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Total population of residents16,538
White resident population recorded15,878
Black or African American resident population recorded126
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded44
Asian resident population recorded143
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded2
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded416
Resident population of some other race recorded100
Resident population of two or more races recorded245
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Endangered Runaway: AUSTIN WESTMAAS (MI)
AUSTIN WESTMAAS, Age Now: 14, Missing: 10/10/2013. Missing From JENISON, MI. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Ottawa County Sheriff's Office (Michigan) 1-800-249-0911.
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Grandville latest school district to alter calendar for snow day makeup
Grandville Public Schools is the latest West Michigan school district to alter its school calendar to make up for snow days. GRANDVILLE, MI -- As Grandville students start off their weeklong spring break on Friday, April 4, plans call for snow day makeup to shorten their Memorial Day weekend break. Grandville Public Schools Superintendent Ron Caniff sent a letter to parents on March 28 stating that the scheduled four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend will now be a three-day weekend. Due to this year’s drastically cold and snowy weather, the district has had seven school closures – one day over the state’s six-date threshold. Instead of adding time at the end of the school year to make up one day, administrators have made Friday, May 23, a full day of school. Since the last day of school for Grandville students is Friday, June 6, administrators were concerned with low attendance if the one-day makeup was held on Monday, June 9. “The last day of school is only a half-day of instruction, so we are concerned that attendance may be light on that particular day of school if we were to proceed with that plan, thereby negating the purpose of making the day up in the first place,” Caniff stated in the letter, which is also posted on the district’s website and Facebook page. School officials reached out to parents about the schedule change so they can make adjustments to their Memorial Day plans, if necessary. If plans cannot be changed, Caniff urged parents to talk to their school principals. “Please be assured that we will be as accommodating as possible if this change in schedule creates a hardship with family plans that you previously established for that day,” he said. Since being posted on the Grandville Public School’s Facebook page, comments about the schedule change have remained positive. Bridgett Jenison states, “Nice call,” while Keith Moored joked: “Maybe it will snow on the 23rd.” Amy Furman asked how the change will affect the scheduled last day for high school seniors on Thursday, May 22. Grandville Public Schools relayed a message from Caniff stating: 'Nothing changes for seniors. Last day for seniors is May 22 and the senior assembly remains May 22.” In an unusually harsh winter that has forced school districts to call off classes due to heavy snowfall and extreme cold - in some instances for an entire week - some West Michigan school districts are grappling with how to make up those extra days. Related: Schools cancel mid-winter break, add days into summer to makeup for bad weather Grandville is the latest West Michigan school district to alter its school calendar to make up that lost class time. In mid-March, Forest Hills Public Schools canceled their scheduled two-hour delay on April 14 – the first day back to school following spring break – making it a full day of school. Forest Hills has had eight weather-related closures this school year – two days more than the state’s six-day cancellation allowance. However, the district does not yet have to make up any cancellations at this point, as its original school calendar had built-in class time that exceeds the state minimums for both days and hours. “Given the chance for additional delays or closures due to fog, snow, power outages and so forth, we want to preserve as much time for instruction as possible,” Forest Hills Superintendent Dan Behm said in a letter to parents. Hamilton Community Schools Superintendent Dave Tebo scrapped a mid-winter break day in February and added a full day of instruction to make up for their snow days. Kyle Moroney covers suburban schools and general assignments for MLive/Grand Rapids Press. Email her at or follow her on Twitter or Facebook
Happening April 04 2014 - Source:

No other jail officers involved in marijuana case: Kent County Sheriff Larry Stelma
Four additional officers were placed on administrative leave but cleared after negative drug tests. Mike FrederickCourtesy Photo  KENT COUNTY, MI – After the arrests of three corrections officers and a sergeant on drug charges, Kent County Sheriff Larry Stelma says an internal investigation has confirmed no other department employees are involved. Stelma said on Tuesday, March 25, that four other deputies were placed on administrative leave with pay until they were cleared by drug tests. Those four, who were not identified, were cleared of criminal wrongdoing and have returned to duty. Related: Kent County Sheriff: 4 corrections officers accused in marijuana butter operation 'should have known better' Related: Three of four busted Kent County corrections officers are medical marijuana patients Tim BernhardtCourtesy Photo  The sheriff’s department has “conducted a comprehensive internal investigation” involving interviews with many employees in response to the arrests last week, Stelma said. Todd VanDoorneCourtesy  “The internal investigation concludes, as did the criminal investigation, that the four original officers were operating alone and no other officers were involved in the criminal activity,” Stelma said in a statement. Brian TennantCourtesy Photo  Corrections officers Timothy Bernhardt, 48, of Rockford, Michael Frederick, 43, of Jenison, Todd VanDoorne, 48, of Ada Township, and Brian Tennant, 45, of Wyoming are facing drugs charges. All but Tennant have medical marijuana cards. Tennant’s wife, Christine Tennant, also has a marijuana card and she is not facing charges. The group was arrested after U.S. Postal Service workers told police about an intercepted package of marijuana. Police used a search warrant at the Belmont home of Timothy and Alyssa Scherzer, who acted as medical marijuana caregivers. Police then interviewed the corrections officers. Timothy Scherzer, 47, told police that he puts marijuana butter into 2-pound containers and provides it to patients. Marijuana and butter are heated on a stove before the plant material is strained out. He and his 42-year-old wife face multiple charges for allegedly supplying the marijuana butter. John Agar covers crime for MLive/Grand Rapids Press E-mail John Agar: and follow him on Twitter at
Happening March 25 2014 - Source:

