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  1. 60 years later, Marine gets medal he earned during Korean War thanks to fellow veteranRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | MLive.com

    Sixty years after his service on a Marine training base in Hawaii during the Korean War, Muskegon and East Grand Rapids resident John Johnson has received his decoration. On Sunday, Oct. 19, a few dozen fellow veterans got together at the Walter Durkee American Legion Post 311 to watch Kent County Circuit Court Judge James Robert Redford, a retired Navy captain, pin a Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal on the one-time sergeant.

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  2. Top 4 things to do in Muskegon area this week: Firefighter 9/11 panel, WWI lecture and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | MLive.com

    A group of nine Muskegon firefighters who traveled to the 9/11 Ground Zero site will speak at the Muskegon Museum of Art at 7 p.m. Oct. 23. The firefighters will share images and talk about their experiences during this panel discussion. A question and answer period with the audience will follow.

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  3. Question of the Day: Are curfews in Muskegon County beneficial to the community or unnecessary?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | MLive.com

    Some feel it's an overbearing effort on the part of local government to order minors off the street at a certain time. But authorities say it's a step in the right direction to keep minors from harming themselves or to be harmed by others.

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  4. Election 2014: Q & A on Hackley Public Library's millage requestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | MLive.com

    Muskegon voters on Nov. 4 will decide whether to fund further improvements to Hackley Public Library facilities with a 0.55-mill property tax increase. The stately library in downtown Muskegon recently received about $1.2 million in improvements that were funded through a private fund-raising campaign.

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  5. Weather just right: Mild temperature, sun this week in MuskegonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | MLive.com

    The temperature will hover right around 55 degrees with cloudy skies and some north winds in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Mostly cloudy skies are expected on Tuesday with a 10 percent chance of rain and a high near 51 degrees.

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  6. Muskegon top headlines: 'Moorland' film, City of the Dead and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | MLive.com

    A crash between a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer semi near Eagle Precision Products resulted in the death of a man on Friday, Oct. 17. According to Deputy Kendall Jeppesen of the Muskegon County Sheriff's Office, the crash occurred just before 9 p.m. when the semi turned in front of the pickup truck, which was traveling westbound on Evanston Avenue near Wolf Lake Road. "Moorland" is a film that uses discovered footage to tell the fictional story of six young filmmakers who disappeared while investigating the 1940 murder of the Jenkins family, a popular horror story often told in the rural Muskegon County community of Moorland Township.

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  7. 'A one-stop shop': Lakeshore Bridal Expo 2014 cultivates...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | MLive.com

    Just when you thought wedding season was nearing a close, Muskegon-area vendors already are planning ahead for what to expect next year. Approximately 35 vendors from Muskegon County put their businesses on display Sunday, Oct. 19 as part of Lakeshore Bridal Expo 2014 .

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  8. Knowsmoke Zombie Walk to encourage youth to be part of 'Smoke-Free Generation'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | MLive.com

    With Halloween just a little more than two weeks away, the L.C. Walker Arena and Event Center in downtown Muskegon is preparing for the season of ghouls, ghosts and, in their case, zombies. The arena serves as the starting point for the 2014 Zombie Walk hosted by The Knowsmoke Muskegon County Tobacco Reduction Coalition starting at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. The walk is a vehicle to display the hazards of tobacco use and inspire youth participants to be part of the "Smoke-Free Generation."

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  9. Prime fall weather ahead: Sunny, dry day expected after cold startRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | MLive.com

    Following several soggy days in the Muskegon area, the weather is expected to be relatively sunny and dry on Sunday, Oct. 19. The National Weather Service forecast is calling for temperatures to reach 54 degrees and stay "partly to mostly cloudy" early in the day before clearing up in the afternoon and into the evening hours. That comes after most people woke up to temperatures in the low 30s.

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  10. 5 tips from Lakeshore Bridal Expo 2014: Dress for personality, don't forget the foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 5 | MLive.com

    Hundreds of people made the trip to the Muskegon Country Club Sunday to take part in Lakeshore Bridal Expo 2014 . The event, now in its fifth year of operations, provides prospective brides and grooms with direct connections to approximately 35 vendors including photographers, bakeries, food caterers, jewelry stores, honeymoon planners and music specialists, among others.

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  11. Tracking Muskegon-area college football playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | MLive.com

    Muskegon's Damon Knox, a junior defensive lineman, had one tackle in Michigan State's 56-17 rout against Indiana. The Spartans are 6-1 overall and 3-0 in the Big Ten heading into next week's rivalry game against Michigan.

