MCC Seeks Input at Community Summit on Nov. 5

MCC Seeks Input at Community Summit on Nov. 5

Muskegon – Join MCC President Dale K. Nesbary and other members of the leadership team on Thursday, Nov. 5, to provide input on 2020-21 student success initiatives and other institutional goals. The Community Summit will be held virtually from 4-5:15 p.m. To participate via Zoom,  visit https://muskegoncc-edu.zoom.us/j/91908593396?pwd=SEJubTJHM2F2YTVLaHBqMmJIZHAvUT0 Meeting ID: 919 0859 3396 Passcode: 693162 Click here to […]

Dr. Byron Varnado Joins Hackley Community Care’s Medical Practice

Dr. Byron Varnado Joins Hackley Community Care’s Medical Practice

MUSKEGON Mich. — Hackley Community Care is pleased to welcome Dr. Byron Varnado, MD to our family practice. A native of Muskegon, he is a graduate of Western Michigan Christian High School. He then attended the University of Michigan where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry degree, and then attended the University of […]

Joe Biden to visit Michigan on Saturday

Joe Biden to visit Michigan on Saturday

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Michigan on Saturday, for a final push before the Nov. 3 election. His wife, Jill, also plans to visit the state on Thursday. The details of each visit have yet to be announced. The visits follow a blitz from President Donald Trump and his surrogates. Trump is […]

Michigan gun groups sue Benson to open carry at election polling sites

Michigan gun groups sue Benson to open carry at election polling sites

By Jonathan Oosting LANSING — Three gun rights groups sued Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson on Thursday, demanding the right to openly carry firearms at or near polling places on Election Day. Benson moved to ban the practice last week, declaring that the presence of firearms at voter precincts “may cause disruption, fear or intimidation […]

West Michigan schools to community: Mask up for COVID or we close down

West Michigan schools to community: Mask up for COVID or we close down

By Ron French West Michigan – School superintendents in West Michigan have a blunt message for their communities: Wear masks and social-distance, or schools buildings may have to close. Alarmed by spiking COVID-19 cases, superintendents at 46 school districts in Kent, Ottawa and Muskegon counties signed a joint letter to their communities this week pleading with residents […]

FDA approves first drug to treat coronavirus

FDA approves first drug to treat coronavirus

By Robert Langreth The Food and Drug Administration approved Gilead Sciences Inc.’s antiviral therapy remdesivir on Thursday, making it the first drug to obtain formal clearance for treating the coronavirus. Regulators had granted an emergency-use authorization for remdesivir earlier this year, and since then the drug has become a widely used therapy in hospitalized covid-19 […]

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