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Thursday, August 16, 2018

Students kick-off summer with trip to national career contests

Muskegon  - Last month, seven students traveled to national skills competitions across the country. Three Graphic Production Technologies (GPT) students competed in the SkillsUSA National...

UPS owner grows out hair to raise awareness for hair donation

By Marla R. Miller Often in the public eye, local business owner Brian Mckeown has gotten some odd glances and snarky comments while growing his...

Two local paddleboarders plan to cross Lake Michigan to raise money for Great Lakes...

MUSKEGON -- In an effort to raise funds that will be used for Great Lakes conservation and restoration projects two Muskegon based paddleboarders will...

Trump Calls Off Cold War II

PATRICK J. BUCHANAN Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, President Trump declared that U.S. relations with Russia have "never been worse." He then added...

State leaders discuss talent gap

LANSING – Michigan grows stronger when leaders from all sectors work together to develop innovative solutions that move our state forward, Talent and Economic Development...

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,...