Fishes, color-in-art, just some of the ArtPrize offerings from Kentwood, Wyoming artists

Kentwood students create a wave of fishes while a Wyoming High School mentor hopes to encourage youth to use their voices in the year’s ArtPrize competition.

By:Joanne Bailey-Boorsma

Godwin Heights honors one of its own, Chris Pulliams, prior to home football game

Long-time Wyoming Godwin Heights teacher, administrator and coach was inducted into honored prior to home football game.

By:WKTV Staff

Meijer Gardens’ Rodin+ ArtPrize exhibit brings world of figurative sculpture to town

“Rodin and the Contemporary Figurative Tradition” includes several works by Rodin and the works of 17 contemporary figurative sculptors.

By:K.D. Norris

WKTV’s ‘VOICES: A Community history Project’ launches at ArtPrize Nine

Come learn more by visiting the VOICES mobile studio at ArtPrize Sept. 22 & 23 and Sept. 29-Oct. 1. Go to our website and reserve a time to tell YOUR story!

By:WKTV Staff

September 20, 2017

Adoptable pets from Humane Society of West Michigan: Bates and Olivia, Herrin and Nim

Bates and Olivia are looking for their forever homes!

By:Brooke Hotchkiss, Humane Society of West Michigan

September 20, 2017

Healthy Men Michigan: Caring for Men’s Mental Health

Healthy Men Michigan is offering a free webinar, Tackling Men’s Mental Fitness, by Eric Hipple on Monday, September 25 from 12-1 pm.

By:ACSET Community Action Agency

September 18, 2017

Local First organizes second annual Lakeshore Fork Fest at Coppercraft Distillery, Sept. 28

In addition to connecting the community to the people who feed it, Fork Fest is an annual fundraiser for the Local First Educational Foundation.

By:Mieke Stoub, LocalFirst

September 15, 2017

Kentwood gives summer a final hurrah with a food truck rally

This Saturday more than 30 food trucks – and one selling clothing – will converge in the parking lots of the Kentwood City Hall and the KDL Kentwood Branch for the End of Summer Food Truck Festival.

By:Joanne Bailey-Boorsma

September 15, 2017

School News Network: College? Careers? Where’s the gap?

We need more college graduates. We need more work-ready high school graduates. We, as educators, want clarity. Which is it?

By:Ron Koehler, School News Network