What Matters Most to Nations and Peoples?

What Matters Most to Nations and Peoples?

Speaking in Conroe, Texas, last weekend, former President Donald Trump accused his successor of allowing millions of migrants to enter the country illegally across our Southern border. “The most important border … for us is not Ukraine’s border but America’s border,” thundered Trump. “Before Joe Biden sends any troops to defend a border in Europe, […]

Local Educator helps develop reading skills and moral lessons in new children’s book

Local Educator helps develop reading skills and moral lessons in new children’s book

By Mike Thompson “Uncle Buddy” is a children’s book, newly released by local educator Georgia Ann Moss, with the bottom-line goal of improving the youngster’s classroom performance. If it’s a good story that the child enjoys, then all for the better. The storyline features little Georgia joining her siblings, Marie and Albert, in their annual […]

OPINION: Profiting from Racial Pain

OPINION: Profiting from Racial Pain

by David Almasi “It is time America recognizes what’s going on” regarding Benjamin Crump. Crump is the attorney behind many of the recent “black lives matter” lawsuits that have garnered international headlines and helped fuel the unrest that’s taken innocent lives and cost billions of dollars in damages. Far from being the “country lawyer” that he claims to […]

80’s Hip-Hop Inspired Exhibition Opens at the Muskegon Museum of Art

80’s Hip-Hop Inspired Exhibition Opens at the Muskegon Museum of Art

MUSKEGON– Multimedia artist and metalsmith, Tiff Massey, brings Jewelry Box, a 1980’s hip-hop fashion-inspired exhibition to the Muskegon Museum of Art from November 11, 2021, through February 20, 2022. Jewelry Box is an immersive experience where large-scale jewelry pieces, gold, and mirrors will transform the MMA’s Olthoff Gallery into a flashy display of dynamic exploration, self-identity, and fashion. […]

Career Tech Center student named Top Dog in Ferris State competition

Career Tech Center student named Top Dog in Ferris State competition

MUSKEGON- Noah Boggess (Montague) a Machining/Engineering Technologies student at the Career Tech  Center in Muskegon, was awarded Top Dog (in reference to FSU’s bulldog mascot) status for his performance in the Ferris State University (FSU) Machining Competition. The contest, featuring 47 students from ten career tech centers across the state, tested student’s machining skills on […]

Frauenthal Center Announces Public Phase of The Next 90 Years

Frauenthal Center Announces Public Phase of The Next 90 Years

 In an effort to preserve the historic Frauenthal Theater, the Frauenthal Center, along with the Community Foundation for Muskegon County, has launched the public phase of their Preservation Campaign to raise funds to support the necessary renovations. Earlier today, an event was held in front of the Frauenthal Center’s marquee to announce the work that has been completed and the […]

Hackley Community Care Expands to NOWCare Medical Services

Hackley Community Care Expands to NOWCare Medical Services

Muskegon, Mich. (April 16, 2021) –Mercy Health Muskegon Hackley Campus Urgent Care operations will officially transition to Hackley Community Care (HCC) on May 10, 2021. Hackley Community Care plans to bring enhanced patient services to the 30,000 sq. ft. space, formerly Mercy Health Hackley Campus Emergency Department. This expands Hackley Community Care’s services to the […]

New Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has advice for Texas – and for the oil industry

New Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has advice for Texas – and for the oil industry

By Will Englund Jennifer Granholm, who was confirmed as secretary of energy by the Senate on Thursday, takes over a department with a $35 billion budget for an administration that has enthusiastically promoted the further development of clean energy. Even as the Senate vote was tallied, state legislators in Texas were holding hearings on the […]

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