Muskegon


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Mus·ke·gon

 (mŭ-skē′gən)
A city of southwest Michigan west-northwest of Grand Rapids at the mouth of the Muskegon River, which flows about 370 km (230 mi) from west-central Michigan southwest to Lake Michigan. The city grew as a lumbering center in the 1800s.
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History lovers are sure to enjoy exploring the Muskegon Heritage Museum's 10,000 square feet of historical artifacts and exhibits.
Organized by the Muskegon Museum of Art, this exhibition will be one of the largest and most comprehensive surveys ever organized of EdwardS.
Muskegon Castings (Muskegon, Michigan) is operating after a March fire.
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Their research suggests that while many of the surrounding areas have seen the available stock of investment properties dry up, property values increase, and rental rates soar, Muskegon has yet to follow suit.
private physician group practice based in Muskegon, Michigan, the company said.
Public hunts leave us feeling satisfied, so this fall we're hoping to find time for a road trip to Michigan for a Muskegon County wastewater hunt.
A Kent City man faces felony charges for allegedly mixing hazardous waste into wastewater he dumped at the Muskegon County Wastewater Management System.
Michigan, USA, Dhu-AlQa'dah 17, 1434, Sep 23, 2013, SPA -- Gunfire outside an Elks Charity Lodge in Muskegon, Michigan, early Sunday left three people dead and four wounded, police said, according to UPI.
was arrested in January on accusations he videotaped Muskegon Community College wrestlers in the shower.
Today, many of the pine stands they planted in Muskegon County have suffered from insects and disease, and Michigan's forests need our help once more.
Bryan Pijanowski of the Purdue University used a model to simulate Michigan's Muskegon River watershed runoff rates from 1900 through the present and forecast them 30 years into the future.