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  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 05/16/13

    Thursday, May 16, 2013

    Today's Headlines: Public backlash to an agreement between the Holland Historic Lighthouse Commission, the Macatawa Park Cottagers Association, Van Andel Enterprises and the developers of the Point West One project may force a change in public access to the Big Red Lighthouse; the Saugatuck Planning Commission meets tonight to consider a development proposal for the Presbyterian Camp site; Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Tea Party leaders are demanding a further probe into the IRS scandal about alleged targeting of conservative groups for audits; although it’s been two years since a no vote by five of nine City Council members kept the addition of sexual preference and gender identity out of Holland’s anti-discrimination ordinance, the issue apparently hasn’t gone away; the Tigers hit the road again tonight; the delightful spring weather continues for at least one more day.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 05/14/13

    Tuesday, May 14, 2013

    Today's Headlines: The deadline for candidate filings is today, and there will be some contested races in Holland this fall; the fallout from the latest Palisades shutdown continues; a new education-business initiative has been unveiled for the Lakeshore; the Tigers look to continue their mastery of the Astros tonight; the last vestiges of winter has been shaken off along the Lakeshore.

  • Connections: MWCCC Early Bird Breakfast May 14

    Tuesday, May 14, 2013

    Ottawa Area Intermediate School District Superintendent Karen McPhee, Haworth CEO Franco Bianchi and Herman Miller CEO Brian Walker addressed the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce's Early Bird Breakfast at the Haworth Inn in Holland on May 14, 2013, discussing the "Connections" educational initiative aimed at improving learning among Lakeshore students.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 05/13/13

    Monday, May 13, 2013

    Today's Headlines: The 84th Tulip Time Festival is now history; local agricultural officials were hoping that this morning’s freeze warning for the Lakeshore and much of southern Michigan won’t have an adverse effect on crops, especially apples; what to do next is on the agenda for the West Michigan Airport Authority Board during its monthly meeting at the Park Township Offices; Congressman Fred Upton of St. Joseph will accompany Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner Kristine Svinicki in a tour of the Palisades plant near Covert this afternoon; the Tigers look to bounce back from a tough weekend versus Cleveland when they host Houston tonight; the Lakeshore is basking in sunshine two days too late.

  • Mission or Junket? Arlan Meekhof May 13

    Monday, May 13, 2013

    Gary Stevens chats on May 13, 2013 with State Senator Arlan Meekhof (R-West Olive) about the series of economic "missions" (by supporters) or "junkets" (by opponents) taken recently by the Snyder Administration. Senator Meekhof was among a group led by Lt. Governor Brian Calley that went to the Netherlands last month.

  • Tulip Time Update: Gwen Auwerda May 10

    Friday, May 10, 2013

    Gary Stevens chatted with Tulip Time Festival Executive Director Gwen Auwerda on the morning of May 10, 2013 with an update on the festival, ahead of the Kenny Rogers concert.