Tuesday, new concrete was poured for the hall between the new gym and auditorium. (Photo provided)
Despite weather-related delays in September and October, work is on track for Martin Public Schools’ construction project. Two new massive buildings now stand to the south of the high school’s main entrance; they will become a gymnasium and fine arts auditorium, all part of a $17.65 million bond project approved by voters last year.
The City of Allegan has added a public open house to the 2018-2019 city budget schedule. The fiscal year begins on the first day of July and ends on the last day of June.
Hungry For Christ executive director Tracy Brower stands with Meijer drivers Will Faul (left) and Doug Zoller after they dropped off the 2012 Freightliner semi tractor behind them. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)
Thanks to Meijer Corp., Hungry For Christ Food Ministries now has not one but two semi tractor trucks it can use to pick up all of the food donations. Meijer delivered a 2012 Freightliner semi tractor to the Hamilton nonprofit Thursday, Nov. 30, with fresh decals marking it as Hungry For Christ’s second truck.
State police found a stolen mobile home Sunday, Dec. 3, in Silver Creek County Park. According to the Michigan State Police, troopers were investigating the theft of the home, which was last seen being towed away from Tyler Road in Wayland Township.
Allegan City Council members again debated the $1,081,300 conceptual plan to renovate city hall during their pre-session meeting on Monday, Nov. 25. Again, the discussion ended in an impasse with council members Nancy Ingalsbee and Charles Tripp against investing money in the current location.
George and Janice Flokstra of Hamilton adopt their grandchildren Audrey and David Mulcahey during the Michigan Adoption Day ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 22, presided over by Judge Michael Buck. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)
Several families made adoptions final last week as Allegan County joined more than 30 other Michigan counties participating in Michigan Adoption Day on Wednesday, Nov. 22.
Tuesday, new concrete was poured for the hall between the new gym and auditorium. (Photo provided)
Hungry For Christ executive director Tracy Brower stands with Meijer drivers Will Faul (left) and Doug Zoller after they dropped off the 2012 Freightliner semi tractor behind them. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)
George and Janice Flokstra of Hamilton adopt their grandchildren Audrey and David Mulcahey during the Michigan Adoption Day ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 22, presided over by Judge Michael Buck. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)

Sports

Saugatuck senior Keegan Carper dives forward to pick up some extra yardage during the second half of the Indians’ loss to Pewamo-Westphalia. (Photo by Jason Wesseldyk), Bradley Dunn looks for some running room in Saugatuck's game with Pewamo-Westphalia. (Photo by Jason Wesseldyk)

The similari- ties between this year’s Saugatuck football team and the 2010 Indians’ squad are uncanny.

Obituaries

Betty Ann Weeks, 71, of Fen

William Charles “Chuck” Rew

Carol Anne Weaver, 61, of P

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Marcia Goodrich, 83, of Hop

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