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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

MCC President Addresses Michigan House Higher Education Subcommittee

Lansing - MCC President Dale K. Nesbary testified before the Michigan House Appropriations Higher Education and Community Colleges Appropriations Subcommittee on June 3, when he addressed...

Editorial: A sign of the times

By Mr. Joe Walker, Managing Editor of MuskegonTribune.com “Black Lives Matter” was met with resistance from the very beginning. This rallying plea for Black people...

CDC Offers Resuming Business Toolkit

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has deigned a Resuming Business Toolkit that’s available to download or print from their official website. The intention...

Baker College to Host Virtual Commencement for 2020 Graduates Sunday June 14

 WHAT:              In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Baker College will host a Virtual Commencement ceremony to honor and celebrate its 2020 graduating class.  Although a virtual...

Joe Biden has clinched Democratic nomination

Former Vice President Joe Biden has made his bid for President official. With the results of the June 2, 2020 primaries, Biden has officially clinched...

Undefeated Muskegon Fighter issues Challenge to Champion

LAS VEGAS– Prince Ranch Boxing's undefeated super bantamweight contender, Raeese "The Beast" Aleem (16-0, 10 KOs), who is ranked WBA #13, is eyeing a...

Governor Whitmer Lifting Stay-At-Home Order

Governor Gretchen Whitmer will announce today she is lifting her stay-at-home order and greatly reopening much of the state. The state will move to Phase 4...

Muskegon Churches Continue to Serve Amid Continued Stay At Home Orders

By Teresa Taylor Williams Sunday mornings are different now for many folks who used to attend traditional church services in West Michigan. For safety reasons and...

Editorial: Which knee do you prefer?

By Franklin Akil Fudail, Publisher of The Muskegon Tribune In 2016 Colin Kaepernick started warning the country in a peaceful way about the problem of...

Governor Whitmer extends “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through June 12, some restrictions lifted

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the extension of the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order through June 12. Increased COVID-19 cases in mid and western...