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

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aBy Scott Sullivan Editor Bug Acre Yum, yum … maggots? A Washington Post story stops shy of saying maggo-roni and cheese will soon be a diet staple for humans. But it already is for pets. Grubs are beetle, not fly, larvae, but no doubt Grubhub sells them. Birds and lizards love chowing down on maggots, […]

In defense of the old, white male

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By Mike Wilcox Publisher “Oh man, it’s kind of sick how much joy I get out of being cruel to old white men.” This was said by one of the new heroes of the alt-left movement, New York Times writer Sarah Jeong, who has written several pieces and tweets often about her hate of old […]

Implying basin near approval was wrong, group says

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By Scott Sullivan Editor The Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Alliance has called statements made in the Sept. 5 Commercial Record story “Corps, courts weigh in on basin plan” inaccurate and misleading. The story’s writer — me — addressed them to some extent in response to a letter by SDCA member Cynthia McKean published last week, Sept. […]

Sports

Indians avenge loss to Hopkins

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By Leo Martonosi Sports Correspondent HOLLAND—Saugatuck volleyball coach Sherri Austin would have been a tremendous cheerleader had she gone in that direction in high school or college. “Everyone always marvels by Sherri’s enthusiasm,” said Liz Wilson, longtime athletic secretary at Saugatuck. “She’s just a ball of fire.” That enthusiasm wasn’t quite enough to get the […]

Opinion

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By Scott Sullivan Editor Friends and Fiends Saugatuck Dunes State Park’s friendly white-tailed deer was at it again last week. During Morgan and Luke Mackley’s wedding at the nearby Felt Estate, he bounded a fence and began pulling roses from the bride’s bouquet. Nice photo op. The Ann Arbor residents said they’d heard of the […]

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