Five sentences by judges Terrence R. Thomas, Anthony A. Monton in Oceana County Circuit Court
Dominic Vincent Rossi, 22, of Atlanta, Ga., six months Oceana County Jail for meth possession, to be served at court's discretion, 21 days forthwith, $400 fines/fees/costs. David Fuentes Jr., 22, of Walkerville, 11 months jail for controlled substance possession less than 25 grams, to be served at court's discretion, six months forthwith, $198 ... (more)
Thu May 23, 2013
Oceana Honor Roll to be dedicated in June
Nearly 180 names of area service members who lost their lives during their time of service will adorn the new Oceana Honor Roll located at Veterans Park along Hart Lake, just north of town.
Wed May 22, 2013
Women Who Care of Oceana County to meet June 4
Another area community service organization will get an unexpected financial boost June 4 when the Women Who Care of Oceana County host their spring meeting from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Gull Landing in Pentwater.
Wed May 15, 2013
GVSU energy center to use state grant to study solar energy installations in the Muskegon area
Grand Valley State University's alternative energy center will circle back to some 75 low-income residents in Muskegon and Oceana counties to see how solar energy has worked for them.
Wed May 08, 2013
Midday Muskegon headlines: Jessica Heeringa's blood, fatal worker fall, Nugent Sand housing
Authorities have determined blood found outside the Exxon gas station in Norton Shores where Jessica Heeringa was allegedly abducted is that of the missing woman.
Muskegon victim identified in fatal fall through skylight at Rothbury Steel
Dilts worked for a subcontractor, Shoreline Metal Fabricators Inc. of Muskegon, which had workers on the roof of the foundry at 2625 W. Winston Road in Rothbury, Oceana County Sheriff's Lt.
Man dies after falling through sky-light in Oceana County
A man died after falling 30 feet through a sky-light while working on a roof at Rothbury Steel in Oceana County.
Hart City Council successor elected to finish term of Timothy Shannon, charged with wife's murder
Former Hart City Council member Timothy Nathaniel Shannon is pictured in Oceana County's 78th District Court in Hart before Judge H. Kevin Drake prior to the start of his preliminary exam on January 22, 2013.
Memorial tractor ride to make way through Hesperia
The sixth West Michigan Memorial Tractor Ride will take place Sunday, May 19. The annual ride started in 2008 in memory of friends and loved ones affected with cancer from area antique tractor clubs.
Sun May 05, 2013
Prom 2013: Montague High School rocks downtown Shelby with a 'French' twist
The Wildcats took over The Loading Dock and had "a starry night in Paris" themed dance on the first summer-like Saturday night of the year.
Wed May 01, 2013
North Central Co-op started offering this scholarship program in 2001 to award deserving high school seniors who have been involved in at least five years of 4-H and/or two years of FFA and have parents that are current stockholders, patrons, or employees of the cooperative.
Alleged garden shear stabbing results in two felony charges against Montague man
A 32-year-old Montague-area man has been charged with two felony assault charges for reportedly stabbing another man with gardening shears on Sunday.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Spring storms will usher in summer warmth
After a chilly and somewhat even snowy April, we have suddenly found ourselves thrown right into early summer warmth in parts of Northern Michigan.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Police: Stabbing suspect from Montague also assaulted own teenage son, sheriff's deputy
A Montague man who allegedly stabbed and seriously wounded another man and then assaulted his own son later tried to disarm a sheriff's deputy at a local hospital, police say.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Tornadoes, wind and heavy rain
Tornadoes, wind and heavy rain top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Ludington Daily News
Fewer local people in the job market compared to a year ago
There were an estimated 11 fewer local residents working in March than were working a year earlier and an estimated 541 fewer residents who were jobless.