In this week's column, I take a minute to crow about the fact that one of Allegan County's treasures was recently discovered in The New York Times.
What a difference a letter makes. Anyone editing stories about “pubic” hearings and people arrested for “wreckless” driving knows why story analysis starts with “anal.”
In my column this week, I explained a bit of how write-in votes are counted—and not counted—and explain why it would be bad if we elected Donald Duck to public office.
Moses was scared of me from the get-go. You can’t know a pound pup’s background. If a man mistreated them, will cower from men thereafter.
I love basketball. Too bad it does not love me. Last week I rolled my left ankle playing the game. That’s my good ankle.
I recently found out about a great effort that is reaching out to Michigan National Guard service members.
“For the ‘same price’ as coffee, cover your burial,” read the email.
This week, we published a story by staff writer Virginia Ransbottom on the great “Faces Never Forgotten” campaign.
We don’t endorse candidates as a paper, here at The Allegan County News, and I as editor don’t publicly endorse candidates either.
Architectural portals are gates, doors and tunnel ends. In magic and technology they are passages than connect two locations, dimensions or points in time.