Next year’s Allegan Fire District budget will begin a long-term focus on saving for future truck purchases. Fire district chair Jon Cook, speaking to Allegan city council members at their Monday, Dec. 11, said, “The biggest issue with our budget for next year is we always have the equipment fund to consider.”
Kent William Neigebauer
While the snow collects on the “for sale” sign in front of the Delano Mansion Inn Bed and Breakfast, many questions remain regarding its fate and the killing of its owner. According to Ann Arbor-area law enforcement, the Delano’s owner, innkeeper Marcia Neigebauer, was found killed Sunday, Nov. 19, at her home in Pittsfield Township.
A selfie of Allegan County News editor Ryan Lewis outside the paper's office at 241 Hubbard St.
Festive Fridays on Dec. 15 will feature a Stocking Hop. Bring the children downtown with their Christmas stockings and get them filled up with candy by going door-to-door to participating businesses.
Mackenzie Phillips is hoping to bring some Christmas cheer to the less fortunate this holiday.To do so, she convinced her new teammates on the Grand Rapids Tsunami to join her in organizing a toy drive through Dec. 17 for Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital and the children who have to spend Christmas there this year.
Tuesday, new concrete was poured for the hall between the new gym and auditorium. (Photo provided)
Despite weather-related delays in September and October, work is on track for Martin Public Schools’ construction project. Two new massive buildings now stand to the south of the high school’s main entrance; they will become a gymnasium and fine arts auditorium, all part of a $17.65 million bond project approved by voters last year.
The City of Allegan has added a public open house to the 2018-2019 city budget schedule. The fiscal year begins on the first day of July and ends on the last day of June.
Kent William Neigebauer
A selfie of Allegan County News editor Ryan Lewis outside the paper's office at 241 Hubbard St.
Tuesday, new concrete was poured for the hall between the new gym and auditorium. (Photo provided)

Sports

Saugatuck senior Keegan Carper dives forward to pick up some extra yardage during the second half of the Indians’ loss to Pewamo-Westphalia. (Photo by Jason Wesseldyk), Bradley Dunn looks for some running room in Saugatuck's game with Pewamo-Westphalia. (Photo by Jason Wesseldyk)

The similari- ties between this year’s Saugatuck football team and the 2010 Indians’ squad are uncanny.

Obituaries

Betty Ann Weeks, 71, of Fen

William Charles “Chuck” Rew

Carol Anne Weaver, 61, of P

Donald James S

Marcia Goodrich, 83, of Hop

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,

UPDATED: (Editor’s note: Normally, you have to pick up a paper copy of our paper to read my column.

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