Police: Byron Center man, 76, killed in Macomb County crash
Dick Allen Versendaal, 76, was identified as one of two victims in a fatal crash Thursday afternoon north of Romeo. Michigan State File Photo  MACOMB COUNTY, MI -- A West Michigan man was among two people killed in a Macomb County crash on Thursday, state police said. Dick Allen Versendaal, 76, of Byron Center, was driving a GMC Traverse that collided head-on with a Chevrolet Silverado driven by 57-year-old Wendy Ann Knight-Goboly, of Leonard, police said. Both drivers died in the 3:25 p.m. crash north of Romeo. Police said Versendaal was traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of Van Dyke Avenue, near Bordman Road, when his vehicle collided with Knight-Goboly's northbound Silverado. A 3-year-old Dryden boy riding in the Silverado suffered serious injuries. Another passenger, a 33-year-old Dryden woman, may have been injured. A 44-year-old Imlay City woman who was driving northbound behind the Silverado was involved in the crash but her injuries were unclear, police said. Police do not believe alcohol was a factor. The crash remains under investigation. Versendaal was a chiropractor in Jenison. Angie Jackson covers public safety and breaking news for MLive/The Grand Rapids Press. Email her at, and follow her on Twitter.
Happening February 28 2014 - Source:

Tax proposal could come to Georgetown Township voters: What would you support?
Township leaders are seeking public input via phone, email, letters, Facebook and at two upcoming open houses. Watch video GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, MI – After scuttling a plan for a new government office building, Georgetown Township Board now is going back to the drawing board by holding a pair of open houses to take public input on what to do with the vacant land at the corner of Baldwin and Main streets in Jenison.   Georgetown leaders also want feedback on what to do with other public buildings: Is now the time to expand the 25-year-old township library? Could the existing 16-year-old government office building – which is plenty big for the 20 employees who work there - be remodeled into a senior center? Depending on what residents want, township leaders might put a millage proposal on the November ballot. The board has scheduled open houses 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, and 6:30-7:30 p.m. Monday, April 14, at the existing township meeting room, 1515 Baldwin St. Residents also are encouraged to call, email, write letters or post their ideas on the township’s Facebook page. RELATED: • $8.1 million municipal complex 'isn't right in Jenison,' but what is? • Georgetown Township mulls library expansion options at public forum • Board moves quickly on new Georgetown Township senior center site Some of the comments being shared on Facebook: “Why isnt (sic) our main focus getting business and restraunts (sic) in Jenison?? Why are we putting money in the library? With how todays (sic) technology is growing, I see librarys (sic) being something of the past. Why are we paying for the seniors to have a new senior center. You seem very anxious to spend our tax money.....” “Attracting new business to the area needs to be the primary focus of your attention! Why the continued focus on something that only a minority of the residents feel is important?” Matt Vande Bunte covers government for MLive/Grand Rapids Press. Email him at or follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
Happening February 28 2014 - Source:

Obituaries today: William DeWitt, former principal, teacher, coach at Grandville High School
Today's obituaries William DeWitt  William J. DeWitt, 98, died from pneumonia Feb. 15, 2014, in Jenison. DeWitt was a teacher, coach and principal at Grandville High School. He retired in 1977. He also was very active in his church and community. DeWitt was preceded in death by his infant brothers, John and James, his wife, Muriel, and son, Thomas. Surviving are daughter and son-in-law, Kathryn and Matthew Collins of Ypsilanti, and many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 1, at 1:30 p.m. at the Cook Funeral Home (east building, corner of Chicago Dr. and Division), 4235 Prairie SW, Grandville. Relatives and friends may meet Bill's family March 1 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. • Visit the main obituary page • Read the full obituary for William DeWitt • View guest book for William DeWitt • Read today's obituaries from The Grand Rapids Press Sue Thoms covers health care for MLive/The Grand Rapids Press. Email her at or follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Google+.
Happening February 25 2014 - Source:

1:14-cv-00130 Morren v. Jenison Public Schools
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Happening February 11 2014 - Source:

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