UPDATED: (Editor’s note: Normally, you have to pick up a paper copy of our paper to read my column. I’m going for a bit of a signal boost this week, however.
This week, I shared with readers what you get when you combine a 5-year-old, a dad with delusions of grandeur, and 180 yards of duct tape.
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.
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.
This week, I honor the 74th National Newspaper Week, reminding readers that I and the staff take very seriously the paper's role as a foundation in the community.
In my column this week, I lamented the fact that the county commissioners appear poised to turn away even the possibility of being given a portion of a free bike path.
A plan to raise Dumont Lake’s water level received court approval today.
A new trial is a possibility for Earl Kranz.
Last up: Local township ballot proposals with multiple precincts.