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Total population of residents247
White resident population recorded206
Black or African American resident population recorded3
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded5
Asian resident population recorded1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded0
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded44
Resident population of some other race recorded16
Resident population of two or more races recorded16
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Three suspects charged in connection with breaking and entering of Oceana County farm
Three suspects have been charged in connection with a January breaking and entering at Slocum Bros. Farms. OCEANA COUNTY, MI -- Three suspects have been charged in connection with a January breaking and entering at Slocum Bros. Farms.Michael William Dale SteffesSeveral chain saws, a concrete saw, several car stereos, three CB radios, multiple hand tools and other items were taken from the locked farm headquarters at 1625 N. 136th Ave. in Elbridge Township, according to a press release from the Oceana County Sheriff's Office. The break-in was reported on Jan. 6.Subsequent investigation led to the arrests of three suspects who were charged with felonies by the Oceana County prosecutor.According to the sheriff's office, the three individuals are:Dustin Jarrod KokxDustin Jarrod Kokx, 19, of Hesperia was charged with breaking and entering and receiving and concealing stolen property. Kokx was arrested on Thursday after he was found hiding in his home. He remained in the Oceana County Jail Friday on a $7,500 bond.Mitchell Sydney FullerMichael William Dale Steffes, 24, of Walkerville was charged with breaking and entering, receiving and concealing stolen property and second offense habitual offender. Steffes was arrested Thursday afternoon turning himself in. He remained lodged at the Oceana County Jail Friday on a $10,000 bond.Mitchell Sydney Fuller, 24, of Elbridge Township was charged with breaking and entering, receiving and concealing stolen property and second offense habitual offender. He was arrested on Feb. 1 at his home. He bonded out of jail with 10 percent of a $10,000 bond.Lynn Moore is a reporter for MLive Muskegon Chronicle. Email her at lmoore8@mlive.com and follow her on Twitter and Facebook.
Happening February 23 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2014/02/three_suspects_charged_in_conn.html

'Roughly 100 registered voters' in Walkerville to decide financing for backhoe
A small town's small-time purchase of a backhoe will be decided by a public vote in the Tuesday, Feb. 25 election. WALKERVILLE, MI – A small town’s small-time purchase of a backhoe will be decided by a public vote in the Tuesday, Feb. 25 election. The Village of Walkerville in the Northeast corner of Oceana County has about 250 residents, said Village President Jerry Frick. “There’s roughly 100 registered voters,” he said.The village wants to buy a backhoe. It already has more than half the money it needs for the project from a $33,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Frick said. The rest of the money would come from a bond -- about $27,000 of debt, no more than $30,000 -- that would be paid for gradually out the village’s general fund and guaranteed by the village’s taxes. The village’s tax rate wouldn’t increase, Frick said. “We’re just financing a piece of equipment.” The matter wouldn’t have even reached the ballot if a village resident hadn’t gathered signatures on a petition during December 2013. “The guy had a right to do it, so he did it,” said Frick, who declined to give the name of the man who circulated the petition.Frick said the new backhoe would be used for routine work at the village’s cemetery, park, sewer system, snow removal and street sweeping. “It’ll be used for everything,” he said. The village’s current backhoe is 30 years old and in sore need of replacement, he added. The backhoe financing is Oceana County’s only ballot item besides a Muskegon Area Intermediate School District Millage proposal that affects a small part of Oceana County.Frick said the voting will be held at the Leavitt Township Hall, 8978 E. Harrison Rd. According to Michigan law, the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Qualified voters standing in line at 8 p.m. will be permitted to vote. Stephen Kloosterman covers local government, employment and the outdoors for MLive Muskegon Chronicle. Email him at sklooste@mlive.com or follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Happening February 23 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2014/02/roughly_100_registered_voters.html

Walkerville Area Fire & Rescue gets $160,000 federal grant
The competitive grant is from the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. WALKERVILLE, MI – Walkerville Area Fire & Rescue has been awarded a federal grant of $159,899 to recruit and hire emergency personnel.The competitive grant is from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. U.S. Senators Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow announced the award Wednesday, Feb. 5.Walkerville village officials could not immediately be reached for comment about the grant Wednesday afternoon.The Assistance to Firefighters Grant program allows fire departments across the country to compete for federal grant money in several categories. Walkerville’s award is from the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response program, which is meant to help fire departments have the firefighters they need to maintain 24-hour staffing.“Firefighters stand ready every day to respond to fires and other emergencies,” Levin said a news release. “This grant will help Walkerville Fire & Rescue recruit and hire more first responders so they can meet their responsibility of protecting lives and property in their community.” 'Across Michigan, our firefighters provide courageous service to communities like Walkerville,' Stabenow said in the news release. 'This grant will help the Walkerville Area Fire & Rescue department recruit and retain first responders to protect the public.”On Jan. 29, Levin and Stabenow announced that the Muskegon Heights Fire Department was getting $995,000 from the same grant program, enabling the city to hire eight firefighters for two years. John S. Hausman covers courts, prisons, the environment and local government for MLive/Muskegon Chronicle. Email him at jhausman@mlive.com  and follow him on Twitter.
Happening February 07 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2014/02/walkerville_area_fire_rescue_g.html

