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News

MCC Offers Henry Ford Museum and Ford Assembly Plant Tours on March 31

The Muskegon Community College Experiential Learning Program is offering a tour of two Dearborn, MI historical institutions – the Henry Ford Museum and the...

Gaelic Storm to perform at the Frauenthal Center

Date: Saturday, March 25th Time: 7:30 pm Place: Frauenthal Theater, 425 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, MI 49440 Tickets: $41 Limited VIP Meet & Greet, $26, $21 Frauenthal Box...

“Veterans Helping Veterans” is a Mission for West Michigan Nonprofit

By Teresa Taylor Williams Muskegon Tribune Staff Writer For years, Army veteran Valerie Butler didn’t go into crowds and she was “hypervigilant” when it came to...

New scholarship created for GVSU students who teach in Detroit

A new scholarship is available to Grand Valley State University students who choose to fulfill their student teaching requirement in a Detroit GVSU-authorized charter...

Is Secession a Solution to Cultural War?

By Patrick J. Buchanan As the culture war is about irreconcilable beliefs about God and man, right and wrong, good and evil, and is at...

MSHDA grants $1 million for statewide homeowner repair and rehab

Lansing – The Michigan State Housing Development Authority recently announced just over $1 million in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) grants, which will allow home...

MCC Employee Named Regional Food Service Award Winner

Muskegon County- MCC Dining Services employee Yolanda Marble received the 2017 Beverly A. Drake Essential Service Award for Food Service during a special Grand...

Mercy Health Colleagues Raise Funds for Reflection Room on Lakeshore Campus

It’s one thing to talk about providing compassionate care, and it’s another to actually make it a priority. In 2010, 15 colleagues at the Mercy...
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State

New scholarship created for GVSU students who teach in Detroit

A new scholarship is available to Grand Valley State University students who choose to fulfill their student teaching requirement in a Detroit GVSU-authorized charter...

MSHDA grants $1 million for statewide homeowner repair and rehab

Lansing – The Michigan State Housing Development Authority recently announced just over $1 million in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) grants, which will allow home...

Gov. Rick Snyder: Muskegon Heights School District ready to move forward as financial emergency...

LANSING, Mich. –The financial emergency in the Muskegon Heights School District has been resolved and a Receivership Transition Advisory Board has been appointed to...

Michigan earns $2.5 million federal grant to expand opportunities for residents to gain skills,...

LANSING — Michigan’s efforts to expand opportunities through skilled trades careers and help residents gain good-paying jobs is getting a boost through a $2.5 million...

Governor says ‘reinvention of State’ key to unemployment drop

Michigan’s unemployment falls to 4.5 percent, lowest since January 2001 LANSING - Governor Rick Snyder issued the following statement last week after the announcement that...
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Business

Local Meat Market Finds Success with Relocation, Wins Regional Award

  By Teresa Taylor Williams Muskegon Tribune Staff Writer As a teenager in 1975, Craig Hindes had a job mopping floors and stocking shelves for extra cash...

Michigan Education Savings Program aims for spot on holiday gift lists

LANSING – As the Michigan Education Savings Program (MESP) continues to grade high on rankings of the best college savings programs in the country,...

Tech Center students earn top five spots in college CAD contest

Muskegon County - All five Muskegon Area Career Tech Center students earned the top five spots in 2D AutoCAD during the 2016 American Foundry...

MCC to Host Job Fair

More than 30 different employers will be at the Job Fair being hosted by Muskegon Community College on Monday, October 24, from 11 a.m....

Nutritional products good for health and business

By John R. Hall Muskegon - Regular exercise and a healthy diet are keys to a healthy lifestyle. Bob Dingman found out that there is...
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Politics

Messy politics nothing new in the U.S., speaker says

GRAND RAPIDS— Strong political polarization and infighting in Congress is nothing new in American politics, and has arguably been worse than it is today, according to a...

Is the System Rigged? You Betcha.

"Remember, it's a rigged system. It's a rigged election," said Donald Trump in New Hampshire on Saturday. The stunned recoil in this city suggests this...

Executive Directive seeks to improve trust and cooperation between the public and law enforcement

LANSING - Improving the trust and cooperation between the public and members of law enforcement is the goal of a new executive directive signed...

Who Favors Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Candidate for President?

GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for president, may be on track to win more votes than any third-party candidate in 20 years, if...

Trump’s Goal: Stay on Script About Clinton

PATRICK HEALY and ALEX BURNS Nick Corasaniti contributed reporting. After months of flailing attempts, Donald Trump has begun to recast his political message in more structured...

Foundation Complicates Clinton’s Bid

AMY CHOZICK and STEVE EDER The kingdom of Saudi Arabia donated more than $10 million. Through a foundation, so did the son-in-law of a former...

The Failing Inside Mission to Tame Trump’s Tongue

By ALEXANDER BURNS and MAGGIE HABERMAN Donald Trump was in a state of shock: He had just fired his campaign manager and was watching the...

