I happened to read an article by the online investigative news magazine The Bridge the other day.
With Easter approaching, we came up with a way to share with our readers something inspired partly by how my dad (or mom, neither would confirm or deny) thought the toilet boat was funny.
UPDATED: (Editor’s note: Normally, you have to pick up a paper copy of our paper to read my column. I’m going for a bit of a signal boost this week, however.
I’m writing to again implore our community to write in to let us know who needs help this Christmas.
We at the Allegan County News and Union Enterprise are beginning to prepare for this year’s Christmas Wish program.
Sleepless in Saugatuck? Dazed in Douglas? You’ve not seen the start of it.
Unlike Congress, I’m pro progress. I support dropping news from newspapers — low-paid reporters are too expensive — and using more “lifestyle” stories gleaned free online.
In his column this week, writer Dan Pepper shares his love of the food from this year's Allegan County Fair and also promotes Otsego's upcoming festival.
In my column this week, I reflect on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, now 15 years removed.
This week, "Bookworm Sez" reviewer Terri Schlichenmeyer writes about “Elizabeth and Michael” by Donald Bogle, about the "weird" friendship between Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Jackson.