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Reeths-Puffer varsity football coach steps down after three seasons

MUSKEGON – The Reeths-Puffer football program will be hitting the reset button this offseason as head coach Matt Bird informed the school’s athletic department that he will be stepping down after three seasons. Reeths-Puffer athletic director Cliff Sandee sent the following statement via email to students and parents. “Head football...
MUSKEGON, MI
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Mercy Health Muskegon at full capacity as workers stretched thin

With a fourth surge of COVID-19 patients pushing Mercy Health Muskegon past its capacity limits, the hospital’s Chief Medical Officer says he is fed up with those who refuse to get the shot. “I’ll be bluntly honest with you, I am tired of hearing people say ‘I don’t trust the...
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Proposed motel for large families moves forward at planning commission

Planning commissioners approved a special land use permit for Water’s Edge Suites, a proposed motel targeted at large families, at their meeting Wednesday. The motel is planned for 809 W. Ludington Avenue. That building most recently housed North Pier Inn, a four-unit condo rental. The building’s current owners, Shawn and...
LUDINGTON, MI
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Meijer and Biggby Coffee helped Taking Back Muskegon bring some holiday joy to Muskegon Heights

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Maranda visited Muskegon Heights where her friends from Meijer and Biggby Coffee came together to bring some holiday glitter and fun to the community. Taking Back Muskgeon, a non-profit organization, has made it their mission to bring some bright holiday fun to downtown Muskegon Heights and Maranda and her partners decided to help.
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'It's a slow-burning situation that just won't go away' | Hospital systems taxed with COVID patients request federal help

MUSKEGON, Mich. — This week, federal assistance arrived to two Michigan health systems to help with surging COVID-19 hospitalizations. Spectrum Health welcomed a team of six people Tuesday Morning, and expects 22 doctors, registered nurses, and respiratory therapists Thursday. Beaumont Health in Metro Detroit also received help. Many other facilities...
MUSKEGON, MI
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Holiday performance series starts in Ludington

LUDINGTON — This holiday season the Ludington Area Center for the Arts plans to be giving back to the community by releasing a pair of holiday performances each Saturday through Dec. 18. LACA Comes to Your Home for the Holidays is hosted by Andrew Skinner, the center's executive director. Skinner...
LUDINGTON, MI
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Singing Christmas tree returns to Muskegon's Frauenthal Center

MUSKEGON, Mich. — The nation's tallest singing Christmas tree made a grand return to Muskegon's historic Frauenthal Center Wednesday night. The Mona Shores Choir Association has put on the local holiday tradition for the past 36 years, performing class holiday favorites such as "Silent Night" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing."
MUSKEGON, MI
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Mary Lou Hendon

Mary Lou Hendon, 88, of Ludington, Michigan, was reunited in heaven with the love of her life, Jack Gary Hendon, on November 23, 2021. Mary passed away surrounded by her children at Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids. Mary was born on November 26, 1932, in Muskegon, Michigan, to...
LUDINGTON, MI
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Gladys A. Meston

Gladys Audrey Meston, 98, of Grand Haven (formerly of Atlanta, Michigan) passed away on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, at Mercy Hospital, Muskegon, Michigan. She was born on April 4, 1923, in Atlanta, Michigan, to the late James Hoy and Nettie Mae (Ferguson) McMurphy. Gladys met and later married her husband,...
GRAND HAVEN, MI
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Sheriff: Driver injured after rear-ending semitruck near Grand Haven

GRAND HAVEN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — A man was hospitalized after he rear-ended a semitruck near Grand Haven, officials say. It happened around 9:25 p.m. at the intersection of US-31 at Comstock Street in Grand Haven Township. A semitruck driven by a 42-year-old from Muskegon was going northbound on US-31...
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