Metro Health Hospital Receives One of Health Care’sTop Environmental Awards

Metro Health Hospital Receives One of Health Care’sTop Environmental Awards Practice Greenhealth Recognizes Metro’s Leadership Role in Health Care Sustainability Wyoming, Michigan, May 15, 2015 – For the seventh year in a row, Metro Health Hospital has received the top environmental award from Practice Greenhealth for its leadership role in health care sustainability. Practice Greenhealth […]

Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp to host two youth ballets

This summer, the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp will again be welcoming two Ballet schools from Germany, as they tour the Midwest as part of the International Exchange Program from Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. The Ballettschule Feibicke from Berlin will be in our area from July 17-21, and the Dance Center #1 from Augsburg will be here […]

Ram girls romp to 18th consecutive regional track crown

Being a prohibitive favorite is not always an easy position to be put into entering an athletic event. But in the case of the girl’s track team from Rockford it is a comfortable fit at this point of their proud history. In the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 1 regional held at Houseman Field […]

It’s called Strikeout for Cancer. It’s a special name for a special tournament.

By John Raffel It’s called Strikeout for Cancer. It’s a special name for a special tournament. Game Day USA will be sponsoring a three-day tournament this Friday through Sunday, at the complex. Age divisions are 9U, 10U, 12U and 14U for softball and 8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U and 14U for baseball. Mike Moyzis […]

Pollinators, Plants, and Fishing at the Ikes’

While honeybees make wonderful honey, Mason Bees are many times more efficient at pollinating. Encouraging native bees like the Mason and Leaf-cutters is fun, fascinating, and a good way to ensure fruit crops. They nest in tubes or holes, rather than forming a large colony, and are considered to be quite gentle, almost never stinging. […]