Monday Aug 11
Suspended Montague fire chief pleads no contest to felonious assault, goes directly to jail
Suspended Montague Fire Chief Dennis Roesler was led off to jail late Monday, Aug. 11, after pleading no contest to assault with a dangerous weapon - also known as felonious assault -- and possessing a firearm while drunk.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Lawmakers, Muskegon-area residents, Hackley Community Care Center to unite for conversation on health
The Muskegon community will discuss its wellness triumphs and outline the barriers to combating its health challenges during a conversation with West Michigan lawmakers this month.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Kenneth Mahoney survives Democratic Primary for chance to retain District 9 County Commissioner seat
As several names of the winners for this year's primaries began to scroll on the back wall in the Royal Room of Whitlow's Forerunner, Kenneth Mahoney stood watching.
'Way to Wellville' leaders praise Muskegon community for...
Visitors representing a national health challenge encountered multicolored hula hoops, yoga demonstrations and a bustling downtown farmers market during a special visit to the Muskegon community on Tuesday afternoon.
Top 5 things to do in Muskegon area this week: Festivals about...
Nearly 30 events will take place at a variety of venues throughout the White Lake area Aug. 1-10 as part of the White Lake Chamber Music Festival.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
White Lake Chamber Music Festival to showcase close to 30 events starting Aug. 1
The music director for the Arts Council of White Lake has been preparing for the 10-day music festival that will take over Whitehall and Montague from Aug. 1-10.
Republican Primary: For Michigan's 91st District House of Representatives, three's a party
Michigan's 91st District House of Representatives is Democratic, but there's no shortage of Republicans looking to take back that seat for the Grand Old Party.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
See who filed to run for open school board, college and council seats ...
Several school board and council races will come down to write-in contests in November after not enough candidates filed for open spots on the ballot.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Top 5 things to do in Muskegon area this week: Coast Guard Festival and more
The Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival is in the midst of its 90th year, running until Sunday, Aug. 3 with a carnival, a craft fair, parades, musical entertainment and various tributes to current and former Coast Guard personnel distributed throughout the 10-day festival.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Montague, Whitehall residents relish the sight of antique cars in Cruz'In parade
Fuzzy dice was a recurring theme, as they hung from the rear-view mirrors of a few dozen antique cars in Whitehall and Montague on Friday, July 25. As part of the 21st annual Cruz'In - which would start at Whitehall and end in Montague - more than 300 classic cars and trucks congregated at Funnel Field.
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Harriet L. Tanner
She was born July 29, 1922 to William and Elizabeth L. Snay in Michigan. Harriet married the love of her life, George Alfred Tanner, on March 23, 1940, in Ann Arbor, MI.