Fred Trump Taught His Son the Essentials of Showboating Self-Promotion

JASON HOROWITZ The throngs of New Yorkers who poured into Coney Island on a sweltering Sunday in July 1939 — shuffling past the rides,...

Emails Renew Questions About Clinton Foundation and State Dept. Overlap

ERIC LICHTBLAU WASHINGTON — A new batch of U.S. State Department emails released Tuesday showed the close and sometimes overlapping interests between the Clinton Foundation...

Parents of 2 Americans Killed in Benghazi Attack Sue Hillary Clinton

AMY CHOZICK The parents of two Americans killed in the 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, filed a lawsuit Monday against...
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Food

Culinary students pick, prepare, and prove pumpkin is not just for pies

Muskegon - What’s a muffin without blueberries? Or a curry without chicken? Well, when blueberries are swapped for pumpkin, a muffin becomes a moist...

KITCHEN DIVA

By Angela Shelf Medearis Lunch for Dinner, Dinner for Lunch --- A nutritious lunch does not have to be boring or cost you a fortune. Making...

Recipe: Key Lime Pie

Crumb Crust 3/4 cup gingersnap crumbs 3/4 cup graham cracker crumbs 4 tablespoons butter, melted Lime Filling 12 to 16 Key limes or 3 to 4 regular (Persian) limes 1...

Apple-Brie Pizza

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING ONE EDITORS: See Goodhskpng2 for Easy Homemade Dough recipe. Apple-Brie Pizza --- You're gonna love this easy French-style pizza packed with brie, caramelized onions and apple...

5 ways to take your grilling to a whole new level

5 ways to take your grilling to a whole new level  (BPT) - It's time to grab the tongs and apron because it is officially...

Health

Mercy Health Colleagues Raise Funds for Reflection Room on Lakeshore Campus

It’s one thing to talk about providing compassionate care, and it’s another to actually make it a priority. In 2010, 15 colleagues at the Mercy...

Help is Available for Those Experiencing Grief and Loss During Holidays and Year Round

By Teresa Taylor Williams Contributor, The Muskegon Tribune The holidays are upon us, but the joys are not shared by all. In fact, for many people...

Nutritional products good for health and business

By John R. Hall Muskegon - Regular exercise and a healthy diet are keys to a healthy lifestyle. Bob Dingman found out that there is...

Medicare: Start Early to Get the Facts

By Matilda Charles When it's time to sign up for Medicare, we're advised to start three months in advance. That three months might not be...

Study: Costs to care for stroke survivors rising

GRAND RAPIDS — A new study shows caring for elderly stroke survivors now costs nearly $40 billion per year with stroke survivors needing more...

Opinion

Is Secession a Solution to Cultural War?

By Patrick J. Buchanan As the culture war is about irreconcilable beliefs about God and man, right and wrong, good and evil, and is at...

Is the System Rigged? You Betcha.

"Remember, it's a rigged system. It's a rigged election," said Donald Trump in New Hampshire on Saturday. The stunned recoil in this city suggests this...

Rejecting the ‘New’ Kwanzaa Stamp: Resisting Redefinition and Reductive Renditions

By Dr. Maulana R. Karenga The appreciation and preservation of the integrity, beauty and expansive meaning of Kwanzaa are rooted in the hearts, minds and...

The National Split

THE BOB FRANKEN COLUMN By Bob Franken --- There's an interesting debate going on among some liberals, some "Never Trump" holdouts and even some other conservatives. It...

Editorial: Social Media Cowards attack Gabby Douglas

The charge against Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas is another example of how social media has reared it's ugly head. The alleged offense is that...

Entertainment

Gaelic Storm to perform at the Frauenthal Center

Date: Saturday, March 25th Time: 7:30 pm Place: Frauenthal Theater, 425 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, MI 49440 Tickets: $41 Limited VIP Meet & Greet, $26, $21 Frauenthal Box...

‘Mary Karr Live!’ Comes to the Frauenthal Center Feb. 11

The Muskegon Writers’ Series presents “Mary Karr Live!” featuring an evening with the national award-winning poet, essayist, and memorialist on Saturday, Feb. 11, at...

Expressions of Faith: Religious Artwork and Rare Manuscripts at the Muskegon Museum of...

Muskegon —The Muskegon Museum of Art will present Expressions of Faith: Religious Works from the Permanent Collection with Rare Manuscripts from the Van Kampen...

Muskegon Clippers Accepted Into Highly Respected Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League

“New Leagues is Sanctioned and Supported By Major League Baseball” Muskegon County –Muskegon’s summer collegiate baseball team, the Muskegon Clippers, has been officially accepted into...

Messy politics nothing new in the U.S., speaker says

GRAND RAPIDS— Strong political polarization and infighting in Congress is nothing new in American politics, and has arguably been worse than it is today, according to a...
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