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South Haven Rotary Announces Scholarships

The South Haven Rotary has announced the creation of four new scholarships for students at South Haven High School. Rotary President Mark Odland says the organization has supported education in the community for many years, and for

State Releases COVID-19 Totals For Monday

Michigan is reporting 135 additional cases of COVID-19 for Monday. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says that brings the state’s total to 57,532 since the start of the pandemic. There are 25 additional deaths

Governor Lifts Stay Home Order

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ended Michigan’s stay home order. The office of the governor has released the following statement: Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-110, rescinding her Safer at Home order and moving the entire

Governor Lifts Stay Home Order

From the Associated Press — Governor Gretchen Whitmer has lifted Michigan’s coronavirus stay-at-home order. Whitmer said Monday that restaurants can reopen to dine-in customers next week and she has eased limits on gatherings. Some businesses where close

Curfew In Place In Grand Rapids

Protests led to rioting and looting in multiple Michigan cities this weekend. 100 businesses were damaged and seven police cars set on fire in Grand Rapids. Windows were broken out of the Grand Rapids Art Museum. City

State COVID-19 Cases Rise By 607

COVID-19 cases in Michigan are up by 607 on Friday to a total of 56,621 with 34 new deaths as that figure has risen to 5,406. Southwest Michigan’s cases are up slightly. Berrien County has seven new

Tulip Time Needs $1M To Survive

Holland’s Tulip time Festival is in dire financial straits and needs to come up with $1 million in order to return in 2021. Executive director Gwen Auerda says they had to refund $400,000 in tickets after this

State Highlights Need For Foster Families

With the pandemic going on, the need for foster families in Michigan continues to exist. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services spokesperson Bob Wheaton tells WSJM News the state always has thousands of kids waiting for