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Drone footage of the Kalamazoo River in downtown Saugatuck, MI. Courtesy of Paul Lehman

Local News

Saugatuck trims tree service budget

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Saugatuck trims tree service budget By Jim Hayden Correspondent The City of Saugatuck is changing the company that helps prune and remove trees to save $3,500. City council Monday unanimously approved using Axman Enterprise Inc. of Saugatuck for $7,800. Work includes tree removal at 152 Elizabeth St., 428 Grand St., 650 Spear St.; trimming at […]

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By Scott Sullivan Editor Flee to Fla. ‘Tis the season snowbirds fly to Florida, President Trump’s new home after claiming leaders in his native New York had treated him “very badly.” Take Gov. Andrew Cuomo. “Good riddance,” he said. “It’s not like @realDonaldTrump paid taxes here anyway.” The Orange Man is a perfect fit for […]

Life as performance art

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By Fr. G. Corwin Stoppel Most of us have foods we appreciate and others we do not. I grew up in southwest Minnesota on the frontier of the Lutefisk Ghetto. It’s an acquired taste: fillet of Norwegian cod, soaked in lye, dried in the open air until the consistency of shoe leather, packed and shipped […]

Sports

Peterson leads Blackhawks past Indians in season finale

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By Leo Martonosi Sports Correspondent Fennville quarterback Ben Peterson is only a freshman. But you wouldn’t know that by watching him play. Just ask Saugatuck coach Bill Dunn. “He’s a good one and he’s only going to get better and better,” Dunn said after Ben Peterson led the Blackhawks to a 24-21 victory in the […]

Opinion

Let’s back off the ugliness

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By Mike Wilcox Publisher Can’t we all just get along? I’ve been a keen watcher of political discourse since I was 10 years old and never have I experienced such a polarized nation. Beyond that are the positions taken by many from both sides of the aisle that if you don’t take their side, you […]

Blue Star

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Life as performance art

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