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Deer Hunter Becomes the Hunted When Buck Charges Full Force: VIDEO

The most heart-pounding hunts tend to be the ones with bison, bear and other towering, big game animals. However, not to be underestimated are whitetail deer. More often than not, hunters tend to scope out a pair of antlers from the vantage point of a tree stand or from behind the fabric of a blind. But this hunter decided to forego the extra equipment and position himself in between the breaks of the brush.
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Midwest cities among 50 hardest hit by increased used car prices

(The Center Square) – Buying a used car in the Midwest got a little more affordable in May over the previous month. The good news is that year-over-year price increases in used vehicles in May dropped seven percentage points from the year-over-year April price increases, from April’s 23.9% to May’s 16.9%. The bad news is a used car and truck in May 2022 still cost 16.9% more than a comparable used vehicle cost in May 2021.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI

ATV crash leaves 2 children injured in Mecosta County

MECOSTA COUNTY, MI - Two 7-year-old children face none life-threatening injuries after crashing an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) into a pole Sunday morning. On Sunday, July 3, at 11:35 a.m., deputies were dispatched to an ATV incident driven by a Grand Rapids 7-year-old female and her 7-year-old brother, police said. The...
MECOSTA COUNTY, MI

Wernette was a winner at Morley Stanwood

Chris Wernette took over as coach of a Morley Stanwood girls basketball program in the early 1980s and was able to turn it around into a championship contender that played in the Class C state quarterfinals a few years later.
MORLEY, MI
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Senior care provider exec sees generous community giving amid economic disruptions

A Q&A with Curtis Gritters, vice president of development at Holland Home. Curtis Gritters moved from one health care setting to another in April when he became vice president of development at Grand Rapids senior living and care provider Holland Home. A registered nurse who also holds an executive MBA from Grand Valley State University, Gritters worked for 19 years at Spectrum Health, most recently as director of provider contracting and analytics at insurance affiliate Priority Health. Gritters recently discussed his new role, where he is responsible for fundraising to support services and capital projects at the nonprofit Holland Home and its Faith Hospice.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
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