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Grand Haven, Michigan is located in Ottawa County. Zip codes in Grand Haven, MI include 49417. The median home price in Grand Haven is $229,000 which is roughly $109/per square foot. More Grand Haven information.

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4 hrs ago | MLive.com

Muskegon top headlines: 14th Circuit Court election, salmon fishing event and more

The bench seat presides over family court cases. Hoogstra was appointed to the non-partisan position in March 2013 by Gov. Rick Snyder, after John C. Ruck's retirement.

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13 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune

Photo Gallery: Grand Haven, Spring Lake face off

State-ranked programs and bitter rivals Grand Haven and Spring Lake came together on the soccer pitch on Saturday. Log in to your account to post comments here and on other stories, galleries and polls.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

WXMI-TV Grand Rapids

Puppy Breath Rescue

They recently made it on FOX 17 news by donating a puppy to a sick child, now Grand Haven's Puppy Breath Rescue is working to find homes for other dogs.

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Grand Haven Tribune

Grand Haven Salmon Festival begins

Despite the gloomy weather, the atmosphere under the white tent in the Municipal Marina was filled with laughter and live music during the Sons of the American Legion Fish Boil. The dinner kicked off the three-day Grand Haven Salmon Festival.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Grand Haven Tribune

Community remembers, honors 9/11

An American flag waved in the wind on the extended ladder of a Grand Haven fire truck outside the American Legion Charles A. Conklin Post 28 on Thursday. More than 60 community members, local first-responders and veterans joined together for a somber ceremony to remember and honor those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks of Sept.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

WOODTV.com

A life preserver on the Grand Haven State Park breakwater.

Most incidents in the Great Lakes where someone has drowned or needed to be rescued happen near a structure like a breakwater or pier, the National Weather Service says. That's in part because piers and breakwaters, places where people often go to enjoy the lakes, have structural currents that can make the water dangerous.

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Grand Haven Tribune

Salmon Fest runs this weekend

The downtown Grand Haven waterfront will be bubbling with family-friendly activities this weekend as the Grand Haven Area Convention and Visitors Bureau hosts the 11th annual Salmon Festival. The festival was designed to mark the passing of summer, promote the area as a unique fall tourist destination, and celebrate the fall harvest season and salmon migration.

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Grand Haven Tribune

Grand Haven-area teen wins national singing competition

After he was recently named a top 14 finalist in the Jim Brickman In the Spotlight 2014 music competition, the Grand Haven Township teen asked community members to vote for him to win the opportunity to sing alongside Brickman. Once all of the votes were tallied, Zimmerman received an unexpected call from Brickman to inform him that he won.

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MLive.com

Fishing Report: Salmon begin running the rivers

This is the time of year that the wind and waves kick up and salmon head inland to start running rivers. In the channel from Lake Michigan, salmon have been seen jumping.

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MLive.com

Top 5 things to do in Muskegon area this weekend: Irish Festival, 9/11 exhibit and more

The Muskegon Museum of Art will host the first of several 9/11-themed events at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, the 13th anniversary of the tragedy.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Late blight attacks Michigan tomatoes, killing gardeners' salsa dreams, too

This is how the leaves of a tomato plant look when it's been infected with a fungus known as late blight that's sweeping Michigan gardens and farm fields. / Mary Hausbeck/Michigan State University A fungal infection known as late blight is wiping out tomato plants across the state.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

MLive.com

'Run, don't walk': Longtime Grand Haven band director remembered for being meticulous, loving

Greg Newell hasn't heard the phrase in years, but it falls off the tip of his tongue fresh as if he'd just heard it yesterday. It was a phrase often barked out by instructor Greg Maynard on the Otsego band practice field when Newell was a student.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

MLive.com

Weekly gas report: Autumn season could bring lower fuel prices, AAA analyst says

The AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report on Monday, Sept. 8, suggests that the average price for regular, unleaded fuel is $3.64 a gallon, a 3-cent increase since last week .

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MLive.com

Michigan's Best Neighborhood Bar: Just 24 hours left to vote for Muskegon-area establishments

More than 1,600 votes have been cast since the poll featuring 16 local bars was posted on Sept. 5. So far, the Mitten Bar in Ludington is leading the poll having received 19.45 percent of the vote.

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MLive.com

Grand Rapids Public Schools names new executive director of special education

Makenzie Greer, 6, center left, and Alex Horton, 7, center right, laugh as they ride on a giant swing with teacher Scott Angerbrandt, left, and babysitter Sally Zhang, right, during the grand opening of the new outdoor learning environment for special education students at the Lincoln Developmental Center at the Lincoln Campus on Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Grand Rapids Public Schools has named Laura LaMore as its new executive director of special education and early intervention services.

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MLive.com

Hope men's soccer goalie, Grand Haven native Ethan Beswick honored by MIAA

Hope College junior Ethan Beswick has been selected the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week for games played through Sept. 7. The goalie from Grand Haven, Michigan , allowed only one goal and made 17 saves in leading the Flying Dutchmen to a pair of nonconference road victories over the weekend.

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Norwalk Citizen News

Cities prepare for warm climate without saying so

In this July 22, 2014 photo, a couple strolls along the Grand River waterfront in Grand Haven, Mich., near its convergence with Lake Michigan. Local officials say they have taken steps to protect water quality in the river and are preparing to meet with consultants to discuss ways to make the area more resilient as the planet warms.

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WHTC

Another Crash Reported at Tri-Cities Intersection

For the second time in a week's span, there has been a crash involving a utility pole at the same vicinity in Ferrysburg. Around 1 AM this morning, a yet-unnamed man lost control of his westbound car on West Spring Lake Road near Virginia Avenue, knocked down a stop sign, and slammed into a pole.

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NewsOK.com

Cities prepare for warm climate without saying so

With climate change still a political minefield across the nation despite the strong scientific consensus that it's happening, some community leaders have hit upon a way of preparing for the potentially severe local consequences without triggering explosions of partisan warfare: Just change the subject. In this July 22, 2014 photo, a couple strolls along the Grand River waterfront in Grand Haven, Mich., near its convergence with Lake Michigan.

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WLNS-TV Lansing

Eaton Rapids Storm Clean-Up Continues

The city of Eaton Rapids is facing a major clean-up after Friday's storms caused massive damage across the town. City officials and homeowners alike spent a second day Sunday assessing the damage and trying to pick up the pieces.

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