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COVID Numbers For Friday

Returning Michigan back to normal will depend on people getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s latest plan ties opens things based on vaccination percentages. The goal is to have 70% of people vaccinated. “Two weeks after

Effort Grows To Oppose Vaccine Passports

While state lawmakers consider a bill meant to ban digital vaccine passports from government entities, a rally was planned at the Michigan Capitol to support the potential legislation. Meanwhile, Jared Coseglia of Tru Staffing Partners, a consulting

Disk Golf Course Coming To South Haven

The South Haven Area Chamber of Commerce, the South Haven-Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the South Haven Area Recreation Authority are teaming up to build a community disc golf course. Chamber Director Kathy Wagaman

Police Looking For Missing Man

Michigan State Police are asking for the public’s help finding a Berrien County man who went missing on Thursday. They say 78-year-old Paul Roy was supposed to arrive for an appointment in the Baroda area at 9

Four Winds Casinos Holding Job Fair

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi’s Four Winds Casinos are planning a job fair for next month. The Pokagons say it will be at the Silver Creek Event Center inside Four Winds New Buffalo on Tuesday, May 4,

Governor Ties Reopening To Vaccination Rate

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has announced the MI Vacc to Normal plan to reopen Michigan as the COVID-19 vaccination program continues. Speaking Thursday, Whitmer said vaccines are the state’s best chance at putting the pandemic behind it. So

COVID Numbers For Thursday

Michigan Chief Medical Executive Joneigh Khaldun says the COVID-19 situation in the state has improved, but we still have a long way to go. Speaking Thursday, Dr. Khaldun said cases remain high, but some key metrics are