Grand Rapids Public Schools are closed Friday. School Officials said the sidewalks and streets are not clear enough for the children to safely go to school. GRPS leaders Thursday called on members of the community to shovel the walks, bus stop corners and just about anything snow covered so the kids could return to the classroom.
Grand Rapids Public Schools need help clearing snow from the sidewalks, bus stops and street corners so that students can safely get to school. District officials have called for a campaign this afternoon so the district can re-open its schools.
The weather is crazy. With of the intense snow storms lately that have plummeted much of the country into a deep freeze and to have the temperatures reach nine below zero in Juarez, Mexico , should we still worry about Global Warming?
Self-proclaimed planetary climate czar Al Gore thinks he has answer.
Elton John said in a Rolling Stone Magazine Interview that his former touring partner, Billy Joel, needs rehab.
In a statement released Wednesday, Joel says: "Elton is just being Elton." Source: Rolling Stone magazine
I'm trying hard not to think about driving home in the snow tonight. I don't want to even think about shoveling the driveway. So, for about 30 seconds I'm visualizing a family vacation to Hawaii. It might work. I've nothing to lose.
Punxsutawney Phil won't see his shadow tomorrow. Seven inches are forecast for the community Phil lives in. Despite the massive winter storm that's taking aim at West Michigan and much of the country, Phil's handlers say "the show will go on"
Not to sound the alarm, but research shows fans of the losing Super Bowl team are more likely to suffer a heart attack in the weeks following the game. Research shows that the emotional stress could trigger a disastrous response in some fans, who are already prone to heart disease.
The first ever WGRD Labatt Blue Pond Hockey Tournament was a smashing success. WGRD is our sister station. The tournament was the brain child of the River's Chuck LaTour, who spent the weekend at Reeds Lake cleaning and repairing the ice for the 40 teams that participated
Our sister Station, WGRD, is hosting the first ever Pond Hockey Tournament at Reeds Lake in East Grand Rapids. The River's morning man, Chuck LaTour, came up with the idea for the tournament. Chuck spent two weeks building the rinks
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