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Gun Lake Casino hotel construction continues

The latest expansion project at the Gun Lake Casino site at the Bradley exit of the U.S.-131 expressway continues and officials say it should completed by next spring. The $300 million expansion features a 15-story hotel, restaurant, spa, fitness center and “aquadome,.” Gun Lake Casino chief executive officer Sal Semola is hinting that there will […]

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Gas Station is Wayland’s 4th marijuana dispensary

Jarred Biggs and Dennis Weiss, both of Middleville, have opened Wayland’s fourth marijuana dispensary, at 1124 West Superior St. Biggs said he wants to take advantage of the population and economic growth in the region between Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo. He said he believes the Gun Lake Casino’s recent announcement of expansion plans will create

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Burglary of SUV, Ryobi tools, bicycle reported in city

A resident of the city of Wayland has reported that her home was burglarized Saturday morning. She posted on Facebook, “Sometime between midnight and 5 a.m. this morning, someone stole my son and daughter-in-law’s 2014 silver Ford Escape, a bunch of Ryobi tools and my bright green Trek bicycle! If anyone saw anything between those

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Martin’s Outstanding People for Education selected

The latest Martin schools’ members of the Outstanding People for Education in partnership with the Allegan Area Educational Services Agency have been announced.. The ceremony was held May 15 at Plainwell High School. The Martin selections are (from left) Rob Robrahn (Elementary/MS teacher), Melissa Anderson (Elementary teacher), and Art Shook (former school board president and

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City Manager Josh Eggleston finalist at Saugatuck

Wayland City manager Joshua Eggleston is one of four finalists for the city manager’s job at at Saugatuck. After the controversial departure of City Manager Ryan Heise, Mayor Lauren Stanton said Saugatuck has narrowed down its search for a replacement to four candidates. •The final four include: • Eggleston, city manager of Wayland for six

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Mi Guadalajara restaurant is changing its name

Mi Guadalajara, Wayland’s newest Mexican restaurant, is changing its name, but not its ownership or operation. The owners, part of the Bernal family’s chain of Mexican restaurants, has changed its name in order to obtain a liquor license from the State of Michigan. The new name is Don Pocho. Owners announced on Facebook, “We are

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Wayland’s O-K Gold Scholar Athletes announced

Wayland High School’s representatives on the O-K Conference Scholar Athletes program have earned a 3.5 grade point average or higher, participated in at least four athletic seasons, and received at least one varsity letter. (Front row, from left) Dawson Wolowicz, Austin Graham, MeKenton Wilson, Brady Cassini, Austin Bouma, Colbey Jones, Lucas Varnagatas, Ty Langley, Chase

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