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I am incredibly disappointed in Holland City Council. Its decision Wednesday to turn down affordable housing in downtown Holland is irrational. In some cases, the... [Read More]
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Tickets are going fast, but there's still time to sign up for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holland's annual "Corks and Forks" fundraiser... [Read More]
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The forecast for Sunday, September 23, will be sunny, with a high near 71. East southeast wind 3 to 7 mph.At night, it will be... [Read More]
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It's unclear how definite future funding is for the office. [Read More]
Holland native and 2005 Black River graduate Michaela TerAvest was awarded the Beckman Young Investigator Award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.The award program... [Read More]
Hope College's Jim and Martie Bultman Center has earned LEED Gold certification, one of the most popular green building certification programs.The LEED — Leadership in... [Read More]
Charles Gould of the Michigan State University Extension Ottawa County has received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of County Agricultural Agents.The award... [Read More]
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Zoe DeKievit had big goals heading into her sophomore season as a Holland Christian swimmer, starting with breaking the school record in the 100-yard breaststroke.She... [Read More]
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"Wilderness to World Class," the feature-length film documenting Holland's past and present, was honored Friday evening, Sept. 21, with a State History Award from the... [Read More]
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Judge Brett Kavanaugh surely is in a class by himself, according to the most recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll:"More American voters now oppose Brett... [Read More]
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"Every little thing helps" is the adage Cynthia Lyn Ransom says her children quote from her. It is the philosophy by which she lives.The West... [Read More]
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A $10,000 grant has been awarded to the only certified miller in the Americas - who works at Holland's De Zwaan Windmill.Maiden Mills LLC, owned... [Read More]
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The driver of a pickup truck was killed after crashing into a large piece of construction equipment causing the vehicle to catch fire late Friday... [Read More]
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A pedestrian was hit and killed north of Holland late Friday night.Sgt. Jay Douglas, of the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office, said the incident happened at... [Read More]
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After eight years leading the Zeeland Board of Public Works and its 25 employees, General Manager Bill Cook is set to retire in January."If I... [Read More]
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Fire rescue pancake breakfastThe Olive Township Fire Rescue annual pancake breakfast fundraiser will be 6:30-10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22.Donations are accepted at the breakfast, at... [Read More]
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A Saugatuck man involved in a single-vehicle crash last week has died from his injuries.Troy Lange, 49, was driving a 2010 Toyota SUV northbound at... [Read More]
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A decade sure goes by fast.Ten years ago, I accepted a job with Kids Hope USA, so my family moved to West Michigan. A lot... [Read More]
TEDxMacatawa is now seeking talk ideas for its 2019 conference.The event is for the lakeshore community to "elevate insightful thinking, connect passionate people and spark... [Read More]
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For more than 15 years, Earthwork Harvest Gathering has been a season-ending celebration of Michigan's music scene, with more than 2,500 people – many of... [Read More]
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