“We’re In For A Difficult Fall” – Calhoun Cnty Health Officer
The culprit of course is the COVID-19 virus. Or looking at it another way, Calhoun County Health Officer Eric Pessel is indirectly blaming people who are not yet vaccinated against the virus.
Last Remaining Hillsdale County Public Pool To Be Destroyed
The Litchfield Community Pool hasn’t even opened up for swimming enthusiasts since it shut down the season at the end of 2018. Time has caught up with the aging facility and the costs to renovate the pool and supporting equipment to bring it up to code is just too much for the town to be able to cover.
Several Issues To Be Decided By Calhoun County Voters
Emmett Township may have the most consequential in the county. A millage renewal is before voters to decide on covering the payroll and operating costs for township police.
Second Shooter Still Sought in BC Violent Assault
29-year-old Lansing Hodges is being held without bond at the Calhoun County Jail. He’s accused of the murder of 27-year-old Andre Watson outside the Arbors apartment building along Beckley in Battle Creek last week. A second shooter involved in the case remains unidentified. Battle Creek Police are still working to identify and locate the shooter.
UPDATE: Radioactive Shipment Heading For Eaton Rapids Recovered
There's no indication at all of nefarious activity. But when the federal Nuclear Regulatory Agency issues a “Current Event Notification Report", some of us sit up in our chairs. It’s a vague way of saying radioactive stuff is missing.
Campaign Finance Complaint Filed Against Rep. Matt Hall
A liberal political activist group is going after Marshall Republican State Representative Matt Hall. It’s also targeting Holland area Republican Jim Lilly.
Gerber Switches To New Farming Techniques In West Michigan
The company is now announcing its move to carbon neutrality. And it’s using some pioneering farming methods here in West Michigan to make it all happen.
Report Claims Whitmer Kidnap Plot May Have Been A Setup
An international audience of readers is looking over extensive reporting from the media outlet Buzzfeed that spells out what the publication says is clear evidence all is not as it seemed last fall.
Another Few Hundred Million In Spending Approved By The Governor
The latest piece of legislation setting up spending hundreds of millions to help the state recover from the COVID-19 outbreak is clearing the Desk of Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
Fight Over Wolf Management Heats Up In Michigan
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is going in with her counterpart from Oregon filing a court brief against the US Fish and Wildlife Service. They’re upset at the government's delisting of wolves as endangered species.