The City of Wayland will be hosting a public meet and greet reception for new police chief candidates on Monday, Jan. 14, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Jayda Gale Distillery, 152 S. Main St.
Chris Newland stirs up the brown, coffee-like water of a pond at the north end of a former industrial landfill near Otsego. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)
Except for a trace amount in one well, the latest round of residential well tests around Otsego showed neither dioxin nor PFAS contamination.
The idea of a “fight club” at Fennville High School is overblown, according to superintendent Jim Greydanus. He said the event at the heart of the investigation was an isolated incident, and another student’s response to it reflected well on the district’s efforts to encourage positive behaviors.
Allegan Healthcare Group Inc. announced Friday, Jan. 4, it intended to join Ascension Michigan, having signed a non-binding letter of intent.
A fire was reported around 11:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 4, at the Schaendorf’s Dairy Farm on 130th Avenue, Hopkins. A dryer in a utility room of a milk house cause fire catching some insulation in the metal building on fire. Hopkins fire department’s assistant chief Robert Kerber said the fire was knocked down in about 10 minutes.
Fennville Police Chief Greg Rekucki said this week that an investigation into students in Fennville Public Schools participating in what he described as a “fight club” was nearing completion.
Chris Newland stirs up the brown, coffee-like water of a pond at the north end of a former industrial landfill near Otsego. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)

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