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News

Local woman passionate about helping those with special needs

By Teresa Taylor Williams Tribune Contributor A few years ago, some people thought Kaja Thornton-Hunter had lost her mind. At that time, the single mother of two...

Experience the Art and History of Gettysburg

Muskegon County - Muskegon Community College Art Instructor Tim Norris and History Instructors Kurt Troutman and George Maniates will offer “The Art and History...

Students get prepped for college at GVSU camp

ALLENDALE, Mich.— 150 high school students from schools across Michigan are kicking off a series of week-long camps at Grand Valley State University that...

See the way Tim Froncek really plays—at The Block this summer

The typical jazz drummer is a hip but restrained figure, seated behind a trap set keeping the beat.  He and the bass player are...

GVSU economist: Summer still on solid footing

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The local economy continues to maintain solid growth, while some area business leaders express concern about an impending tariff war,...

Snyder Calls For Impartial FBI Investigation Into Attorney General Schuette

Lansing -Governor Rick Snyder called the referral of a criminal complaint against Attorney General Bill Schuette to the FBI “clearly a serious matter.” The governor’s...

Commentary: Trump makes bold outreach to Black NFL Players

President Donald J. Trump says he understands there is a valid reason NFL players were protesting and he wants to be part of the...

West Michigan Symphony musicians present Beethoven and Schubert concert

Muskegon - West Michigan Symphony Principal Violist Arturo Ziraldo and two of his colleagues, principal cellist Alicia Gregorian Sawyers and assistant principal second violin...
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State

GVSU economist: Summer still on solid footing

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The local economy continues to maintain solid growth, while some area business leaders express concern about an impending tariff war,...

Snyder Calls For Impartial FBI Investigation Into Attorney General Schuette

Lansing -Governor Rick Snyder called the referral of a criminal complaint against Attorney General Bill Schuette to the FBI “clearly a serious matter.” The governor’s...

Clean Energy, Healthy Michigan Ballot Campaign Seeks to Create Clean Energy Future

MICHIGAN — A coalition of local activists and organizations kicked off a ballot initiative seeking to incrementally raise Michigan’s renewable energy portfolio standard to...

GVSU students showcase vehicle at Michigan International Auto Show

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — When people steer their way to the Michigan International Auto Show this weekend in Grand Rapids, they will have the opportunity to...

Statewide effort to reduce waste and improve Michigan’s recycling rate

LANSING, Mich. – In an ongoing effort to reduce waste and increase Michigan’s recycling rate, Gov. Rick Snyder signed an Executive Directive  requiring all State of Michigan...
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Business

Local woman passionate about helping those with special needs

By Teresa Taylor Williams Tribune Contributor A few years ago, some people thought Kaja Thornton-Hunter had lost her mind. At that time, the single mother of two...

Treasury: MI Student Aid Team Provides Five Tips for Student Loan Borrowers

LANSING, Mich. – With National Financial Literacy Month coming to a close, the Michigan Department of Treasury’s MI Student Aid Team is providing five...

Students earn first in state with design of career showcase

 For the fourth consecutive year, Graphic Production Technologies (GPT) students from the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center took first place for Chapter Display at...

GVSU event to feature first African American astronaut to travel to space

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A two-day symposium hosted by Grand Valley State University and Grand Rapids Public Museum will celebrate space exploration and feature Guion...

GVSU students showcase vehicle at Michigan International Auto Show

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — When people steer their way to the Michigan International Auto Show this weekend in Grand Rapids, they will have the opportunity to...
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Politics

Commentary: Trump makes bold outreach to Black NFL Players

President Donald J. Trump says he understands there is a valid reason NFL players were protesting and he wants to be part of the...

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...
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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

NEW REPORT: Michigan Families Will Be Hurt By Republican Health Care Proposal

LANSING –– As Senate Republicans attempt to ram another proposal to dismantle health care through the U.S. Senate and send it to the House,...

Medicaid Cuts Could Hurt Seniors Most

Much of the country is focused on the debate around repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. However, what hasn’t received nearly as much...

Radio Show seeks to educate community about Holistic Health and Medical Marijuana

By Victor Skinner ROOSEVELT PARK – Mark Portincasa and Paul Farage are setting the record straight about medical marijuana while helping local residents find a...

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...

Opinion

Medicaid Cuts Could Hurt Seniors Most

Much of the country is focused on the debate around repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. However, what hasn’t received nearly as much...

Is Trump Enlisting in the War Party?

By Patrick J. Buchanan By firing off five dozen Tomahawk missiles at a military airfield, our “America First” president may have plunged us into another...

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...

Entertainment

Experience the Art and History of Gettysburg

Muskegon County - Muskegon Community College Art Instructor Tim Norris and History Instructors Kurt Troutman and George Maniates will offer “The Art and History...

See the way Tim Froncek really plays—at The Block this summer

The typical jazz drummer is a hip but restrained figure, seated behind a trap set keeping the beat.  He and the bass player are...

West Michigan Symphony musicians present Beethoven and Schubert concert

Muskegon - West Michigan Symphony Principal Violist Arturo Ziraldo and two of his colleagues, principal cellist Alicia Gregorian Sawyers and assistant principal second violin...

MCC Celebrates 2018 Black History Month

Muskegon Community College will celebrate Black History Month in February with several events which are all free and open to the public. On Wednesday, Feb. 14,...

2018 Global Awareness Festival Feb. 20-23 Focuses on Islands of the World

MCC’s 19th Annual Global Awareness Festival on Feb. 20-23, 2017 will focus on islands of the World with a series of lectures, films, cuisine...
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