By Daniel Pepper Staff Writer State authorities have suspended the license of a Glenn doctor for violations including doing liposuction in an unfinished pole barn. Bradley Bastow, who owned and operated the Body Laser Sculpting Medical Spa at 6990 114th Ave., has been accused by the Michigan Department of Licensing And Regulatory Affairs for a […]
The Saugatuck High School Marching Band continued performing through the duration of the school year entertaining listeners at the Holland Tulip Time Volksparade May 10 in Holland. This photo was taken from Twisthink office/studios downtown on Eighth Street.
The Saugatuck Scholarship Foundation celebrated its 33rd annual awards ceremony May 9, presenting $21,800 in donor stipends to Saugatuck High School Class of 2017 members. The $2,000 Dr. John Clinger Scholarship was awarded to Lena Burdick, with renewals that can increase the third and fourth years for a total scholarship of $11,000. Brenda Bekins received […]
By Jason Wesseldyk Sports Editor GOBLES—The Little Guys Invitational at Gobles turned out to be quite the record-setting event for the Saugatuck track program. The Indians set three new school records en route to winning both the boys’ and the girls’ championships. The Saugatuck girls, who accounted for two of the school records, finished with […]
By Mike Wilcox Publisher Commencement exercises for young men and women across the nation begin this week. It is a time for those earning their degrees from a college to graduate to adulthood and all the responsibilities associated with family and employment. For those graduating from high school, it is time to move forward on […]