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The resolution encourages U.S. Congress to take action and would not have the force of law. [Read More]
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The goal is to raise $200,000 to benefit Mark Andree, who needs a new heart. [Read More]
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With the holiday shopping season right around the corner, retailers are growing their staff to meet customers' needs. Last year more than 640,000 seasonal jobs... [Read More]
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Police responded to nearly 2,000 domestic violence calls last year. [Read More]
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An seasonably warm day is expected for Sunday, Oct. 22. Rain showers are likely mainly after 5 p.m. with increasing clouds and a high near... [Read More]
Tags: Forecast - rain - Sunday
I'm a retired biology teacher who has been employed since 1980 as a summer field worker for The Nature Conservancy, Michigan Natural Features Inventory (MNFI),... [Read More]
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Prior to Saturday's game at Shive Field at Fred Zollner Stadium at Trine University, an announcement was broadcast over the public address system warning the... [Read More]
After spending 20 years in a Kenyan refugee camp, one South Sudanese woman now calls Holland home. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump said Saturday that he plans to allow the release of classified files related to the November 1963 assassination of President John F.... [Read More]
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The sheriff's office, a judge and attorneys volunteered to hold court at school. [Read More]
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The cost of snowmelt will increase on next year's assessment roll. Holland City Council voted unanimously Oct. 18 on a 7 percent increase for... [Read More]
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"Probably 16-18, somewhere around there." Kelsey Bos, Holland"Ten. After 10 there's no need. They can have a harvest party at home or church." Terese Cossette,... [Read More]
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The Sentinel looked into the status of the associated nonprofit organization. [Read More]
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According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), nearly 180 million consumers are expected to spend $9.1 billion on all things Halloween including costumes, candy, decorations... [Read More]
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Today, Oct. 21, will be unseasonably warm with lots of sunshine in the morning followed by increasing cloudiness in the afternoon.  The day will... [Read More]
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It has been 10 seasons since the Hope Flying Dutchmen have won a Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Association football title. The closest Hope has been... [Read More]
A Spring Lake woman was hospitalized Friday night after being hurt in a deer-motorcycle accident. The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department reports deputies were dispatched to... [Read More]
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With an OK Green Conference title on the line as well as an undefeated season, the Bird Bowl had more on the line than bragging... [Read More]
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"I am stressed and exhausted. What should be the most joyous time of our lives has been burdensome. Do you know what it's like to search... [Read More]
Tags: Holland - My Take - know
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Nancy Burk has served the Zeeland school district for 16 years. [Read More]
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