See who will be interviewed to become the next Jackson Public Schools superintendent
The candidates include three current superintendents and two persons with former Jackson County schools experience. JACKSON, MI – Three current Michigan superintendents are among the candidates who will be interviewed in Jackson Public Schools’ search for a new leader.At a special meeting Monday, Dec. 16, the Jackson School Board picked Brooke Ballee-Stone, Jeffrey Beal, Kyle Hamlin, Thomas Langdon, Charles Muncatchy and Robyne Thompson for interviews that will take place Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 8-9.Beal and Hamlin are Jackson High School graduates, while Ballee-Stone is a Parkside High School graduate. Hamlin and Muncatchy also have worked in Jackson County schools.RELATED STORY: Six candidates to be interviewed for chance at becoming Jackson Public Schools' next superintendentAll interviews are open to the public and will take place in the Jackson High School library, 544 Wildwood Ave.Here’s a closer look at the candidates, including their interview times.• Beal has been superintendent of Vestaburg Community Schools in Montcalm County since 2011. He served as interim superintendent for nine months prior to this appointment. Beal also has previous administrative experience in the Remus Chippewa Hills School District. His interview is 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8.• Langdon has been superintendent of Sturgis Public Schools since 2011. Prior to that, he served as superintendent of Big Rapids Public Schools for seven years and of Walkerville Public Schools in Oceana County for four years. His interview is 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8.• Hamlin has been superintendent of Lakeview Community Schools in Montcalm County since 2011, but locally he may be remembered as becoming an assistant principal at Western Middle School in 2004. Hamlin also was an assistant principal in Hillsdale Community Schools before going to Western. His interview is 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8.• Muncatchy works as an educational consultant. He is a former superintendent of Mount Clemens Community Schools and former educational entrepreneur at Detroit’s Jalen Rose Leadership Academy charter school. He has Jackson County ties, having served as Napoleon Middle School principal early in his career. He also was superintendent of Groton Public Schools in Connecticut from 1998-2001, West Ottawa Public Schools from 1987-98 and Memphis Community Schools in Michigan from 1983-87. His interview is 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9.• Thompson is the executive director for secondary education in Ann Arbor Public Schools. She has previous administrative experience in Utica Community Schools. Her interview is 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9.• Ballee-Stone is the director of curriculum and instructional technology for Eaton Rapids Public Schools. She has previous administrative experience in Van Buren Public Schools, Delton-Kellogg Schools, Orchard View Public Schools and Mount Pleasant Public Schools. Her interview is 8:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9.A new superintendent is expected to be picked by the end of January. He or she will take over when current Superintendent Dan Evans retires in June 2014.
Happening December 17 2013 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/index.ssf/2013/12/see_who_will_be_interviewed_to.html

