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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

MCC Lakeshore Fitness Center issues Spark Movement Challenge

Our commitment at MCC Lakeshore Fitness Center is to support a healthy and active lifestyle for our members. Our community goes beyond the walls...

West Michigan Works Offers Virtual Summer Youth Career Readiness Program

By John R. Hall The Covid 19 outbreak of 2020 has altered many plans and programs, including the normal in-person youth career programs sponsored by...

Opening America’s Workplaces Again National Online Dialogue

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) continues its efforts to support American workers and position the economy for a strong rebound. DOL is hosting...

Police, Fire, Prosecutor engage kids and families in safe challenges; award prizes

Muskegon - How long can you keep a Hula Hoop going? Have you done a random act of kindness lately? Law enforcement, fire, paramedics...

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...

MCC’s Respiratory Therapists on the Frontline Battling COVID-19

Tribune Wire Muskegon - A seasoned respiratory therapist, Keegan Knue understood firsthand the toll that the escalating cases of COVID-19 would take on the Spectrum...

Whitmer Reopens Real Estate, Outdoor Work, Construction Starting May 7

Workers in the real estate industry and those whose work is primarily performed outdoors can return to their jobs starting May 7, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced...

Local students earn 2020 Breaking Traditions Award

Tribune News Wire LANSING – Fifty-eight high school and four college students across Michigan, who overcame obstacles and stereotypes to succeed in career and technical...

Trump’s Presidency Hangs on One Decision

Easter may not bring America the victory in the war against the coronavirus pandemic that President Donald Trump anticipated. But in this Holy Week,...

University of Pittsburg Medical Center has developed possible COVID-19 vaccine

University of Pittsburg Medical Center noted to media they began working on the development of a COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine in January. It’s now being reported...