Those who live near areas that flood should begin inquiring with their local township officials about the flood zone map.
One more win.
That’s all that the Hamilton football team needs for an automatic berth to the 2016 state playoffs.
As she teed off on her final hole at the Division 3 state finals at Battle Creek’s Bedford Valley on Saturday, Oct. 15, Plainwell senior Maddie Tran couldn’t help but get a little emotional.
A decade of dominance.
That pretty much describes the performance of the Saugatuck girls’ cross country team in conference action the past 10 years.
The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams from Otsego joined four other Wolverine Conference schools for a meet in Edwardsburg on Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Anyone who’s seen Blake Dunn perform in an athletic event has seen how talented the Saugatuck senior is from both a physical and mental standpoint.
Greek philosopher Heraclitus is credited with having said, “Change is the only constant in life.”
Jean Marie Haas, 89, of Holland, died Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, at Heartland of Holland Nursing Home. Mrs. Haas was born Feb.
Allegan City’s new interim city manager has resigned effective Nov. 7, after a little more than a month on the job.
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