Five things to know about Muskegon-area elections
Some things to know. Five things to know about the Tuesday, Nov. 5, Muskegon-area elections:1.) Most millage proposals passed, with one very big exception.Muskegon County voters approved a bond proposal to improve Muskegon Community College facilities. Voters in Egelston and Blue Lake Township renewed fire millages, and in Egelston’s case a streetlight renewal and increase.In Oceana County, two Walkerville school proposals passed, one a bond proposal to buy new school buses, the other an operating renewal.In Ottawa County, Grand Haven city voters passed a $7.185 million bond issue for infrastructure improvement, while Ferrysburg voters approved a millage to extend bike paths. But the biggest bond proposal of the day -- Spring Lake Public Schools’ $59.8 million request to build a new elementary school and high school athletics complex, as well as upgrade other schools -- was narrowly defeated by voters. That one lost by 89 votes, 1,806 yes to 1,895 no, according to unofficial returns.2.) One of the voter-approved bond issues will have a significant impact on just about every resident in Muskegon County: Muskegon Community College’s $23.7 million, five-year bond proposal to improve college facilities. According to unofficial results, voters approved by a margin of 8,836 to 6,629.That will have an impact on every Muskegon County property-owner’s property taxes, raising them an average of 0.33 mill for 25 years. It will have an effect on MCC students, construction companies and area businesses that benefit from the college’s programs. The bond issue will result in improvements to science facilities, the gymnasium and health building, arts facilities and most likely applied technologies -- also known as industrial training -- programs.3.) Voter turnout was low, with a Muskegon County average of about 11 percent of registered voters going to the polls. Unofficial results, with absentee ballots from a few precincts not yet included in the turnout total, showed 13,835 votes cast out of a total of more than 129,000 registered voters in Muskegon County.The turnout was higher in certain areas, nearing 20 percent in Egelston Township’s Precinct One, where fire and streetlight millages were on the ballot, and in the city of Montague, where four candidates competed for mayor. One precinct – the city of Muskegon’s Precinct 14 on the far west side – showed turnout of about 28 percent, with an unofficial total of 360 votes cast out of 1,267 registered voters.4.) Write-in candidates were a factor in two Muskegon County cities, but neither managed to win, according to preliminary reports.In Muskegon Heights, incumbent City Council member Willie Watson mounted a write-in campaign to retain his seat. The write-in ballots haven’t been formally counted yet, but preliminary reports showed only 114 voters had written to write in any name, too few to make the election cut.In North Muskegon, Debora Douglas mounted a write-in challenge to Mayor Chris Witham, but preliminary results indicated a win for Witham, with not enough total write-in votes cast to exceed the mayor's total.5.) It was a smooth night for election clerks in Muskegon County. No major problems were reported with vote-counting or spoiled ballots, according to Muskegon County Elections Coordinator Kimberly Grimm. John S. Hausman covers courts, prisons, the environment and local government for MLive/Muskegon Chronicle. Email him at jhausman@mlive.com  and follow him on Twitter.
Happening November 06 2013 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2013/11/five_things_to_know_about_musk_1.html

Muskegon-area election recap: Read how the biggest votes turned out
We've pulled together in one place links to all of the stories MLive Muskegon Chronicle reporters wrote election night regarding the contested races in the Muskegon area. MUSKEGON, MI – Anecdotal evidence suggests turnout at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 5 was low. A touch of rain and a lack of many county-wide proposals could have played a role in that. But many important issues were decided -- and quite a few candidates were elected -- by those few that did make the effort to turn out and vote.We’ve pulled together in one place links to all of the stories MLive Muskegon Chronicle reporters wrote election night. We’ve cataloged them by area, with cities and township ballot items listed by county. Read below to see what was decided in your area on Tuesday. MUSKEGON COUNTYMuskegon Community College officials celebrate voter approval of bond proposalBLUE LAKE TOWNSHIP - Egelston, Blue Lake townships renew millages by wide marginsEGELSTON TOWNSHIP - Egelston, Blue Lake townships renew millages by wide marginsMONTAGUE - Montague mayor's race: A. James Neubauer winsMUSKEGON CITY -Muskegon mayor's race: Steve Gawron wins against challenger Zawdie AbiadeMuskegon's commission race: Ken Johnson, Dan Rinsema-Sybenga bring new leadershipMUSKEGON HEIGHTS - Muskegon Heights election: Jenkins, McDonald, McGlothin outlast write-in incumbentNORTH MUSKEGON - North Muskegon elections: Mogren, Koens to city council; Witham likely stays mayorNORTON SHORES - Norton Shores elections: four incumbents, newcomer William Moulatsiotis win seatsWHITEHALL -City council race: Whitehall elects four to city council: Cabala, Holmstrom, Sikkenga, WhalenProposal to eliminate term limits: Whitehall election: voters decide to keep term limits for city councilNEWAYGO COUNTYNewaygo County results for contested racesHESPERIA - Hesperia school board recall election results in one ousted and one retainedOCEANA COUNTYHESPERIA - Hesperia school board recall election results in one ousted and one retainedWALKERVILLE – Pair of Walkerville Public School proposals passOTTAWA COUNTYFERRYSBURG - Ferrysburg elections: residents vote 'yes' on bike path millageGRAND HAVEN -City council: Grand Haven city elections: voters select incumbents for council seatsImprovement bond proposal: Grand Haven elections: voters pass $7.185 million project bond proposalSPRING LAKE - Spring Lake Public Schools $59.8 million bond proposal narrowly rejected by voters Stephen Kloosterman covers local government, employment and the outdoors for MLive Muskegon Chronicle. Email him at sklooste@mlive.com or follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Happening November 06 2013 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2013/11/election_2013_read_how_the_mus.html

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