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  • FULL TEXT: President Obama's State of the Union Address

    The following are the remarks of President Barack Obama, as prepared for delivery. Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Last month, I went to Andrews Air Force Base and welcomed home some of...
  • Leaders Band Together for 'One Wyoming'

    Leaders Band Together for 'One Wyoming'
    About 85 Wyoming religious and city leaders along with law enforcement representatives met Thursday on the campus of Grace Bible College to discuss a collaboration called "One Wyoming".  The goal is to join resources to tackle common issues ranging...
  • Volunteers From West Michigan To Help Hurricane Cleanup

    Volunteers From West Michigan To Help Hurricane Cleanup
    Disaster response volunteers planned to leave Byron Center and head for North Carolina to help cleanup from Hurricane Irene. Volunteers from the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, an arm of the Christian Reformed Church in North America based...
  • Chorus Counts Down to International Competition

    Chorus Counts Down to International Competition
    On October 9th at 4 p.m., The Choral-Aires Chorus, a Sweet Adelines International medaling chorus, invites community members to enjoy pure barbershop music in a show titled, "Blast off to Houston." The show features the Chorus and three Regional...
  • What next for Big 12, Big East teams?

    Short-term solution Jeff Otterbein Hartford Courant So much is still in flux in the ever-changing world of conference realignment. The Big East has already lost two teams, Syracuse and Pitt, to the ACC. Certainly Connecticut and Rutgers from the Big...
  • Back-to-School Party for Students with Special Needs

    Back-to-School Party for Students with Special Needs
    Students with special needs had a unique back-to-school party at Lincoln School in Grand Rapids Township, Thursday. Kings Table ministry and Knapp Reformed Church co-hosted the picnic.  It's a night that kids and parents enjoy, with special meaning...
  • City Life: 'Irvine 11' went too far but so did prosecutor

    At the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, there are signs scattered throughout the venue reading, "Patrons disrupting the performance for others will be subject to removal from the theater." Many other venues throughout the region offer similar warnings. Get...
  • Officers Honor Walker Police Officer Trevor Slot, Killed In Line of Duty

    Officers Honor Walker Police Officer Trevor Slot, Killed In Line of Duty
    A 24-hour visitation for law enforcement personnel who wish to pay their respects to the Walker police officer who was killed by two bank robbery suspects, began Tuesday at noon. Two officers in uniform guard the flag-draped casket as others walk by...
  • Body of Missing Jet Skier Recovered in Holland

    Body of Missing Jet Skier Recovered in Holland
    The body of 33-year-old Kevin Bruins was found at about 9:15 a.m. Tuesday morning in Holland. The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department found his body on some rocks on the north side of the pier in Lake Michigan directly in front of Holland State Park....
  • A Day of Tributes for Fallen Walker Police Officer Trevor Slot

    A Day of Tributes for Fallen Walker Police Officer Trevor Slot
    West Michigan bid its final farewell to a local hero on Friday.  Hundreds of police officers from all over Michigan laid fallen Walker Police Officer Trevor Slot to rest. Slot, 41, was killed on October 13th, when he was hit by fleeing bank robbers...
  • Hope College Mourns Student, Funeral Plans Announced

    Hope College Mourns Student, Funeral Plans Announced
    A Hope College student is dead after allegedly stepping in front of a train Monday night. 18-year-old Joshua P. Boerigter, also known as JP was a freshman, and third generation Hope college student.  Tuesday hundreds of faculty, staff, and students...