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  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 06/17/13

    Monday, June 17, 2013

    Today's headlines: State lawmaker weighs in on SCOTUS Arizona Voter ID Law ruling; the Northern Gateway idea in Holland has new life; the end doesn't necessarily justify the means in the NSA scandal, according to a Lakeshore Congressman; Mister Fister rules Minnesota with an Iron Grip; summerlike weather conditions in late Spring along the Lakeshore.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 06/14/13

    Friday, June 14, 2013

    Today's top headlines: Hope lands a major donor for a new musical arts building; a missionary returns home to bury his 10-year-old daughter; the Calder City could get the Calder Cup tonight; a sunny weekend somewhat for the Lakeshore.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 06/13/13

    Thursday, June 13, 2013

    Today's Headlines: An old idea was brought back before the Holland City Council last night; the scandal surrounding what is now being called “data mining” by the National Security Agency continues to grow; memories in more ways than one will flood back to the Holland Civic Center for the Wes Leonard Heart Team Laker Alumni Game tonight; Saugatuck’s loss is South Haven’s gain; the Whitecaps hope to salvage one in Midland against Great Lakes tonight; the sunshine makes the overnight storms along the Lakeshore a distant memory.

  • On First Gavel, the NSA & Edward Snowden: Bill Huizenga

    Thursday, June 13, 2013

    Gary Stevens chats with US House Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-Zeeland) about his first sub-committee meeting chairmanship, the NSA "data mining" scandal, and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden during their weekly conversation on June 13, 2013.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 06/12/13

    Wednesday, June 12, 2013

    Today's Headlines: Work is underway to repair a new problem which has popped up at the troubled Palisades nuclear power plant in Covert; a dispute between the Holland BPW and one of the communities it serves could lead to a change of a power provider for that community; Bridge Card reform legislation is now law in Michigan after Governor Snyder signed a two-bill package yesterday; the roller coasters aren’t all at Cedar Point or Michigan’s Adventure; TEA Partiers in Michigan have stoked the fires of controversy surrounding Medicaid expansion in Michigan; the Tigers and Whitecaps share the WHTC spotlight today; clouds & rain now, but sun later along the Lakeshore.

  • One Side of the Story: BPW v. Laketown Twp with Dave Koster

    Tuesday, June 11, 2013

    Gary Stevens chats with Holland BPW GM Dave Koster on June 11, 2013, the morning after the Holland BPW Board gave Laketown Township until July 31 to agree to a new 30-year electrical franchise agreement or lose the municipal utility power service for about 600 residents.

  • One Side of the Story: BPW v. Laketown Twp with Al Meshkin

    Tuesday, June 11, 2013

    Gary Stevens chats with Laketown Township Manager Al Meshkin on June 11, 2013, the morning after the Holland BPW Board gave the township until July 31 to agree to a new 30-year electrical franchise agreement or lose the municipal utility power service for about 600 residents.

  • Project Clarity: Restoring Lake Macatawa & Macatawa River

    Tuesday, June 11, 2013

    Remarks by Co-Chair Jim Brooks and Macatawa Greenway Outdoor Discovery Center Executive Director Travis Williams on "Project Clarity: Restoring the Macatawa Watershed" Comprehensive Restoration Plan, made before the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce on June 11, 2013.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 06/10/13

    Monday, June 10, 2013

    Today's Headlines: The pain at the pump is being replaced by the pain of congestion for Lakeshore motorists; in the midst of the legislative debate over funding 1.2 billion dollars in road repairs for Michigan comes another log into that fire; with transportation leaders in Holland talking about a four-year wish list for Lakeshore roads, lawmakers in Lansing are haggling over how to fund 1.2 billion dollars in needed statewide road repairs that Governor Snyder pinpointed in his budget proposal from February; Congress is meandering through budget work in a pattern reminiscent to some of how the state Legislature worked prior to the Snyder Administration assuming power in 2011; the Tigers hope to translate their home winning ways onto the road tonight in KC; the gloomy Monday will blossom into a terrific Tuesday along the Lakeshore, according to the weather watchers.