Cobb Plant officials: We won't just 'walk away'; study of future uses underway
Using the principle "leave it better than we found it," officials with Consumers Energy said they are committed to helping find a new use for the B.C. Cobb property after the power plant closes in two years.
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Students celebrate Earth Day by planting sequoia clones
There's a grove of sequoias along the shores of Lake Michigan on the site of a former Morton Salt factory.
A shipwreck, record heat and eighteen days of rain
A shipwreck , record heat and eighteen days of rain top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Grand Haven Tribune
Photo Gallery: Lakers' baseball hosts Broncos
Spring Lake's varsity baseball squad hosted Coopersville on Monday. The Lakers led going into the seventh, but ended up losing the game, 14-12.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Mid-70's are a very real possibility very soon
Beyond that point, we cool down back to the 50's, a number we will be seeing a lot more of.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Young Guns chefs schedule 4th dinner in Southfield
Executive Chef James Rigato stands near fresh spring peas, house pickled ramp stems, and fiddlehead ferns at The Root Restaurant & Bar in White Lake, Mich.
Lake County News-Sun
Lindenhurst to hold hearing on plan to fund water upgrades
A public hearing on an application for a low-interest IEPA loan to fund local water infrastructure improvements is planned for Lindenhurst's Village Board meeting at 7 p.m. April 28. If approved, the $16.4 million loan would pay for village water system upgrades, a first step in bringing Lake Michigan water to serve the municipality.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Fishing Report: Storm-caused muddy water, tough wind make sport fishing a challenge in Muskegon
Weekend storms have flooded and muddied rivers, high winds have made for unpleasant conditions -- and ice is still floating on parts of Lake Michigan.
Restaurants and markets running low on a popular Great Lakes fish
He says for the first time in a long time, they had trouble filling their whitefish orders for Passover.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Ludington tops Michilimackinac to win Park Madness
When it comes to Michigan flavor, Ludington State Park has a little of everything on 5,300 acres.
Clip's Party Store Announces the Arrival of Top of the Line Variable Volt E-Cigarettes and E-Liquid
CLIP'S PARTY STORE would like to inform everyone that they launched the top of the line variable Volt e-cigarettes and e-liquid recently in order to give fun and excitement for all men and women who often spend their leisure time in smoking, drinking and partying.
Midday Muskegon headlines: Muskegon River flooding, body on beach, share prom photos
Kathy Benson looked cold Wednesday, while driving an all-terrain vehicle down a mucky, flooded area of Bayne Road in Cedar Creek Township near a rising Muskegon River.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Spring Break 2014: Welcome home, Muskegon; here are photos from some of the places you visited
Muskegon-area residents, for the most part, have made their way back to West Michigan from Spring Break 2014, back to school and work.
Jackson College moving ahead with plans to open third dorm in fall 2015
Jackson College will add a third dorm to its central campus through an agreement with Student Suites of Independence, Mo.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Lake Michigan and Lake Huron water levels are rising, but how big a jump is expected?
Here is a chart of Lake Michigan-Huron lake levels since April 2012. The forecast for this summer is in green.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Plymouth VFW Ladies Auxiliary Hosts Another Successful Craft Show
The Plymouth VFW Post 6695 Ladies Auxiliary hosted a really nice craft show this weekend, and I decided to experience my very first craft show.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Hold on: Winds could gust to 50 mph across West Michigan, touch off huge waves on the Big Lake
Hold onto your hats and don't let go of that umbrella; winds are poised to pick up Friday across West Michigan.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Fishing Report: Caught lake herring shows that rare fish aren't all gone in Muskegon
A 13-inch cisco fish was caught by Ryan Campbell, said Bill Funk, owner-operator of Shoreline Service Bait and Tackle on Muskegon Lake.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
To analyze the impact of Michigan's K-12 funding, you have to ask the right questions
Recently, Republicans and Democrats have been debating whether K-12 funding increased or decreased between 2010 and 2013 in the state.