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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

News

Popular radio station promotes new leadership

Muskegon – After nearly 19 years as Program Director of Muskegon’s number one Urban Radio Station, it’s time for the changing of guards. While...

Biden moves fast on virus and economy

By Matt Viser (c) 2020, The Washington Post WASHINGTON - President-elect Joe Biden and his advisers plan this week to demonstrate a far more assertive strategy...

Irish Music Star to host local radio show

Tribune News Wire Dublin – Multi-award winning singer Colm Keegan will add another title to his name. In addition to being a singer, song...

Grand Rapids Jewish cemetery desecrated with ‘MAGA,’ ‘TRUMP’

Tribune News Wire (RNS) — Gayle Kirshenbaum planned to spend Election Day calling potential voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania and urging them to vote. Instead she...

Fans react to Detroit Lions 7th straight home loss

By Mr. Joe Walker The Detroit Lions 41 – 21 Week 8 loss to the Indianapolis Colts is more significant than the double-digit point differential. On...

Reports: Kwame Kilpatrick to be released from prison

DETROIT - State Rep., Karen Whitsett is reporting that Former Detroit Mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, is expected to be released from prison Monday November 2. The...

MCC Seeks Input at Community Summit on Nov. 5

Muskegon - Join MCC President Dale K. Nesbary and other members of the leadership team on Thursday, Nov. 5, to provide input on 2020-21...

Dr. Byron Varnado Joins Hackley Community Care’s Medical Practice

MUSKEGON Mich. — Hackley Community Care is pleased to welcome Dr. Byron Varnado, MD to our family practice. A native of Muskegon, he is...
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State

Grand Rapids Jewish cemetery desecrated with ‘MAGA,’ ‘TRUMP’

Tribune News Wire (RNS) — Gayle Kirshenbaum planned to spend Election Day calling potential voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania and urging them to vote. Instead she...

Reports: Kwame Kilpatrick to be released from prison

DETROIT - State Rep., Karen Whitsett is reporting that Former Detroit Mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, is expected to be released from prison Monday November 2. The...

Michigan’s Amish seem to love Trump. But voting is another matter.

By Ted Roelofs MONTCALM COUNTY—They’re driven by their faith. Abhor government regulation. And stand opposed to abortion and same-sex marriage. On paper, it sounds like...

Joe Biden to visit Michigan on Saturday

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Michigan on Saturday, for a final push before the Nov. 3 election. His wife, Jill, also...

Hospital Medical Officers: COVID-19 Hospitalizations Up 80%

The chief medical officers for 110 of Michigan's 137 hospitals issued an extraordinary joint statement today warning that the number of patients hospitalized with...
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Business

McDonald’s, MCC Partnership to Aid Students in Paying for College

McDonald’s restaurants and Muskegon Community College announced a partnership Tuesday aimed at making college more affordable and accessible for thousands of students. Through McDonald’s Archways...

Susan Corbin named Acting Director, Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity

Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a leadership change at the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity. Jeff Donofrio, who has led LEO since it was established via...

Discover Your Career Pathway at MCC in November and December

Students can learn more about the different career pathways that Muskegon Community College offers during weekly presentations from Nov. 5 to Dec. 10. Participants can...

U of M Researcher to Discuss Wealth’s Impact on Educational Pathways on Oct. 29

The Muskegon Community College Lecture Series continues on Thursday, Oct. 29, with an online talk titled “Charting How Wealth Shapes Educational Pathways from Childhood...

Governor Whitmer Reopens Movie Theaters, Strengthens Mask Requirements in Schools

Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Orders 2020-183, which amends the MI Safe Start order to reopen movie theaters and performance venues and 2020-185, which requires face coverings for students in grades...
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Politics

Biden moves fast on virus and economy

By Matt Viser (c) 2020, The Washington Post WASHINGTON - President-elect Joe Biden and his advisers plan this week to demonstrate a far more assertive strategy...

Grand Rapids Jewish cemetery desecrated with ‘MAGA,’ ‘TRUMP’

Tribune News Wire (RNS) — Gayle Kirshenbaum planned to spend Election Day calling potential voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania and urging them to vote. Instead she...

Michigan’s Amish seem to love Trump. But voting is another matter.

By Ted Roelofs MONTCALM COUNTY—They’re driven by their faith. Abhor government regulation. And stand opposed to abortion and same-sex marriage. On paper, it sounds like...

Joe Biden to visit Michigan on Saturday

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Michigan on Saturday, for a final push before the Nov. 3 election. His wife, Jill, also...

Trump to make three Michigan stops in campaign homestretch

Republican President Donald Trump will make three separate stops in Michigan over the final few days before Nov. 3, and he will close out...

Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin still hold the keys to 2020

By Dan Balz WASHINGTON - Barely a week out from Election Day, the electoral map is a sprawling landscape, larger than predicted as the campaigns...

Commentary: Why Trump will win the Black Male Vote Over Biden?

By F. Akil Fudail There is a small, but significant group in Black America that are not voting for Joe Biden! I know it seems...

Editorial: Aquaboogie

By Mr. Joe Walker, Managing Editor of MuskegonTribune.com I never learned to swim. Growing up in Muskegon and its surrounding areas, propelling through water is...

President Trump draws thousands to Muskegon rally

By Mr. Joe Walker Tribune Writer President Donald Trump held a rally at Muskegon County Airport in Muskegon, MI on October 17, 2020. This is the...

Militia Group Planned To Kidnap Governor, Try Her For ‘Treason’

A detailed plot to kidnap the governor from her northern Michigan vacation home was foiled by law enforcement through the use of undercover employees...
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Food

Meijer Recalls Whole Cantaloupes and Select Cut Cantaloupe Trays Due to Potential Health Risk

Meijer, in conjunction with Eagle Produce, LLC in Aguila, AZ., is announcing a voluntary recall of whole cantaloupe and select cut cantaloupe fruit trays...

Scott Meats Wins State-Wide Awards

By Teresa Taylor-Williams Muskegon Tribune Staff Writer Muskegon County - The crew at Scott Meats has done it again. The Muskegon Heights meat market brought home...

Culinary Institute of Michigan at Baker College earns Global Endorsement

By John R. Hall Muskegon - There is a real gem in the Muskegon community and it’s located at Baker College. It’s called the Culinary...

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...

Health

Dr. Byron Varnado Joins Hackley Community Care’s Medical Practice

MUSKEGON Mich. — Hackley Community Care is pleased to welcome Dr. Byron Varnado, MD to our family practice. A native of Muskegon, he is...

Hospital Medical Officers: COVID-19 Hospitalizations Up 80%

The chief medical officers for 110 of Michigan's 137 hospitals issued an extraordinary joint statement today warning that the number of patients hospitalized with...

West Michigan schools to community: Mask up for COVID or we close down

By Ron French West Michigan - School superintendents in West Michigan have a blunt message for their communities: Wear masks and social-distance, or schools buildings...

FDA approves first drug to treat coronavirus

By Robert Langreth The Food and Drug Administration approved Gilead Sciences Inc.'s antiviral therapy remdesivir on Thursday, making it the first drug to obtain formal...

Discover Your Career Pathway at MCC in November and December

Students can learn more about the different career pathways that Muskegon Community College offers during weekly presentations from Nov. 5 to Dec. 10. Participants can...

Opinion

Editorial: Face Covering

By Mr. Joe Walker My youngest son loves Halloween. He talks about buying candy, costumes, and decorations all year around. The conversations and shopping lists...

Commentary: Why Trump will win the Black Male Vote Over Biden?

By F. Akil Fudail There is a small, but significant group in Black America that are not voting for Joe Biden! I know it seems...

Commentary: Raise Every Voice

By Brenda M. Moore, Muskegon County Drain Commissioner The national election puts such a queasy feeling in the pit of my gut I haven’t given...

Editorial: Aquaboogie

By Mr. Joe Walker, Managing Editor of MuskegonTribune.com I never learned to swim. Growing up in Muskegon and its surrounding areas, propelling through water is...

Editorial: Upside Down

By Mr. Joe Walker, Managing Editor of MuskegonTribune.com I was considerably athletic as a child. My mother would often remark about how fast, balanced, and...

Entertainment

Irish Music Star to host local radio show

Tribune News Wire Dublin – Multi-award winning singer Colm Keegan will add another title to his name. In addition to being a singer, song...

Black Wall Street Muskegon’s 1st annual Trunk or Treat, October 31st

By Mr. Joe Walker Social media group Black Wall Street Muskegon is hosting their 1st Annual Trunk or Treat on Halloween day, Saturday October 31st. The...

Discover Your Career Pathway at MCC in November and December

Students can learn more about the different career pathways that Muskegon Community College offers during weekly presentations from Nov. 5 to Dec. 10. Participants can...

Two safe Halloween options for Muskegon residents

By Mr. Joe Walker Tribune Writer Muskegon residents who enjoy seasonal Halloween festivities have expressed their concerns about celebrating safely during this COVID-19 pandemic. There are options...

2020 Unity Summit: How to Encourage Allyship During a Time of Crisis

Baker College is excited to host speaker, editor and educator, Jesse Hagopian, for our virtual 2020 Fall Unity Summit! Jesse is an award-winning educator and...
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