Wally Coots
When the pastor search committee for Christ Community Church narrowed a field of 30 applicants to five, Wally Coots wasn’t one of them. He wasn’t even an original candidate.
Mark DeYoung was again elected as chairman of the Allegan County Board of Commissioners—this time for a two-year term. He got four votes compared to Commissioner Dean Kapenga’s three and Commissioner Don Black’s one, all part of the commissioners’ organizational planning session Thursday, Jan. 15.
Dr. Timothy Dickinson (center) greets guests at the door of the Michigan Room at Allegan General Hospital during an open house to celebrate his retirement from his family practice. Pictured are, from left, police chief Rick Hoyer, veterinarian Jim Connell, Dickinson’s wife Lori and his medical assistant Katina Savage.
While Dr. Timothy Dickinson retired on Jan. 1 from his family practice after 37 years with Allegan Medical Clinic, he just couldn’t do it cold turkey. “I still do nursing home work two mornings a week at Ely Manor and Allegan County Medical Care Facility and those afternoons I do administrative work at the clinic as medical director.”
White Chicken Chili
A Chicago Sunday Tribune news clip at the Allegan District Library shows the U.S. Army war maneuvers being tested in Allegan County.
Pastor Wally Coots
Dr. Timothy Dickinson (center) greets guests at the door of the Michigan Room at Allegan General Hospital during an open house to celebrate his retirement from his family practice. Pictured are, from left, police chief Rick Hoyer, veterinarian Jim Connell, Dickinson’s wife Lori and his medical assistant Katina Savage.

Sports

Wayland’s Lacey James (32) beats Seth Dugan to the basket on this play.

It was an epic battle for the ages without parallel when Wayland hosted Otsego in boys’ basketball on Tuesday, Jan. 13.

Obituaries

James Gallivan, 90, of Cham

Helen Joan Grady, 90, of Do

Greta Mae Prins, 74, of Sau

Opinion

Klein means “small” in German.

Are you ready for some football? It is Jan. 22.

The Meaning of Existence is evident in its acronym: ME. “Simplify, simplify,” Thoreau said.

Happening

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