The sixth annual Peter A. Kaylor Lung Cancer Memorial Walk will be in downtown Allegan on Saturday, Sept. 29.
Votes for Dorr Township’s recycling ballot proposal were recounted and confirmed on Thursday, Sept. 13.
The proposal had passed by a 15-vote margin, 863-848
Gun Lake Casino cut the ribbon Friday, Sept. 14, on its new 14-table poker room.
A Plainwell business has again been the victim of a late night theft of merchandise.
Gary’s Lawn and Garden was burglarized early Sunday, Sept. 15, owner Gary Langford said.
Fairgoers got their fix at the 166th—Allegan County Fair that is—where some got their fix with deep-fried fair food and death-defying rides.
FEMA has released $2,822,855 in Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) funds to Salem Township for the construction of another safe room in the Sandy Pines campground.
Otsego’s municipal water has been given a clean bill of health despite a trace amount of highly toxic dioxins.
A meeting to hear public comments about allowing chickens to be raised in the City of Wayland had just as many participants as there were council members on Tuesday, Sept.
GUN PLAIN TWP.—A Delton man, John Pluymers, was killed in a single vehicle crash early Thursday, Sept. 20, on 106th Avenue near 4th Street, northeast of Plainwell.
The Wayland City Council will be seeking public input on whether to permit or ban chickens from being raised in city limits at a public forum set for Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m.