This building kitty corner from the Allegan Post Office is the site Allegan wants to renovate for its new city hall. (File photo)
The City of Allegan moved forward with plans for a new city hall during the Monday, Aug. 13, council meeting by approving a contract with Progressive AE of Grand Rapids for design services in the amount of $95,000 and an estimated $198,000 to serve as the builder for the project.
A South Haven man has explained his part in the events that led to a shooting in Casco Township in April.
Primary winners (top, from left): Aric Nesbitt, Myrene Koch, Mark Ludwig, (bottom) Dean Kapenga, Max Thiele, Rick Cain. (File photos)
Voter turnout for the Aug. 7 primary was larger than expected as several polling locations ran out of ballots. Countywide, turnout was 28.52 percent, with 25,504 citizens casting ballots out of the 89,422 registered voters.
Below are the official results (except for Plainwell library’s proposal; see below) of contested races and ballot proposals for the Aug. 7 primary election. The Allegan County Board of Canvassers certified election results Monday afternoon. Italics denotes incumbents.
Even if you don’t win the $500 grand prize, you could win some of these gift certificates to businesses here in Allegan.
In this week's paper, we acknowledged that, with so few numbers left to draw, there was bound to be a winner soon in our Allegan County News Bingo Blast contest. We were right. Allegan Township Clerk Linda Evans turned in the winning card Wednesday afternoon, winning the grand prize of $500.
These reverse osmosis filters are at the heart of the City of Allegan's water facility. The township has considered extending the water mains further outside the city limits to pair with an EPA project to get potable water to homes with contaminated wells. (File photo)
Allegan Township Clerk Linda Evans said Monday the cost of including a water line extension to the M-89 Village East Mobile Home Park southeast of the former Allegan Metal Finishing Company has hit a snag.
This building kitty corner from the Allegan Post Office is the site Allegan wants to renovate for its new city hall. (File photo)
Primary winners (top, from left): Aric Nesbitt, Myrene Koch, Mark Ludwig, (bottom) Dean Kapenga, Max Thiele, Rick Cain. (File photos)
Even if you don’t win the $500 grand prize, you could win some of these gift certificates to businesses here in Allegan.
These reverse osmosis filters are at the heart of the City of Allegan's water facility. The township has considered extending the water mains further outside the city limits to pair with an EPA project to get potable water to homes with contaminated wells. (File photo)

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Members of the Mudville Nine 13U team show off the first-place medals they earned by winning the inaugural Summer Slam tournament. Team members are (back from left) Colin Wesseldyk, Aiden Tolliver, Vance Muenzer, Callum Wesseldyk, Evan Leece, (front), Culver Neldon, Zach Vist, Caleb Wesseldyk, Casey DeYoung and Drake Buell. (Photo provided)

The Fourth of July had already come and gone, but that didn’t stop the Mudville Nine 13U baseball team from providing a few additional offensive fireworks at the inaugural Summer Slam tournament at

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