Pete Stobie—also known as Al Niño—brought his wacky weather wisdom from the Kalamazoo Nature Center to first grade classes at Otsego’s Alamo Elementary School Tuesday, Jan. 13.
Plainwell and Otsego both held their Christmas festivities Friday, Dec. 5, and Saturday, Dec. 6.
The communities celebrated with tree lightings, parades, visits with Santa and more.
Otsego and Plainwell residents filled the seats at Otsego High School’s performing arts center Sunday, Nov. 23, for the community Thanksgiving service.
Schools, businesses and communities throughout Allegan County celebrated Veterans Day by honoring past, present and future military personnel on Tuesday, Nov. 11, and the surrounding days.
HOPKINS—After serving eight months providing U.S.
The 30th annual Goose Festival took over downtown Fennville Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11-12.
Otsego Main Street’s Fall Fest filled up the afternoon Sunday, Oct. 5, with many events along the riverfront.
This year, Allegan Public Schools rolled out a one-to-one technology program—that’s approximately one device per student—using funds from grants and the 2012 bond.
With tractors, pageant winners, marching bands, floats and emergency vehciles galore, the Allegan County Fair parade stepped through the streets of Allegan Thursday, Sept. 11.
The Wayland Kiwanis hosted the annual Kiwanis Kids Day Saturday, Sept. 6, at Wayland City Park.