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  12. Technology gets younger: Orchard View Middle School introduces new robotics class to eighth-gradersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | MLive.com

    A select few eighth-grade students were given the opportunity to be guinea pigs for a class at Orchard View Middle School that began in the 2014 fall semester. The class, which is being called Robotics, was brought to Orchard View to combine the regular subjects of science and mathematics, as well as the aspects of technology and engineering .

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  13. David Keefer nets game-winner as Lumberjacks bend SteelRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    In their lone contest of the weekend, the Muskegon Lumberjacks returned home to begin a brief four-game homestand tonight against the rival Chicago Steel that featured a seesaw affair and wild second period in which five of the seven goals were tallied during the middle stanza. In the end it took an early third period strike from David Keefer and a lockdown effort defensively to provide the difference in a hard-earned 4-3 victory tonight to improve to 2-0-0 at home on the early 2014-15 campaign.

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  14. Early Muskegon brewer, other historical figures highlighted at City of the Dead eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    Re-enactors from the Harbor Unitarian Universalist Congregation held their fifth annual City of the Dead event at Evergreen Cemetery, and in doing so brought some famous citizens from Muskegon's history to life. The event involved guides who took visitors on a walking tour to the grave sites of some of Muskegon's prominent citizens buried at the cemetery.

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  15. Muskegon top headlines: Fatal crash, parrot rescue and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    Man dead after crash in Muskegon County's Egelston Township: A crash between a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer semi near Eagle Precision Products resulted in the death of a man on Friday, Oct. 17. Lying about Muskegon charity lodge shootings sends man to prison for up to 20 years: Demari Lepaul Thomas-Mathews has been sentenced to prison for up to 20 years for lying under oath during a special investigation of Muskegon's Charity Lodge #1397 homicides. Stranded parrot leads owner to its location with 'kisses'; rescued by city of Muskegon officials: Jayden, a blue-fronted Amazon parrot, took a short flight from his owner's home late Thursday, Oct. 16, but needed a little help from city of Muskegon officials the following day to get back.

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  16. 'Moorland,' film based on Muskegon-area urban legend, to premiere at Cinema CarouselRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    "Moorland" is a film that uses discovered footage to tell the fictional story of six young filmmakers who disappeared while investigating the 1940 murder of the Jenkins family, a popular horror story often told in the rural Muskegon County community of Moorland Township. The film will premiere at the Cinema Carousel, 4289 Grand Haven Road, at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 20. "This film fits firmly into the found-footage genre," said director Jordan Kantola, a Ravenna native and graduate of Central Michigan University.

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  17. Editorial: 2nd Congressional District nod goes to incumbent Bill Huizenga based on experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    Congress has had an approval rating that dipped into the single digits, but the vast majority of voters around the country continue to re-elect their own member of Congress. The MLive Muskegon Chronicle's Editorial Board shares the frustration and disappointment with our politics in Washington, but we also recommend the re-election of our incumbent representative in Michigan's 2nd Congressional District.

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  18. Cloudy skies expected in Muskegon area on Saturday, but rain should hold offRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    It won't be 70 and sunny, but rain doesn't appear to be a factor in the Muskegon area for much of Saturday, Oct. 18. Rain has doused the area for much of the week and that trend will continue this morning until about noon, according to the National Weather Service. There is a 55 percent chance of rain at 11 a.m. and 30 percent chance of rain at noon, but precipitation is not expected for the rest of the day.

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  19. One similarity and many differences in finance reports for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | MLive.com

    Two candidates for the 2nd Congressional district have one thing in common when it comes to their financial reports: Neither likes advertising. Incumbent Bill Huizenga, a Republican from Zeeland, faces challenger Dean Vanderstelt, a Democrat from Spring Lake Township, in the Nov. 4 election.

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  20. 13 sentenced by Muskegon County Chief Circuit Judge William C. MariettiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | MLive.com

    Sandrick Thadius Buckley, 25, of Muskegon, seven months Muskegon County Jail, 18 months probation for controlled substance delivery less than 50 grams, $1,098 fees/costs, report to jail Oct. 27. In a separate case, seven months jail for third-degree fleeing police officer and second-offense marijuana possession, habitual second, $266 fees/costs. Jeriques Jamar Burse, 22, of Muskegon, 68 days jail , 18 months probation for resisting/obstructing police, habitual second, 66 days jail for second-offense marijuana possession, $1,166 fees/costs, case transferred to Judge Smedley and the Swift and Sure Program.

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